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We are pleased to share with you our September content update, featuring journal news, top articles and our most recent table of contents.

 
 
Journal News

 
 

Microbiome Biology Special Issue launched

The special issue on Microbiome Biology, guest edited by Rob Knight (UC San Diego, USA), Ruth Ley (MPI for Developmental Biology, Tuebingen, Germany), Elizabeth Grice (University of Pennsylvania, USA) and Jeroen Raes (KU Leuven, Belgium), has launched.

The special issue, joint with BMC Biology, will be publishing research, methods, and reviews covering diverse areas of microbiome research.

Look for our content being published over the next several months here.

Andrew Cosgrove will be going to Genome Informatics in Cold Spring Harbor, NY from November 6-9th. Email us to set up a meeting.

 
 
Featured articles

 
 
Article1
Comparative genomic analysis of six Glossina genomes, vectors of African trypanosomes

Comparative analysis of six Glossina genomes demonstrate the genetics underlying tsetse fly biology.
 
 
 
Article2
MITRE: inferring features from microbiota time-series data linked to host status

MITRE is a supervised machine learning method for microbiome time-series analysis.
 
 
 
Article3
Impact of poly(A)-tail G-content on Arabidopsis PAB binding and their role in enhancing translational efficiency

Zhao and colleagues show the regulatory roles of poly(A)-binding proteins on the expression of endogenous genes in Arabidopsis.

 
 
 
 
Table of contents
 

  

 

Comment

EDITORIAL

Expanding the scope and scale of microbiome research

Rob Knight et al.


EDITORIAL

How to meet your ‘silent partner’: tips for approaching editors at conferences

Yixin Yao

 
 

Review


REVIEW

When the levee breaks: a practical guide to sketching algorithms for processing the flood of genomic data
Will P. M. Rowe


 
 

Research

RESEARCH
Contrasting patterns of longitudinal population dynamics and antimicrobial resistance mechanisms in two priority bacterial pathogens over 7 years in a single center

Matthew J. Ellington et al.

RESEARCH
Comparative genomic analysis of six Glossina genomes, vectors of African trypanosomes

Geoffrey M. Attardo et al.


RESEARCH
Impact of poly(A)-tail G-content on Arabidopsis PAB binding and their role in enhancing translational efficiency
Taolan Zhao et al.

RESEARCH
A comparison of automatic cell identification methods for single-cell RNA sequencing data
Tamim Abdelaal et al.

RESEARCH
The first enhancer in an enhancer chain safeguards subsequent enhancer-promoter contacts from a distance
Wei Song et al.

RESEARCH
Divergent neuronal DNA methylation patterns across human cortical development reveal critical periods and a unique role of CpH methylation
Amanda J. Price et al.

METHOD
MPRAnalyze: statistical framework for massively parallel reporter assays
Tal Ashuach et al.

METHOD
MITRE: inferring features from microbiota time-series data linked to host status
Elijah Bogart et al.

METHOD
TOAST: improving reference-free cell composition estimation by cross-cell type differential analysis
Ziyi Li and Hao Wu

METHOD
scBFA: modeling detection patterns to mitigate technical noise in large-scale single-cell genomics data
Ruoxin Li and Gerald Quon

METHOD
Quantitative MNase-seq accurately maps nucleosome occupancy levels
Răzvan V. Chereji et al.

SOFTWARE
Cytoscape Automation: empowering workflow-based network analysis
David Otasek et al.

SOFTWARE
CUT&RUNTools: a flexible pipeline for CUT&RUN processing and footprint analysis
Qian Zhu et al.

 
 

Interactions

OPEN LETTER
Reproducible biomedical benchmarking in the cloud: lessons from crowd-sourced data challenges
Kyle Ellrott et al.

CORRECTION
Correction to: Spatial chromatin architecture alteration by structural variations in human genomes at the population scale
Michal Sadowski et al.

CORRECTION
Correction to: Epigenetic signatures associated with imprinted paternally expressed genes in the Arabidopsis endosperm
Jordi Moreno-Romero et al.

 
 
 
 
 
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