Friday, January 25, 2013

One way to keep up with new genome sequence publications - SIGS compilation

This is a very very helpful thing to keep up with new genome sequence releases/publications: Genome sequences published outside of Standards in Genomic Sciences, October-mid November 2012 | Nelson | Standards in Genomic Sciences.  From Oranmlyan Nelson and George Garrity in the SIGS Journal.  It is a bit mind boggling how many genome sequences are being determined and published.  Fun.  But mind boggling.  Anyway - good to have someone trying to keep track.  Also see GOLD: Genomes OnLine Database.

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