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Olga Francino
Research - SVGM; founding partner at ; dog genome & skin microbiome & nanopore - - RT =/= endorsement
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360Dx May 19
UK Hospital Launches Nanopore Sequencing Huntington's Dx as Reflex Test
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Bernard Kim May 18
Replying to @danrdanny
Where do I hope big enrichments of ultra-long reads will get us? High-quality genome assemblies of many Drosophila species using only Nanopore data. Our unpolished Nanopore assembly of D. mel ISO-1, figure from .
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Oscar Gonzalez-Recio May 19
Happy to present our study within the using sequencing at in beautiful . I will tell you more about it in the Microbiome session in Auditorium 2.
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Olga Francino May 19
Replying to @Armandsbonastre
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Nils Gehlenborg May 17
We did a thing (or two): , , & I surveyed the state of the art in genomic data visualization. We reviewed over 80 papers to develop new taxonomies and to organize tools, techniques, & tasks. Our preprint is available here:
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Jennifer Gardy May 17
Very cool! , & I created a similar taxonomy for the genomic epidemiology use case; great to see the approach writ large across all genome space.
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Art Poon May 18
Public health in genetic spaces: a statistical framework to optimize cluster-based outbreak detection
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Ed Yong May 17
“This should be a real cautionary tale. How on earth could we have spent 20 years and hundreds of millions of dollars studying pure noise?”
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Nick Loman May 17
The Microbial Reasons Why the Impossible Burger Tastes So Good
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Aaron Pomerantz May 17
Some fun science toys for next week: Field Genomics for undergraduates at ! ✅ portable thermocycler () ✅ handheld DNA sequencer () ✅ the TerraLyzer () ✅ all those good enzymes & reagents ()
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Nature Reviews Genetics May 17
Our June issue is a special Focus issue on Microbial Genomics See the web focus for Reviews, News & Comment form the current and past issues and our accompanying editorial here:
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Clive G. Brown May 17
Latest from Akeson al ; Reading canonical and modified nucleobases in 16S ribosomal RNA using nanopore native RNA sequencing
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Olga Francino May 17
Replying to @pathogenomenick
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Nick Loman May 17
Cor! Check this out for yet more microbiome DTC bullshit:
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Manuel Revilla May 16
Our new article on the ✍🏽 “Towards the quantitative characterization of to : a approach” 📄 animal | 🔗 📌
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Marc Lipsitch May 16
10y ago the major error in research was unjustifiably attributing correlation to (a preferred direction of) causation. As experimental methods have risen the threat has shifted. Must not confuse "some mice" with "most/all humans."
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Mick Watson May 16
I am recruiting! If you're interested in 4yr postdoc working on EU project to develop reproducible workflows for functional genomic data, contact me ASAP. Advert soon.
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Paul Carini May 14
What are some *active* strategies that advisors can use to not transfer the stress of *their* job to their lab members? Particularly for assistant profs. What works? What doesn’t. Would like to hear from students too. I care about my students, but know I do this & im not alone.
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Olga Francino May 15
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