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 @joe_pickrell: Useful summary of the major points from the Kostenki genome paper by @dienekesp http://t.co/f27otauMgX
- RT @CarolineBME: Genome editing with #CRISPR animated by @mcgovernmit for your amusement: hubs.ly/y0h7V70
- RT @nik_krumm: Did you sequence Benjamin Button? RT @jxchong Anyone have ideas why WGS on a sample would end up w/high % telomere sequence?
- RT @HenryDPriest: Somehow, I only just discovered @plaza_genomics monocot and dicot homology resources at http://t.co/mcZjjRT4w0 Totally awesome.
- RT @BioinfoTools: Bioinformatics and genomics people might like to follow #biodata14
- RT @genetics_blog: Reagent/lab contamination critically impacts sequence-based microbiome analyses http://t.co/ze14SRZbpl
- RT @genetics_blog: Blog coverage of prev. tweeted paper: http://t.co/4GkWFmq3e5, http://t.co/xa0lkDrdRs, http://t.co/JoWICYNVBW, http://t.co/hlq1EgX4Zj
- RT @NCBI: A new article about NCBI’s Gene database has been published at Nucleic Acids Research. Learn more about Gene here: http://t.co/BIkI8Vm8kW
- RT @biorxivpreprint: ENVIRONMENTS & EOL: identification of Environment Ontology terms in text & the annotation of the Encyclopedia of Life http://t.co/gRzyybQD58
- RT @xkcdrss: Meta-Analysis xkcd.com/1447/
— BF Francis Ouellette (@bffo) November 7, 2014