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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…

  • Nice video on RNA interference by Nature Reviews Genetics. You can access all of the featured RNAi multimedia links from this page, or go straight to the video on this page. [Jennifer]
  • Interesting, The Repertoire 10K (R10K) Project: RT @deannachurch: CG: go to http://t.co/rekf2Gkd for more information on joining the project! #AGBT [Mary]
  • And it’s not in the papers anymore… RT @genome_gov: Pachter: “My worst nightmare: the curse of deep sequencing” aka too much data. #AGBT [Mary]
  • Read a Nature Outlook on allergies from Nov. 2011 – lot of new philosophies & theories that I wasn’t aware of. Currently free full access is available to the Nature Allergy Outlook [Jennifer]
  • RT @andrewsu: Word cloud of NAR 2012 Database issue abstracts via http://t.co/TMtefZ0k http://t.co/2zRzZkEG [Mary]
  • Cool new option for PDB submissions: Volunteer Structures For Foldit [Jennifer]
  • RT @LouWoodley NYC tweeps – the next Science Online NYC is on March 20th on keeping the research record straight http://bit.ly/xwziUb #sonyc [Jennifer]
  • RT @GeneSherpas: “@GeneticsUpdate: Can You Be Fired for Your Genes?  http://t.co/fDaOriU” Hopefully our future doesn’t come down to this!” [Mary]
  • Ha! That was unexpected… RT @edyong209: Bizarre SNP study on genetics of choral singing. Abstract takes surprising turn in final lines. http://t.co/VkSU4fd0 [Mary]
  • RT @jacksonlab: Facing a rare #genetic disease together, the Wentzell family doesn’t let anything slow them down. #raredisease http://t.co/bscdUXoN [Mary]