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 @Massgenomics: Highlights of ENCODE transcriptome paper, which soundly refuted “Widespread RNA and DNA differences” paper (Li et al): http://t.co/ipYoHYZO
- RT @cytoscape: Cytoscape 3 Beta is out! http://t.co/cY7fM3g4http://t.co/fj54agPN
- From the PDBe mailing list: The 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to Robert J.
Lefkowitz and Brian K. Kobilka for their studies of G-protein–coupled receptors. You can learn more about this important family of receptors by exploring their structures within the PDB. http://pdbe.org/nobel2012
- RT @the_prbb: “Personalised medicine and Big Pharma need bioinformatics” http://t.co/lf5v6MXU
- RT @cswitwer: @MountSinaiNYC announces course in sequencing ur own genome, to train future docs. Yes! http://t.co/WAGANX92 #wgs #P4 @ISBUSA
- RT @doe_jgi: MT @BrookhavenLab Virtual plant #biology: simulating seeds to raise oil production for food and #green fuel – http://t.co/565N7EPw
- RT @bioinformer: Some of the best tools for virus bioinformatics are over at LANL… http://t.co/0I92VEE2 Nice work!
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