Friday, January 4, 2013

Twitter Roundup, January 4 2013

I've said it before: Twitter makes me a lazy blogger. Lots of stuff came across my radar this week that didn't make it into a full blog post. Here's a quick recap:

PLOS Computational Biology: Chapter 1: Biomedical Knowledge Integration

Assuring the quality of next-generation sequencing in clinical laboratory practice : Nature Biotechnology

De novo genome assembly: what every biologist should know : Nature Methods

How deep is deep enough for RNA-Seq profiling of bacterial transcriptomes?

Silence | Abstract | Strand-specific libraries for high throughput RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) prepared without poly(A) selection

BMC Genomics | Abstract | Comparison of metagenomic samples using sequence signatures

Peak identification for ChIP-seq data with no controls.

TrueSight: a new algorithm for splice junction detection using RNA-seq

DiffCorr: An R package to analyze and visualize differential correlations in biological networks.

PLOS ONE: Reevaluating Assembly Evaluations with Feature Response Curves: GAGE and Assemblathons

Delivering the promise of public health genomics | Global Development Professionals Network

Metagenomics and Community Profiling: Culture-Independent Techniques in the Clinical Laboratory

PLOS ONE: A Model-Based Clustering Method for Genomic Structural Variant Prediction and Genotyping Using Paired-End Sequencing Data

InnoCentive - Metagenomics Challenge

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