ASHG 2012 Link Roundup

ASHG 2012 Link Roundup

ASHG 2012 Link Roundup

It has been a couple of weeks since the annual human genetics/genomics conference ASHG 2012 is over. A lot of science using Next-Gen sequencing were presented. And the Next-Gen sequencing technology companies announced and re-announced better and longer read technologies in the next couple of years. During the conference and since ASHG 2012 got over, a number of blogs have blogged the ASHG experience. Here is a long due coverage roundup of ASHG 2012.

  1. PacBio Read lengths increase to 5000 bases
  2. Illumina Announced MiSeq Grant winners at ASHG 2012
  3. Oxford Nanopore Technologies showed off MinION and GridION prototypes at ASHG2012
  4. Nature Blog: Sequencing companies show off for genetics meeting
  5. 23andMe’s Presentations at ASHG 2012
  6. 1000 Genomes Tutorial and Poster Slides #ASHG2012
  7. 23andMe: Data on Personal Genetics at ASHG 2012
  8. Storified: Daniel MacArthur’s Talk at ASHG 2012
  9. Gene Expression: Reflections on the evolution at ASHG 2012
  10. Genetic Inference: ASHG 2012 Who does family studies?
  11. Illumina Blog: Illumina Discovery Symposium at ASHG 2012, Part One
  12. Illumina Blog: Illumina Discovery Symposium at ASHG, Part Two
  13. DNANexus: ASHG: With Great Science Comes Great Responsibility
  14. Barrett’s Group: ASHG 2012: An incremental year

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