Samstag, 3. Juli 2010

Cool papers July 10

Nature says: Happy birthday human genome :) with this special:

PLoS CB tells us about the history of Bioinformatics aka Computational Biology aka Biological Mathematics aka...

Interesting NGS + RNA Expression profiling setup:
Into the unknown: expression profiling without genome sequence information in CHO by next generation sequencing

Nature Genetics explores GWAS and the limits of what SNPs can tell:
On beyond GWAS:
Common SNPs explain a large proportion of the heritability for human height:

A novel GWAS analysis package based on Random Forrests 
Bioinformatics: On safari to Random Jungle: a fast implementation of Random Forests for high-dimensional data:

Future of publication - no real conclusion from Nature. Interesting: is mentioned, but busted because it is used "only" as preprint server and not as discussion platform.
Nature: When blogs make sense

Nature Reviews Cancer: Envisioning the future of early anticancer drug development:

Nature Reviews Genetics: Next-generation genomics: an integrative approach

Protein superposition reloaded - this time especially for variation. Hmm. I do not see any comparison with other methods:
BMC Bioinformatics: Robust probabilistic superposition and comparison of protein structures

BMC Bioinformatics: Knowledge-based annotation of small molecule binding sites in proteins

Nature Reviews Drug Discovery: Integrating molecular diagnostics into anticancer drug discovery

Science: Sequencing of 50 Human Exomes Reveals Adaptation to High Altitude:

Science Traveler's guide: Summer trips featuring some german places (Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin is really cool):

Epigenetics takes the centerstage again. Not sure what this means:

The Seductive Allure of Behavioral Epigenetics

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