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 @32nm: ISCB Public Policy Statement on Open Access to Scientific and Technical Research Literature — Bioinformatics Hat tip to Mitsuteru Nakao [Mary]
  • The beginning of population level structural variation information on the human genome, from the at the  1000 genomes project. Hat tip to GenomeWeb [Jennifer]
  • Registration for the March 2011 GMOD Meeting is now open. See the wiki page at March 2011 Community Meeting. [Mary]
  • Need to assemble and analyze large datasets for multigene phylogenetic analysis? Might want to try out the new iPhy. Paper here. [Trey]
  • Ok, I had to go look at this–not what I expected…. : Top 200 Genomic Females list for Feb. 2011 is NOW ONLINE at via @holstein_world. Yes, the name did clue me in, but I still had to look. [Mary]
  • Scientific Reports: interesting new venture by Nature Publishing Group. [Jennifer]
  • I love when rare diseases can shine lights into the darkness–very neat story on arterial calcification. Fascinating: RT @NatureNews: Solution to medical mystery offers treatment hope [Mary]

4 thoughts on “Friday SNPpets

  1. Mary Post author

    Hey Giovanni: No, they are cows. It just struck me as funny the way it was worded. And then I started looking around at the bovine genomics going on (besides the genome project that I’m aware of). There’s some serious stuff there, being used daily, to make breeding decisions.

  2. Mary Post author

    Thanks G! Will add it right now.

    We are doing workshops that day, but it will be set to post automatically and you should see it Friday morning.

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