Genome Biology has published work that introduces a new website and program called Teaser. With the aim of optimizing parameter settings for individualized data, find out more from co-author Fritz Sedlazeck here.
Brazil is renowned for many things: beaches, samba, carnival – and an increasing amount of top quality virology. So it was with great interest and excitement that I attended the XXVI Congresso Brasileiro de Virologia (Brazilian Congress of Virology) this month.
Following the publication of research into the origins and evolution of modern cattle using whole-genome sequencing in Genome Biology, author David MacHugh explains more about their findings in this guest blog.
Today Microbiomepublished research on the microbiomes of dust particles collected from the International Space Station. But what can we learn from this? Here co-author Kasthuri Venkateswaran from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory reveals more in this Q+A.
Disproportionate burden of cancer cases attributable to infections in HIV-positive patients has been estimated using HIV and cancer registry data from 1996–2010. About 40% of cancers in HIV-positive people were caused by infections, compared with only 4% in the general population.
Hereditas has now published it’s first articles on the BioMed Central platform. To mark the journal launch we met with new co-Editor-in-Chief Professor Yongyong Shi to learn more about his background in genetics.
Since it began, Genome Biology has committed to publishing high-impact, high-quality research. Here Dominique talks more about the journal’s contribution to open access publishing over the past 15 years.