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  • paulieme60 paulieme60 Aug 1, 2013 4:01 PM Flag

    #SMRTseq Tweet chat: how it went down

    #SMRTseq Tweet chat: how it went down
    Naomi Attar on August 1, 2013 at 12:58 pm Tweet chat
    Genome Biology recently published a Correspondence article by Rich Roberts, Mauricio Carneiro and Mike Schatz that argued for a bigger uptake of PacBio's SMRT sequencing platform. Roberts followed this up with a Q&A in Biome, the online magazine recently launched by Genome Biology's publisher, BioMed Central. We decided to follow the Correspondence with a Twitter chat to debate the matters arising, the highlights of which we include below. For more of a preamble to the Twitter chat, please see our previous two blog posts here and here.
    Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on LinkedinShare by emailThe panel (the panel were joined by anyone who wanted to participate)
    Mike Schatz (@mike_schatz; Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory) - article co-author
    Mauricio Carneiro (@mauricinho; Broad Institute) - article co-author
    Mario Caccamo (@mcaccamo; TGAC) - Beyond The Genome organizing committee
    Jason Merkin (@jjmerkin; MIT, Burge lab) - Redditor interested in SMRT
    Eric Johnson (@SNPsaurus; SNPsaurus) - Redditor interested in SMRT
    (for links,go to IHUB PACB M B)

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