Sometimes polony-style short read sequencing seems like old news. The underlying technology has been commercially available for over a decade. I focus much of my attention to gains in long read technologies, though incremental improvements to read lengths or polony densities still appear. Now in Nature Biotechnology a group from Peking University has published a new twist on sequencing-by-synthesis that is claimed to offer significant improvements on read accuracy.
A computational biologist's personal views on new technologies & publications on genomics & proteomics and their impact on drug discovery
Monday, November 06, 2017
Wednesday, November 01, 2017
AlphaGo & Biology
A comment was left on an early piece suggesting I comment on the recent AlphaGo paper and the possible applicability of this approach to biomedical sciences. I'm not sure I have anything terribly original to say, but who can refuse a request?
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