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Roger Foo Sep 22
"...one cell at a time..." The promise of single cell research.
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Adam Phillippy Sep 18
At announcing the rel3 data release! Now totaling ~120x of data including additional ultra-long reads from with an N50 length of 147 kb (!) and two PromethION runs from . All data available here:
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Erich Jarvis Sep 17
I am looking to hire someone ASAP with good expertise to perform single cell RNA and DNA sequencing, for genomic projects on vocal learning, language, and brain evolution. Send CV and statement of interest to ejarvis@rockefeller.edu. Please spread the word for me, RT.
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Ricardo Saldaña-Meyer Sep 12
Very excited to share our most recent work highlighting the role of RNA in nuclear organization. Opening up new exciting challenges in the field.
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Arima Genomics Sep 11
Celebrating our very own. Great work Anthony! A compendium of promoter-centered long-range chromatin interactions in the human genome (Jung et al.)
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Arima Genomics Sep 11
Replying to @jojimarie_teves
Thanks for the shout-out Joji. Take charge!
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Joji Teves Sep 9
Kinda rewarding to take charge of your own data, from . thankful for this very nicely documented, scientist-friendly pipeline, . And also for the very streamlined HiC protocol from ! While this runs🤞🏼GTG to the “lab”!
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Nature Genetics Sep 9
A compendium of promoter-centered long-range chromatin interactions in the human genome (Jung et al.)
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Joe Ecker Sep 9
Our protocol “ Single-cell multi-omic profiling of chromatin conformation and DNA methylation “ has now been posted online: .
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Marcela Uliano-Silva Sep 6
It is with great enthusiasm that I can say I’ll be joining the Darwin Tree of Life Project as a senior bioinformatician on 's group, together with et al at the Sanger Institute!
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(((Aaron Viny MD))) Sep 5
Many thanks to the best mentor in the biz and amazing colleagues and COMING SOON: The Viny Lab. Stay tuned!
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Wendy Bickmore Sep 4
At last, our paper showing decreased enhancer-promoter proximity in the nucleus is published.
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CSHL Meetings Aug 31
As wraps up, we'd like to recognize organizers , Michael Levin and Jane Mellor for putting it together and for their sponsorship. Also, big thanks to those who "reported" the tweetable talks including , and !
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Vertebrate Genomes Project (VGP) Aug 30
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Olga V. Pettersson Aug 29
A bloody tiny protist Polychaos dubium has a genormous genome of 670 Gb!!! 🤯🤯🤯Imagine sequencing and assembly that! Neil Hall, Earlham Institute.
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(((Aaron Viny MD))) Aug 29
Just arrived to for sessions on chromatin transcription this morning and enhancers and transcription this evening—headliners today include & other amazing scientists! Don’t miss technical workshop at noon!
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Arima Genomics Aug 28
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Jackie Mountcastle Aug 28
Join me & Sylke Winkler from for the VGP-EBP Sample Prep Session at 2pm CRC 406. We’ll have presentations from on new isolation protocols for uHMW DNA, DNA purity, ethics of sample collection and more!
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Cramer Laboratory Aug 27
Magnificent opening lecture by Bob Roeder, founding father of the eukaryotic transcription field, summarizes five decades of frontier research.
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