This week’s SNPpets include an anniversary reminiscence for the human genome, a new VenomZone database for all your favorite “natural” toxins, long read sequencing, Genome3DPlot software, Congress stepping in on gene editing, and more.
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…
— Sanger Institute (@sangerinstitute) June 26, 2015
15 years ago today I announced the first sequence of the human genome with President Clinton at the White House. Cost $100m and 9 months.
— J. Craig Venter (@JCVenter) June 26, 2015
— Marc RobinsonRechavi (@marc_rr) June 19, 2015
— Torsten Seemann (@torstenseemann) June 16, 2015
6 Realities of Genomic Research http://t.co/omyQTg34S9
— Massgenomics (@Massgenomics) June 19, 2015
GenomeD3Plot: A library for rich, interactive visualizations of genomic data in web applications http://t.co/Nyc5izRvNm
— Andrew G. McArthur (@agmcarthur) June 22, 2015
— Keith Bradnam (@kbradnam) June 22, 2015
— Pastel BioScience (@PastelBio) June 22, 2015
— Nature News&Comment (@NatureNews) June 26, 2015