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Baltron 3030
Associate Prof at the U of Arizona interested in genomes,microbes,adaptation, pigs, donkeys, etc.... he/him Tohono O'odham lands
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Irene Newton 2h
Are genomes acceptable "type material" for describing a new species? 's journal does not accept novel species descriptions and as of now, we also cannot allow you to name a new species based on MAG alone. As rules and norms change, we will revise this policy.
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Pat Schloss 4h
PIs: We live in a world where we work with trainees for a short period of time. We're in the biz of helping people get better jobs while doing awesome science. Listen to your mentees when they tell you what they need to help develop their careers
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Jean-Marc Aury 7h
Slides from my talk at "Chromosome-scale Assemblies of plant genomes using long reads and optical maps", and
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Seth Bordenstein 4h
Big news. The inspirational ⁩ is starting a phage journal!
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Nature Microbiology 4h
Wang, Tu et al.: Cyro-electron tomography characterizes the structural changes involved in trans-envelope channel formation during P22 infection of Salmonella:
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Alison Young 24h
So, friends, about this worm bite I got 2 weeks ago in the ....
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Will Rowe 6h
Replying to @surt_lab
A plug for GROOT as well - microbiome tool published last year! I'm not one to shy away from a backronym
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Baltron 3030 6h
Just going to point out that in the last week, there have been microbiome papers published describing collections/tools called THOR and HULK
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Baltron 3030 6h
Thank you antibiotics.... Sincerely, A guy that touches horse dung nearly every day
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Hugh Kearns Mar 15
Confused by Type I and Type II errors? Here's an easy way to get it. Remember the boy who cried wolf. Type I: He cried wolf but there was no wolf. Type II: He said there was no wolf, but there was.
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Niklaus Grunwald 6h
Quantitative Genetics of the Maize Leaf Microbiome | Phytobiomes Journal
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Dr. Denise M. Akob 8h
I'm excited to announce that our paper on microbial Fe oxidation w humic acids is available online early! The paper has been 8 years in the making & is a huge accomplishment. Congrats to Anke, , & all the co-authors!
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Olivier 9h
: Cas9 enrichment on : catch both allele cleanly, Calling SNPs!
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Rob Lavigne 14h
Please comment on our focused on based modulation of by Qst, a small of LUZ19, interacting with PqsD in .
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Baltron 3030 7h
Apparently everyone that does [a-w] fails though, so avoid those
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Kimberly Kline 🌴 21h
Are you looking for a postdoc and want to explore the world? Are you into bacteria, surface structures, genetic exchange, biofilms, or host-pathogen interactions? If yes, this thread is for you! So many opportunities in the collaborative and supportive and fun community!
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Janet Ng 8h
My friend, Travis Booms, just published a perspective on being gay and working in wildlife biology. I usually introduce Travis as 'the guy who caught short-eared owls out of a helicopter', but that doesn't seem enough anymore.
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Baltron 3030 7h
The perfect gift from Meghan, just in time for me to have a grant deadline in a week
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ASM 7h
New minireview: genome-based prediction of bacterial antibiotic resistance
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