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Recent commentaries published in Genome Biology

This list will be updated with all of our new commentaries including Comments, Editorials, Meeting reports, Opinions and Q&As. Commentaries in Genome Biology are open access and therefore free to read and share.

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  1. Content type: Comment

    The recent shift of computational biologists from bioinformatics service providers to leaders of cutting-edge programs highlights the accompanying cultural and conceptual changes that should be implemented by ...

    Authors: Itai Yanai and Eva Chmielnicki

    Citation: Genome Biology 2017 18:223

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  2. Content type: Comment

    Open Science is encouraged by the European Union and many other political and scientific institutions. However, scientific practice is proving slow to change. We propose, as early career researchers, that it i...

    Authors: Andrea Farnham, Christoph Kurz, Mehmet Ali Öztürk, Monica Solbiati, Oona Myllyntaus, Jordy Meekes, Tra My Pham, Clara Paz, Magda Langiewicz, Sophie Andrews, Liisa Kanninen, Chantal Agbemabiese, Arzu Tugce Guler, Jeffrey Durieux, Sarah Jasim, Olivia Viessmann…

    Citation: Genome Biology 2017 18:221

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  3. Content type: Q & A

    In the second of our series of articles celebrating peer reviewers, we talk to Robert Lowe, who is a Lecturer in computational biology at Queen Mary University of London, UK, and a valued reviewer for Genome Biol...

    Authors: Robert Lowe

    Citation: Genome Biology 2017 18:72

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  4. Content type: Opinion

    Supplements are increasingly important to the scientific record, particularly in genomics. However, they are often underutilized. Optimally, supplements should make results findable, accessible, interoperable,...

    Authors: Dov Greenbaum, Joel Rozowsky, Victoria Stodden and Mark Gerstein

    Citation: Genome Biology 2017 18:64

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  5. Content type: Q & A

    Continuing with our Q&A series discussing issues of diversity in STEM fields, Genome Biology spoke with three openly LGBT+ researchers on their experiences in biology.

    Authors: Ben Barres, Beth Montague-Hellen and Jeremy Yoder

    Citation: Genome Biology 2017 18:62

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  6. Content type: Editorial

    We summarize the remarkable progress that has been made in the identification and functional characterization of DNA sequence variants associated with disease.

    Authors: Mark I. McCarthy and Daniel G. MacArthur

    Citation: Genome Biology 2017 18:20

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  7. Content type: MEETING REPORT

    A report on the Genome Informatics conference, held at the Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre, Hinxton, United Kingdom, 19–22 September 2016.

    Authors: Davide Chicco and Michael M. Hoffman

    Citation: Genome Biology 2017 18:5

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  8. Content type: Opinion

    Nanopore DNA strand sequencing has emerged as a competitive, portable technology. Reads exceeding 150 kilobases have been achieved, as have in-field detection and analysis of clinical pathogens. We summarize k...

    Authors: Miten Jain, Hugh E. Olsen, Benedict Paten and Mark Akeson

    Citation: Genome Biology 2016 17:239

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Genome Biology 2016 17:256

  9. Content type: Opinion

    Studies of human genetic disorders have traditionally followed a reductionist paradigm. Traits are defined as Mendelian or complex based on family pedigree and population data, whereas alleles are deemed rare,...

    Authors: Nicholas Katsanis

    Citation: Genome Biology 2016 17:233

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  10. Content type: Q and A

    Peer reviewers are the unsung heroes of science. We celebrate reviewers through a series of interviews with people who have made particularly strong recent contributions to Genome Biology as reviewers. The first ...

    Authors: Hyongbum Kim

    Citation: Genome Biology 2016 17:200

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  11. Content type: Comment

    The spreadsheet software Microsoft Excel, when used with default settings, is known to convert gene names to dates and floating-point numbers. A programmatic scan of leading genomics journals reveals that appr...

    Authors: Mark Ziemann, Yotam Eren and Assam El-Osta

    Citation: Genome Biology 2016 17:177

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