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Nick Loman
microbial (meta) genomes, sequencing, clinical applications, bioinformatics, prof , fellow &
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Neil Saunders Feb 19
Some thoughts on my recent Twitter break
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Amazing ! Got your PC yet ??
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Big Data Institute Feb 18
Prof interviews Prof Christophe Fraser () on how mathematical modelling can be used to fight and the impact of research on treatment. Watch the full interview here:
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Nick Loman Feb 18
Replying to @tomrconnor @alanmcn1
It was worse over Xmas period! Request on Xmas eve, reminder on Boxing Day!
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Willem van Schaik Feb 18
Monday repeat: new preprint from the group is out on : 'Enterococcus faecium genome dynamics during long-term asymptomatic patient gut colonization'
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Nick Loman Feb 17
Replying to @guyleonard @samstudio8
Yes ! I am documenting my mid-life crisis in detail on my timeline ! I'm 40 next week.
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Nick Loman Feb 17
I let convince me to play with arranging ggplot2 figures in code rather than reaching for Illustrator like I usually do. Needless to say, I wish I'd gone with my gut instinct.
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Nick Loman Feb 17
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Nick Loman Feb 17
It’s on one of the streaming services now!
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Nick Loman Feb 17
Yeah. But not as good as mid-morning matters
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Nick Loman Feb 17
Josh is a classic engineering type - he learns by breaking things and then rebuilding them
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Nick Loman Feb 17
He - err - couldn’t figure out how to open the loading port. In retrospect it was easy :)
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Nick Loman Feb 17
Foot stuck on a spike certainly a highlight but the series is weak, I think the creators say the same
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Nick Loman Feb 17
And even better after he read the instructions for how to use it.
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David Ian Walker Feb 15
CrAssphage is a non-pathogenic, human source specific marker and is is found in high numbers (and in shellfish). Check out the new paper from .
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Eric Topol Feb 17
Pathogen sequencing is "transforming the public health approach to infectious diseases, as well as the treatment of individual patients." by G Armstrong
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Nick Loman Feb 17
Replying to @gilbertjacka @baym
I'm British and therefore you know I'm not. The question is what happened to you?
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Nick Loman Feb 17
Replying to @baym
I don't know, I frequently upset my US collaborators by not being overenthusiastic in every email and dotting them with !!!! s.
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bioRxiv Microbiology Feb 17
Evolutionary dynamics of phage resistance in bacterial biofilms
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Nick Loman Feb 17
Yes, not commercially available. Just pointing out that your opinion"It'll never happen." is probably wrong.
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