Archives de catégorie : genomics

Exercice for Bachelor students on using #ENCODE data in a browser

Almost two months ago, I asked on Twitter: Does anyone know a good & free tutorial/exercice using #ENCODE data for undergrad biology students (they know R, not Unix)? #bioinformatics — Marc RobinsonRechavi (@marc_rr) March 3, 2014 To which I got … Continuer la lecture

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Story behind the paper: The hourglass and the early conservation models – co-existing evolutionary patterns in vertebrate development

Following the noble example of Jonathan Eisen, and in the spirit of open science, here is the story behind our recent paper (not so recent because I took time to getting around to this, but here it is): Piasecka B, … Continuer la lecture

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A population genetics test for Junk DNA

A short note after reading Dan Graur’s latest series of angry posts about the misuse of Junk DNA or of its death: one two three. Population genetics tells us that selection is more efficient in larger populations. Consequently, and on … Continuer la lecture

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