Applying quantitative methods to biomedical discovery
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In order to make the ever-growing body of biomedical research literature more useful for EVERYONE, the Su Lab at The Scripps Research Institute has been working on a citizen science-based approach to annotate biomedical research abstracts. The idea is that … Continue reading

Posted by on Sep 19, 2014
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BioGPS Featured Article – Molecular signatures of the evolving immune response in mice with bordetella pertussis infection

BioGPS has become the valuable resource that it is because of the contributions from our wonderful user community. Thank you […]

Posted by on Sep 17, 2014
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An oral presentation for has been accepted for this year’s HGVS meeting: Germline & Somatic Mosaicism on Saturday October 18th in San Diego. If you are attending the HGVS meeting, don’t miss the chance to learn more about and how it can be applied to your research.

What’s As you might guess, that is a new project to tackle the variant annotations using‘s proved strategy and architecture. It’s an exciting project coming out of 1st Network of BioThings Hackathon in just a few months ago.

Posted by on Sep 16, 2014
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