Posts Tagged ‘SciLit’

Scientific acronyms

October 17, 2021
BMJ. 2014 Dec 16;349:g7092. doi: 10.1136/bmj.g7092.

SearCh for humourIstic and Extravagant acroNyms and Thoroughly Inappropriate names For Important Clinical trials (SCIENTIFIC): qualitative and quantitative systematic study.

Pottegård A1, Haastrup MB2, Stage TB3, Hansen MR3, Larsen KS3, Meegaard PM4, Meegaard LH5, Horneberg H3, Gils C2, Dideriksen D2, Aagaard L3, Almarsdottir AB6, Hallas J6, Damkier P6.

Hyphens in paper titles harm citation counts

June 1, 2019

Rumors of the death of consumer genomics are greatly exaggerated

December 22, 2018

Journal Club by JG

July 27, 2018

TWAS of 229k women identifies new candidate susceptibility genes for breast cancer Metascan approach. Derive model for imputing transcriptome from #GTEx & validate against TCGA. Application to BCAC.

Revolutionary Quantum Computer is One Step Closer to Reality | Newsweek

March 10, 2018

The quantum Internet has arrived (and it hasn’t) | Nature

February 24, 2018

The quantum internet has arrived (and it hasn’t)

Genetics of the human face: Identification of large-effect single gene variants

February 16, 2018

JClub by BW on “3D clusters of somatic mutations in cancer reveal numerous rare mutations as functional targets”, Genome Medicine

February 4, 2018

3D clusters of somatic mutations…reveal numerous rare mutations as functional targets Introduces 3DHotSpots, which is one of a number of recent approaches (incl. CLUMPS, Hotspot3D, Mutation3D & HotMAPS) for finding groupings of somatic SNVs via structure

Reconstructing an African haploid genome from the 18th century

January 15, 2018