This week’s SNPpets include mining disease genes with PPI and co-regulation networks, DNA and the law, great posts on germline genetic engineering moratorium discussions, a bioinformatics “middle class”, new human genome assembly models, 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…
- RT @BioGPS: RT @FEBSOpenBio: Mining disease genes using integrated protein–protein interaction & gene–gene co-regulation networks http://t.co/D9c9uorySB
- RT @RosieRedfield: Dammit, genes code for proteins, and they encode proteins, but they do not ‘encode for’ proteins!
- RT @cupton1: #bioinformatics 101 questions with a #bioinformatician #23: Todd Harris | @scoopit http://t.co/JRD0UZZpqL
- RT @CaulfieldTim: “Squealing on DNA: the law and secondary uses of genetic information” http://t.co/hsbazqSljt by this guy @nilshoppe
- RT @galaxyproject: 16 April GalaxyAdmins Meetup online with Carrie Ganote from @PTI_IU & @guerler from @galaxyproject http://t.co/NZ9IZfMsBd #usegalaxy
- RT @laurahercher: Decision time on human germline engineering! My new post on the DNA Ex: http://t.co/AFDaKJKITF
- RT @CaulfieldTim: Excellent, sensible piece by @HankGreelyLSJU – Of Science, CRISPR-Cas9, and Asilomar http://t.co/a0VT1JZqTk
- This pair comes as a set: RT @genetics_blog: Making complex heatmaps http://t.co/9g4S8ERCLr http://t.co/vzGJzmesjj paired with RT @genetics_blog: Speaking of heatmaps, you probably don’t actually understand them: https://t.co/mYCsq8c7xk
- RT @GeneticsSociety: Exciting news – the revamped #ASHG15 website is now live! Explore this year’s features and programs: http://t.co/xOiJuhJntP
- Oooh. This got heated in the comments and on twitter. RT @bioinfblogs: .@ctitusbrown: Towards a bioinformatics middle class: Jared Simpson just posted a great blog entry on nanopoli… http://t.co/NeluM8Q2kM
- RT @girlscientist: ICYMI as I did, comment piece from @deannachurch & many on how we must evolve human genome assembly models. http://t.co/DN3AyfN4BG
- RT @rnomics: Top #tweeted story in #bioinformatics: GWAS Catalog http://t.co/NBvZgMw7FR, see more http://t.co/x4TiUjeQ4E
— Elisabeth Bik (@MicrobiomDigest) April 3, 2015