lunes, 24 de febrero de 2014

Genomics|Update|Current: Reviews, News & Commentaries


Reviews, News & Commentaries

stacked papers
Ribosome profiling: new views of translation, from single codons to genome scale.External Web Site Icon 
Nicholas T. Ingolia. Nature Reviews Genetics, February, 2014
Susceptibility to type 2 diabetes mellitus—from genes to preventionExternal Web Site Icon
Hivert MF, et al. Nature Reviews Endocrinology (2014)
Genomics and the origin of speciesExternal Web Site Icon
Seehausen O, et al. Nature Reviews Genetics 15,176–192 (2014) Feb 18
The genetics of being a daredevil,External Web Site Icon The New York Times Blog Post, Feb 19
The $1,000 genome is here,External Web Site Icon MIT Technology Review, Feb 18
Data to discovery: Genomes to health, Adobe PDF file [PDF 2.18 MB]External Web Site Icon a White Paper from the National Consortium for Data Science
Top ten tech trends: Putting genetic data in clinicians' hands,External Web Site Icon by David Raths, Healthcare Informatics, Feb 17
How to hide your genome,External Web Site Icon Science Now, February 16, 2014
Six persistent research misconceptions.External Web Site Icon 
Ken Rothman, J Gen Int Medicine, January 2014
Building up biology.External Web Site Icon 
Nature Chemical Biology, February 14, 2014
DNA testing used to dig up family rootsExternal Web Site Icon
Technology opens doors in genealogical research, by Tony Gozalez. The Tennessean, Feb. 15
Computers select personal medicineExternal Web Site Icon, by Jonathan Amos, BBC News, February 15, 2014 
In search of scientific blunders,External Web Site Icon by Ken Weiss, Mermaid Tale Blog, February 17, 2014

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