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Vol 20 Supplement A

Vol 20 Supplement A (NGS Data after the Gold Rush) has been published  
Posted: 2015-01-09
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Vol 20

Table of Contents

Letters to the Editor

Next generation sequencing and phylogenetic networks HTML PDF
David Andrew Morrison e760


Next Generation Sequencing methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants, 11 -12 March 2014 HTML PDF
Laurent Falquet e752
From high-throughput structural bioinformatics to integrative systems biology: NETTAB 2014 HTML PDF
Francesca Cordero, Paolo DM Romano e772


GOBLET: achievements and goals a year on HTML PDF
GOBLET Consortium e751
eBioKit bioinformatics workshops in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania HTML PDF
Etienne P. de Villiers, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff e755
BiP-Day 2013: “Prima Giornata della Bioinformatica Pugliese” – Workshop report HTML PDF
Domenica D'Elia, Sabino Liuni e758
InterOmics Tutorial - Tools and methods for the analysis of omics data and biodiversity HTML PDF
Angelica Tulipano, Andreas Gisel e759
Report on the ALLBIO minisymposium and workshop: "Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods for identification of mutations and large structural variants” HTML PDF
Laurent Falquet, Grégoire Rossier, Tiffanie Yael Maoz e766
EMBnet, the Global Bioinformatics Network: a report on the workshop and 26th AGM, Lyon, May 2014 HTML PDF
Teresa K Attwood e786
2014 Annual General Meeting – Executive Board Report HTML PDF
Teresa K Attwood, Andreas Gisel, Etienne de Villiers, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff, Goran Neshich e798
2014 Annual General Meeting: Publicity & Public Relations Project Committee Report HTML PDF
Domenica D'Elia, Vicky Schneider-Gricar, Rubina Karla, Cesar Bonavides-Martinez, Rafael Jimenez e800

Technical Notes

Fq_delta - Efficient storage of processed versions of fastq files HTML PDF
Andra Veraart, Henk-Jan van den Ham, Maarten A. Bijl, Arno C. Andeweg, Anita C. Schürch e698
Large scale statistical analysis of genome data with Ruby and R: skipping interface libraries HTML PDF
Sergio RP Line, Ana P de Souza, Luciana S Mofatto e753

Research Papers

AACDS: A database for personal genome interpretation HTML PDF
Thanawadee Preeprem, Greg Gibson e780

Book Reviews

Bioinformatics Algorithms HTML PDF
EMBnet Spotlight (Spring 2014) PDF
EMBnet Spotlight (Summer 2014) PDF
EMBnet Spotlight (Autumn 2014) PDF
ISB Spotlight (Winter 2013) PDF
Protein Spotlight 157 PDF
Protein Spotlight 161 PDF
Protein Spotlight 163 PDF
Protein Spotlight 166 PDF

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