I will confess that when our first MinION burn-in data for lambda came in & I threw a few aligners at it (after first getting my data extractor in Julia shaken out), I was disappointed at the results. Very few 2D reads, very few aligned reads and the alignments all short. At this point, I sat back to wait to see what others had experienced and to think of additional bioinformatics approaches. It never occurred to me to dash off a glorified blog post and submit it to a journal.
A computational biologist's personal views on new technologies & publications on genomics & proteomics and their impact on drug discovery
Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Friday, September 05, 2014
Oxford Takes Some Flak, Fires Back
A huge event in the genomics community this summer has been the Oxford Nanopore MinION Access Program (MAP), which has enabled a sizable but select group of researchers to try out ONT's novel nanopore-based sequencing technology. While results and rumors have periodically drifted out over the summer, this week saw three disclosures, one of which resulted in fireworks and action
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