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Rafal Marszalek
Amateur scientist, reluctant traveller. Pet peeve: double standards. Worked , now ; opinions are my own, retweets are not endorsements.
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Simon E. Fisher Nov 6
2019 is the year when satire & reality will always converge.
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Rafal Marszalek Nov 6
Replying to @Rafal_M
No driver, no staff at the station, no reply from social channels. I guess thanks for nothing from passenger stranded here at mid night.
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nature Nov 6
Editorial: In some ways, Nature now is just the same as it was at the start. We will continue in our mission to stand up for research, serve the global research community and communicate the results of science around the world.
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Rafal Marszalek Nov 6
Hey , what's up? Literally starting at closed carriage of Euston-Watford train that was supposed to leave 3 min ago but is still closed. No driver?
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Sabah Ul-Hasan, PhD Oct 26
HI. If you're a "dude" in science, I have a request for you: Find a paper with a non-dude as a first author. Find a tool created by a non-dude. Then, write it as a Twitter post and share with Please spread the word with RTs, thank you 💗
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Jeroen Bosman Oct 23
Important new principles from for publisher contracts, signed by many US institutions. It requires 6 things: respecting open access mandates, copyright retention, immediate deposit, TDM, sustainable archiving, fair & transparent pricing. .
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Jonathan Wilde Oct 22
Okay, here are my prime editing takes. I'm mostly going to try to be a voice of reason here. Not because I'm hyper critical of the paper but because it's necessary. This field is full of mega hype and cool tech, but cool doesn't get us anywhere unless it works as advertised.
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Michael Hoffman Oct 19
Now in the closing symposium! moderates the panel of Robert Nussbaum, Cox, Cynthia Morton, and
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Massgenomics Oct 19
Heiko Horn on detecting cancer vulnerabilities via gene networks under purifying selection, notes that previous talk on positive selection / driver genes was a great lead-in. That was no accident, my dude.
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Mission Bio Oct 19
Jake Leighton of MDAnderson is now on stage presenting his work on triple negative breast cancer and how the order of mutations appearance may be important to understand cancer evolution in patients
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
Siming Zhao introduces an approach to model positive selection in cancer Paper here
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Massgenomics Oct 19
Jens Luebeck from UCSD walking us through the resolution of complex rearrangement focal amplifications in cancer by integrating NGS + optical mapping. Cool example: focal amp of EGFR in a GBM cell line was a circular extra chromosome ~2 Mbp long
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
Replying to @Rafal_M
Reconstructor is on github, if you want to give it a go
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Arslan Zaidi Oct 19
If there were only a drinking game for every time you see this slide at
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
Replying to @Rafal_M
This is on Amplicon Reconstructor, which follows in the footsteps of Amplicon Architect ()
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
How to use NGS with optical mapping to resolve complex rearrangements in cancer -
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
Replying to @Rafal_M
This all looks great, but is there going to a tool to identify these signatures? I want to see deconstructSigs v2.0 or something like that...
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
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Very congested 42 features signature fig - regretting sitting at the back now
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
Tough act to follow, but we'll try Ivo Gut more on PCAWG analyses. Here, how high rates of somatic recurrent mutations can be used to look at mutational processes.
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Rafal Marszalek Oct 19
Replying to @Rafal_M
Really liked that talk, but also omg, the effort here!
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