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Genome Technology Magazine, April 2009 Issue No.90
GenomeWeb LLC | 2009-04 | Pages: 62 | PDF | 2.85 MB

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Markers
RNA......................................................10
Looks like a gene, talks like a
gene: Rinn elucidates new class
of lincRNAs
METABOLOMICS.............................. 11
Uncovering drug targets for urinary
tract infections
PROTEIN ISOLATION...................... 12
Popot uses amphipols to enable
membrane protein studies
BIOINFORMATICS........................... 13
New software tool lets researchers
use R across a compute cluster
FUNDING ........................................... 14
Ontario Genomics Institute seeks
to improve competitiveness in the
region
SAMPLEPREP .................................. 14
Sage Science automates DNA
fractionation for next-gen
sequencing
PERSONALIZED MEDICINE .......... 15
LaBaer heads to Arizona State for
new biomarker initiative
In every issue
PRIMER.................................................7
The pace quickens
WHERE ARETHEY NOW?................ 9
Cancer, text mining, synthetic
biology, and early days of
consumer genomics
ZEITGEIST.......................................... 16
Bloggers abuzz
CAREERS........................................... 18
Giving the good talk
LAB REUNION................................. 20
Launch pad for rising stars
UNDERONE ROOF ......................... 22
Little state, big dreams
BRUTEFORCE ................................. 25
GPUs: here to stay
UPCOMINGEVENTS ...................... 56
BLUNT END....................................... 58
Upstream
SEQUENCING .................................. 45
LaserGen could improve
sequencing platforms
PROTEOMICS................................... 47
NHLBI to start third proteomics
program
RNA INTERFERENCE..................... 49
CombiMatrix to launch microRNAbased
screen
BIOINFORMATICS ............................51
GO terms aim to manage microbehost
interactions
Downstream
PGX..................................................... 52
As implementation looms, EEOC
holds GINA meeting
Q&A .................................................... 53
Progress for clinical trials
CASESTUDY..................................... 55
The screen machine
10 20 55

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