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Claire McWhite
Grad student at UT Austin. Prev Rice. Protein complexes, Systems Bio, comparing things to each other. Status: Plants. Marcotte lab.
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PeerJ - the journal Jun 21
Announcing PeerJ Collection for SMBE 2017: on new collection for sharing abstracts + materials
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Claire McWhite Jun 21
Replying to @MicrobiomDigest @DARPA
So exciting!
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Elisabeth Bik Jun 21
Replying to @clairemcwhite @DARPA
Yes! I will hear next Monday how the challenge went, and we will discuss results. I hope some groups have had success!
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Claire McWhite Jun 21
DARPA making image fakery finder w training set from . If it works, will hit like a ton of bricks
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Janelle Shane Jun 20
ConceptNet Numberbatch: not that one British actor, but a word vector system that makes your algorithm less of a jerk.
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Dr Richard Kirby Jun 19
Have you ever seen this before? The comb jelly Beroe cucumis and its beating cilia. So much unseen beauty in the plankton.
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Janelle Shane Jun 20
. talks about how some rescue guinea pigs got new neural network-generated names
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Pastel BioScience Jun 18
Integration of over 9,000 mass spectrometry experiments builds a global map of human protein complexes |
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E/V Nautilus Jun 19
We're switching from launch to recovery to troubleshoot ROV cam. In the meantime, enjoy another pyrosome party near the surface!
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Maureen Raymo Jun 19
1984, Cesare Emiliani is accidentally sent his own proposal to review: comedic gold
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Claire McWhite Jun 18
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Rutger Vos Jun 17
A Wilson's Algorithm maze laid out as its spanning tree.
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Claire McWhite Jun 18
Extremely cool - inspired by protein folding
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Claire McWhite Jun 16
The speedway pedestrian mall reaches biology.
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Shawn Douglas Jun 15
Soon after infection, M13 filamentous phage hijacks the bacterial host machinery to convert its single-stranded DNA genome to dsDNA
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Shawn Douglas Jun 15
Soon, the host ribosomes bind to RNA transcripts from the M13 genome and begin producing viral proteins
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Shawn Douglas Jun 15
Once the M13 genome is in double-stranded form, RNA polymerases can bind at many start sites to begin transcription...
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Maitreya Dunham Jun 15
Replying to @Cbrew5000
Hi-C can distinguish a mixture of 2 species vs a true hybrid since you get cross links between the genomes only if they're in the same cell
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Maitreya Dunham Jun 15
Replying to @Cbrew5000
Coolest thing we found was a new hybrid yeast! Pichia membranifaciens and something unknown to the genome database.
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ᶜʰʳⁱˢ ʳᵒᵈˡᵉʸ Jun 15
I used deep learning to cross a book of dinosaurs X a book of flowers
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