North Bethesda, Maryland
February 12-15, 2006
This is the first Genomics:GTL workshop for principal investigators since the release of Genomics:GTL Roadmap: Systems Biology for Energy and Environment in October 2005 (genomicscience.energy.gov). Abstracts and posters for this workshop are organized around the GTL goal and milestones shown below and in the roadmap on pp. 42–55. Many of the research projects are essentially pilots or proof-of-principle studies for systems biology, technology and methods development, computing, and facilities.
Most computing abstracts, instead of comprising a separate category, are associated with appropriate experimental topics. Overarching computing infrastructure and education abstracts are under Milestone 3, GTL Computational Biology Environment.
Abstracts of the Metabolic Engineering Working Group (MEWG), an interagency approach to understanding and using metabolic processes, are identified as such and intermixed with GTL abstracts in relevant program categories.
Achieve a predictive, systems-level understanding of biological systems to help enable biobased solutions to DOE mission challenges.
Milestone 1: The Code—Understand Gene Structure and Functional Potential of Plants and Microbes and Their Communities
Milestone 2: The Response—Understand Function, Regulation, and Dynamics in Plants and Microbes and Their Communities
Milestone 3: GTL Computational Biology Environment
Communication (PDF, 89 kb)
Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues (PDF, 125 kb)
Table of Contents and Welcome (PDF, 533 kb)
Participants (PDF, 73 kb)
Web Sites (PDF, 65 kb)
Indexes (PDF, 124 kb)
Addendum (PDF, 150 kb)
Printed copies of the abstract book are available to order. Contact us at email@example.com
BER BSSD funds the Genomic Science Program