Friday SNPpets

Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don’t make it to a blog post. Here they are for your enjoyment…

  • RT @RebeccaSkloot: Yep, on it goes “@edyong209 Henrietta’s revenge RT @joe_pickrell #HeLa cells continue to wreak havoc on cell cultures http://t.co/6Lkhpxm1 [Mary]
  • Oh, this was interesting; hat tip Daniel MacArthur. RT @jcbarret: @ewanbirney and Paul Flicek debated #celebgenomes  as part of our ‘society and the personal genome’ program http://t.co/B6ZyNlUm [Mary]
  • RT @PlanktonMath: DNAquiri: when science and bad beverage choice collide. (via @ecologyamazon, who for some reason approves of the drink) http://t.co/o23o3WCh [Mary]
  • RT @EpiExperts: ChromoHub: a data hub for navigators of chromatin-mediated signalling http://t.co/MhsW0DBM Bioinformatics Jrnl. #epigenetics -NK [Mary]
  • RT @galaxyproject: James Taylor at Systems Bioinformatics Workshop @ ISB in Seattle, Sept 10-11. Early reg deadline June 30 http://t.co/7TSXj9lK #usegalaxy [Mary]
  • RT @GigaScience: Nature Genetics update their policies for GWAS papers & encourage use of http://t.co/EdVZEGoI : Asking for more http://t.co/EejfF6Ak [Mary]
  • So little actual information, lots of chatter: RT @Chris_Evelo: RT @GenomeNathan: Google genome browser? Intrigued. http://t.co/oiv1l4lk [Mary]