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Martyn Kirk 14m
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AGRF 12m
We are excited to announce new pricing on our NovaSeq sequencing portfolio. Contact us now to find out how we can help your dollar go further: CustomerCare@agrf.org.au
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Marianna Limas May 15
“They have taken the field of synthetic to a new level, not only successfully building the largest ever synthetic genome to date, but also making the most coding changes to a genome so far,” said ,
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Mizue31 5h
Deep Learning for the Life Sciences
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PerkinElmer Genomics 9h
Grateful for the opportunity to discuss & last week in Hong Kong @ AMP Global 2019. As a global laboratory network, it is a pleasure to partake in events that further our mission of delivering knowledge that empowers health for more patients around the world.
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QFAB Bioinformatics May 17
Want to learn more about guide RNA design? will give a talk about Faster, Better CRISPR on Tues, 21 May, 2pm. All welcome. The talk host = the QLD Tech Innovation Group, which QFAB is a part of.
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BIOS IT 22h
Combining leading GPU accelerator technology and intuitive scale out storage in one platform for the analysis of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) and Medical Image Data. For more on Gene Genie:
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Yoni Maisel 20h
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Africa Science News 16h
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Genomics for Nurses 6h
A great blog by - if you’re interested in the is essential reading....once again the nursing voice was absent in this review....how can we make our voices heard?
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Vivek Das 11h
This is an interesting result + associated paper inform us where SNP calls with MAF 0.005 are FPs. Wasn’t I questioning earlier the context of SNP calls? Some perspectives can be found w.r.t current limitations of rare variant in clinical utility & monogenic calls
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Reinhard Hiller 18h
Considering the antimicrobial resistance threat, betting on companies that promise to make new antibiotics becomes increasingly interesting...
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EncrypGen 15h
We want to help. If users can get paid using our platform, that incentive can help in more ways than one. We can help them now.
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Robert Nawrot 6h
A great article I helped peer review published today in
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Christian Mosimann 17h
tweeps: Is there a good (online) tool for displaying across select species, with graphical output? Any input appreciated!
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insideHPC.com May 19
Big Compute Podcast: HPC and Genomics to Revolutionize Medicine
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AGBU_GENE 22h
Great seminar today from Hassan Aliloo looking at some clever uses of genomic data to track signatures of selection and identification of advantageous haplotypes in Kenyan smallholder dairy populations.
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Diamantis Sellis May 16
Nice review: "Evolutionary origins and impacts of genome architecture in ciliates"
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Eric Topol 9h
Hilarious and stinging, consumer : 23 and Him | The New Yorker
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EncrypGen May 14
Charting The Blockchain of DNA: Feature Interview With David Koepsell of EncrypGen
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