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Vol 21 Supplement A

 Vol 21 Supplement A (Next Generation Sequencing: a look into the future) has been published  
Posted: 2016-02-09
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Vol 21

Table of Contents


2015 EMBnet Annual General Meeting – Publicity and Public Relations Project Committee report HTML PDF
Domenica D'Elia, Lubos Klucar, Rafael Jimenez, Axel Thieffry
2015 Annual General Meeting – Executive Board Report HTML PDF
Teresa K Attwood, Andreas Gisel, Etienne de Villiers, Erik Bongcam-Rudloff

Technical Notes

CexoR: an R/Bioconductor package to uncover high-resolution protein-DNA interactions in ChIP-exo replicates HTML PDF
Pedro Madrigal
Renewing bioinformatics workflow systems by using a Web 2.0 approach HTML PDF
Roberto Colella, Bachir Balech, Antonella Vaccina, Pietro Leo, Gaetano Scioscia

Research Papers

Longevity of Biological Databases HTML PDF
Teresa K. Attwood, Bora Agit, Lynda B.M. Ellis
EMBnet Spotlight (Winter 2015) PDF
EMBnet Spotlight (Spring 2015) PDF
EMBnet Spotlight (Summer 2015) PDF
EMBnet Spotlight (Autumn 2015) PDF
Protein Spotlight 168 PDF
Protein Spotlight 170 PDF
Protein Spotlight 172 PDF
Protein Spotlight 174 PDF

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ISSN: 2226-6089