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Complete DNA sequences (genomes) and associated data are being made available worldwide at an astonishing rate. Through computer analysis of such data, molecular biologists hope to gain an overall understanding of the genome, such as by predicting large-scale gene networks. However, this is difficult because diverse genome data are scattered across many highly heterogeneous databases, and because existing database systems lack the facilities to expose and analyze functional relationships amongdoi:10.11234/gi1990.10.176 fatcat:nw4h4jgv5fcspjdvp2epg7thqu