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Genome Biology Nov 15
Poti, Richardson, Szuts and co explore mutation signatures associated with different homologous recombination deficiencies. Different mutants show different patterns of rearrangements. Some features can predict sensitivity to PARP inhibitors
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Genome Biology Nov 15
NanoSatellite: from , Sleegers and co. Method for tandem repeat expansion analysis, using PromethION data, going direct to the wiggle trace for the analysis, rather than basecalling first. Also identifies alternative motifs in the repeat array
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Genome Biology Nov 15
OrthoFinder: major update to the software from and . This version infers gene trees for all orthogroups and identifies the rooted species tree. It also identifies gene duplication events, and allows extensive comparative genomics
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Genome Medicine Nov 14
Just in - and colleagues uncover a DNA signature associated with sepsis and dysregulated response.
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Genome Biology Nov 14
Benchmark of regulatory network inference methods using differential expression, from , Davis and co. All methods struggle to infer causation, compared with inferring association. the authors identify the factors that most influence performance
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Genome Biology Nov 14
van Rooij, Mandaviya, , Heijmans, van Meurs and co compare methods for analyzing methylation array and RNA-seq data, using four cohorts looking at DNAm, gene expression, age, BMI, and smoking. Normalization method does not have major effect
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Genome Biology Nov 14
As that link points out, the referee was correct in this case.
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Genome Biology Nov 13
Naanopore. Or Nanopuri.
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Malaria Journal Nov 12
Did you know: Malaria Journal now has a preprint platform - In Review - a collaboration with . Authors can opt in to add your manuscript to Malaria Journal's In Review platform at the time of submission - and it is free to opt in.
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Genome Biology Nov 11
Jo, Kim and Kim present a benchmarking of eight methods for removing contaminating mouse reads from sequencing data of patient-derived xenographs. Based on this, the authors suggest best practice to improve such analyses
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Genome Biology Nov 11
CRUP - Condition-specific Regulatory Unit Prediction, from , , and co. Enhancers are predicted from histone modification data, and then correlated with gene expression under different conditions
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Genome Biology Nov 9
And that is the end. Thanks everyone, it has been a great conference. It was good to catch up with people, and meet new people.
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Genome Biology Nov 9
Rounding off the conference with comments from and , and setting up next year back in Hinxton
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Harriet Dashnow Nov 9
is almost over. What an incredible meeting. Thank you to the organizers for putting together such an awesome program!
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Genome Biology Nov 9
Has there been a study of how segments of identity by descent affect inflammatory bowel disease?
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Genome Biology Nov 9
The final talk of the meeting is from Elena Sorokin , but sadly this is not tweetable
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Genome Biology Nov 9
LW: 0.3% of patients have more than one disorder, so important not to just find the first causal variant, but check to see if there are others
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Genome Biology Nov 9
LW: three brothers with very different cystic fibrosis disease progression. She is using whole genome sequencing to identify variants that modify disease progression.
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Genome Biology Nov 9
LW: has had great success in identifying causal variants in people with genetic disease, including defining more than 30 new syndromes. But process is still too slow and too manual
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Genome Biology Nov 9
LW: since 2010, rapid advances in sequencing and analysis technologies mean that patients with rare genetic diseases can be diagnosed in about 45% of cases, compared with 15% in 2010
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