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Communications Biology 10h
Ryogo Furuhata, Yasuaki Kabe et al. discover that PGRMC1 is required for adipogenesis in mice and its expression is increased by insulin or PPARg agonists.
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Genome Biology 13h
Freudenthal, , and co benchmark the performance of seven chloroplast assembly tools. Run times range from a few minutes to several hours. GetOrganelle and FastPlast are the best over a range of metrics. 20 novel genomes assembled
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Rebekah L. Rogers Sep 24
OK, after a summer of reviewing and editing, I'm going to list Rebekah's tips for manuscript revisions. Not formally endorsed by any specific journal. Use at your own risk.
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Genome Biology Sep 24
GraphAligner: from & , a method for aligning sequences to sequence graphs that is much quicker and uses less memory than existing approaches. Works with noisy long reads. Applications in variant genotyping and error correct
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BMC Biology Sep 24
New research from Adriana San-Miguel and colleagues: Deep learning-enabled analysis reveals distinct induced by and cold-shock. Read the newest addition to our Engineering Biology series:
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Biomedical Data Sciences LUMC Sep 23
An equally informative and witty blog on the paper led by Bas Heijmans reporting on the genome-wide identification of genes regulating DNA methylation
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Communications Biology Sep 23
A new study published in highlights the importance of protein modifications in apoptotic tumor cells as a mechanism of generating immunogenic neoantigens that can be targeted for T cell-based immunotherapy.
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Genome Biology Sep 22
Replying to @andy_utoronto
That's the verse Louis Armstrong scrubbed from the song
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Genome Biology Sep 22
Replying to @BQPMalfoy
Sorry about that, we'll look into it and get back to you.
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Communications Biology Sep 22
Takashi Gakuhari, Shigeki Nakagome et al. report the genomic analysis on a 2.5kya individual from the ancient Jomon culture in present-day Japan.
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Genome Biology Sep 21
WhatsHap Polyphase: from Schrinner, , , , and co, for phasing polyploid genomes using long reads. It clusters reads, then threads the haplotypes through the clusters. Demonstrated on potato data.
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Genome Biology Sep 18
Study from , and co, looking at how siRNAs from transposable elements regulate methylation of tranposons in Arabidopsis. This is particularly active in embryos. Heterochromatin regulates siRNA transcription.
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Genome Biology Sep 18
Aligning reads from ancient DNA to sequence variation graphs using vg removes reference bias and improves variant detection sensitivity (especially indels) relative to linear alignment with BWA. From , , and co
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BMC Biology Sep 17
New research from , and colleagues: Altered -wide auditory networks in a model of fragile X syndrome. Read it here:
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BMC Biology Sep 17
New research from Anne Hart and colleagues: modifiers ameliorate endocytic and defects in a model of spinal muscular atrophy. Read it here:
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Genome Biology Sep 18
Replying to @jrossibarra
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Genome Biology Sep 18
Replying to @jrossibarra
What's the best way of determining inheritance in strawberries? A Punnett square
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Titus Brown Sep 17
Like assembly graphs? Here, have ALL of them 😂
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Genome Biology Sep 17
Bifrost: from and . A method for constructing compacted de Bruijn graphs without constructing the uncompacted graph first. Bifrost is able to produce colored de Bruijn graphs for all 118,000 Salmonella genomes in enterobase
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Genome Biology Sep 17
Lujan, Copeland and co screen for deletions in mitochondrial genomes using their new method LostArc. Deletions are mostly due to replication by DNA pol gamma, and are linked to phenotypes in skeletal muscle seen with aging and POLG mutations.
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