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Genomics|Update|Infectious Diseases ► Reviews, News and Commentaries

Genomics|Update|Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases with cells in the background

Volume 34  Number 1  January 8-15, 2015

Reviews, News and Commentaries

The year in pathogensExternal Web Site Icon
Sharlach M. The Scientist, Dec 29, 2014.
Infectious disease MDx 2014: qPCR for Ebola; disease panels; isothermal amplificationExternal Web Site Icon
Johnson M, Genome Web Jan 5, 2015 [by free subscription only]
New clues to where the Ebola epidemic startedExternal Web Site Icon
Maron DF. Nature, Dec 31, 2014.
Get your flu shot anyway, despite genetic "drift"External Web Site Icon
Kroll D., Dec 31, 2014.
Mistaken identitiesExternal Web Site Icon
Researchers are working to automate the arduous task of identifying—and amending—mislabeled sequences in genetic databases
Grens K. The Scientist, Jan 1, 2015.
The arXiv preprint server hits 1 million articlesExternal Web Site Icon
Van Noorden R. Nature, Dec 30, 2014.
The next big step for Wikidata—forming a hub for researchersExternal Web Site Icon
Eissfeldt J, Tony1. Wikipedia Signpost, Dec 31, 2014.
Microbiology. Persisters unmasked.External Web Site Icon
Holden DW. Science 2015; 347: 30-32.
A movable defenseExternal Web Site Icon 
Koonin EV, Krupovich M. The Scientist, Jan 1, 2015.
Nanopore sequencing is here to stayExternal Web Site Icon 
Krol A. Bio-IT World, Dec 22, 2014.
Mathematical models for emerging diseaseExternal Web Site Icon
Dobson A. Science 2014; 346: 1294-1295. 
The two cultures of mathematics and biologyExternal Web Site Icon
Pachter L. Bits of DNA (blog), Dec 30, 2014.
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