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A short list of tools for shotgun metagenomics

We are currently finalizing our work on the analysis of metagenomes for soils taken from the Etosha National Park, Namibia. These soils were interesting since Zebra blood containing the nasty bug Bacillus anthracis had poured into it. Our aim was … Continue reading

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How to use twitter to follow the latest scientific papers

Last spring I went on parental leave and left science for what it was for more that three months. Writing new posts for this blog was something I thought I could do in my spare time, but soon I realized … Continue reading

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Where to share data and code… a recent experience.

Today I am writing a rant here since I am quite fed up.

The reason for this post is the following: A paper on which I am a co-author was recently accepted for publication in the journal BMC bioinformatics, after being rejected in BMC genomics since our paper was not suitable for that journal. It’s a bioinformatics tools to analyze big blast files, so that is not bad at all. Such news is wonderful, and as a young scientist these are the moments you work for.

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The microbial communities of inactive Oslofjord pockmark sediments – Part 1

Last Friday I added another article to my publication list. The publication was in the PLOS ONE journal and caries the title: Linking microbiology and Geology: inactive pockmarks affect sediment microbial communities structure. I am very happy with this publication, … Continue reading

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