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 @phylogenomics: Reading this: The global virome: not as big as we thought? – http://t.co/p1V7XJSLiM PDF available here http://t.co/AeEyo61Jkz
- RT @dgmacarthur: Intriguing article by @jplotkin on the effects of selection on the genetic architecture of traits: http://t.co/6KQn4H9jnl
- RT @PlantMethods: Bioinformatics for complex genomes – the latest review in our NGS Thematic Series just published http://t.co/JhdIMhS1Vn #plantmethods
- RT @genetics_blog: Web app converts Tweets to properly formatted MLA/APA citations http://t.co/7FL2kC29R5 via @onethingwell
- RT @caseybergman: I really like the philosophy behind the @crisprflydesign project: http://t.co/SI6aHwYImJ #drosophila
- RT @attilacsordas: http://t.co/VxUvy8OX9E MT @EricTopol From cadavers to genomes: Should every medical student have their DNA sequenced?
— John Speakman (@speakman) September 8, 2013