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…
- Via Egon Willighagen G+: Content Mining: we can now mine images (of phylogenetic trees and more) and see ContentMine
- RT @LeucineRichBio: The Mad Biologist’s Rules of Bioinformatics http://t.co/tk0vGsIZyq
- RT @ctitusbrown: Blog post: What about all those genes of unknown function? http://t.co/Oz139lWnil
- RT @marnixmedema: I just got an alert from Google that I’ve been cited in an article on Wookiee microbiota: http://t.co/QMzMyhFJxw Overselling the microbiome?
- Via email: The Hunt for a New Human Reference Genome by Aaron Krol at Bio-IT World, on the haploid hydatidiform mole one being explored.
- RT @EricTopol: Finding important de novo mutations by whole genome sequencing 250 trios in the Dutch (GoNL) http://t.co/Nh4thJhza8 http://t.co/saWLYfnDF1
- RT @KlassenLab: A highly curated fungal ITS database in RefSeq linked to type material http://t.co/jclshQ1jmF
- RT @aloraine205: Linking Integrated Genome Browser with Galaxy – poster from Galaxy Community http://t.co/M3fbfocplJ via @SlideShare
- RT @peccoud: Nice article about Genspace in @Newsweek: New Generation of Bio-Hackers Make DNA Misbehave http://t.co/UQGYlICEDT #DIYBio
- RT @mt_ur_mind: Always fun to see what authors choose to represent humans in phylogenies. Sheep genome paper chooses American Gothic: http://t.co/0yys0Ez5xC
— Jason H. Moore, Ph.D (@moorejh) June 27, 2014