Posts Tagged ‘from’

Mutation bias reflects natural selection in Arabidopsis thaliana | Nature

April 14, 2022

Interesting paper, relating de novo mutation rate to epigenetic features. Wonder exactly how this connects to the fact that the background mutation rate in cancer genomes depends strongly on epigenetics.

Important genomic regions mutate less often than do other regions

The complete sequence of a human genome

April 10, 2022

Congratulations. Looking forward to mapping trillions of reads against CHM13!


March 26, 2022

interesting stuff to use “playground”

Compose AI: Automate Your Writing

March 26, 2022

Could drugs prevent Alzheimer’s? These trials aim to find out

March 22, 2022
taking gantenerumab

Poly cam app

February 23, 2022

‘Lost’ medieval literature uncovered by techniques used to track wildlife | Science | AAAS

February 23, 2022

Could be used in other contexts than medieval lit.

Scribie Audio/Video Transcription | Starting at $0.10/min

February 23, 2022

The secret lives of cells — as never seen before

January 25, 2022

Ronen Segev on Twitter: “The fish were tasked to “drive” the vehicle towards a visual target in the terrestr ial environment, which was observable through the walls of the tank. Indeed, the goldfish were able to explore the terre strial environment, all while avoiding dead-ends and correcting inaccuracies.” / Twitter

January 25, 2022