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Bastille Day 2017
2017-07-14 16:28
Today is the Fête Nationale in France known also as "le quatorze juillet" or Bastille Day.This is the day in 1789 when French citizens stormed and captured the Bastille—a Royalis… Read More
2017-07-03 21:34
I've been discussing the contributions of philosophy on Facebook. Somebody linked to a a post on the topic: What has philosophy contributed to society in the past 50 years?. Here's one of co… Read More
2017-07-02 20:44
My last post was about confusion over the sizes of the human and mouse genomes based on a recent paper by Breschi et al. (2017). Their statements about the number of genes in those species a… Read More
2017-07-02 19:01
The July 2017 issue of Nature Reviews: Genetics contains an interesting review of a topic that greatly interest me. Breschi, A., Gingeras, T. R., and Guigó, R. (2017). Comparative tra… Read More
Debating Alternative Splicing (Part IV)
2017-06-27 13:03
In Debating alternative splicing (Part III) I discussed a review published in the February 2017 issue of Trends in Biochemical Sciences. The review examined the data on detecting predicted p… Read More
2017-06-26 14:17
Proponents of massive alternative splicing argue that most human genes produce many different protein isoforms. According to these scientists, this means that humans can make about 100,000 d… Read More
Debating Alternative Splicing (part II)
2017-06-24 20:00
Mammalian genomes are very large. It looks like 90% of it is junk DNA. These genomes are pervasively transcribed, meaning that almost 90% of the bases are complementary to a transcript produ… Read More

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