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Question - Is there a sister site of stackoverflow in the realm of Bio-Informatics? Some thing like mathoverflow and semanticoverflow which already exist. Is there a site which deals with gene sequencing/gene finding and algorithms involved in Bio-Informatics?

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closed as off topic by Ladybug Killer, Troggy, fretje, Ivo Flipse Jan 15 '10 at 10:53

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1 - Take a look at this list

2 - It doesn't look like there's one

3 - ??

4 - Profit !

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