We looked inside some of the tweets by @nepaliaashish and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Our paper on gut microbiome transition across a lifestyle gradient in Himalaya is out today in @PLOSBiology. It was great working with @emo_davenport @yos_h @MeDinesh43 @sar1234tan @GabiFragiadakis @SherlockpHolmes @cdbustamante @GutBugs2. https://bit.ly/2zTh6Yo
For years the #genomics community was fixated on missing heritability. It should have been on missing diversity. https://www.cell.com/cell/pdf/S0092-8674(19)30231-4.pdf … @CellCellPress #openaccess @SarahTishkoff, Giorgio Sirugo, Scott Williams @PennMedicine @CellPressNews
A great overview of the current progress in the Stanford microbiome community. https://stanfordmag.org/contents/intestinal-fortitude …
A great issue on human evolutionary genetics edited by Brenna Henn (@HennLab) and myself. Great reviews by great people. Thanks to all. Enjoy it. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development | Genetics of Human Origins | http://ScienceDirect.com https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/current-opinion-in-genetics-and-development/vol/53/suppl/C …
What an amazing collection of papers spanning major aspects of human genetics!
Teachers! Parents! It is legal and perfectly welcome to email scientists asking for a PDF of their paper. Until all papers are free, please RT to make this more widely known. And fyi, scientists don't get the $$ from sales of papers so all it costs us is 1 minute of time! https://twitter.com/kejames/status/703238540990259200 …
If any teachers need a copy of any of the papers I have ever published, please reach out. I will also make the data and scripts from my most recent paper available. Bonus: an hour of my time over skype, if you are in a public school. #openscience
In this paper we humanized mice with stool from lean and obese Ghanaian and American women, and only the stool from lean Ghanian women protected the animal against an obesity-causing diet. And that microbiome was much more stable and network connected
All that they were wearing was shirts and pants to escape the chilling weather. Most of them were #barefoot and were shivering in the #cold. Only a few students were wearing slippers. Those without #slippers belong to the #Chepang community. https://is.gd/EY1XA6
This is how the little children of the Chepang community, one of the peoples I have worked with on Nepal, live their lives. This is absolutely not okay. Any suggestions what I can do to help?
I'm proud of our new preprint (led by @GeneScientist17 & @LB_Barreiro) on the functional evolutionary genomics of cellular immune response differences between Batwa hunter-gatherers & Bakiga agriculturalists from Uganda: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/12/04/487207 … (1/5)
Super interesting. Looking forward to reading this.
Congratulations to James Zou, et al, for today's publication of a primer on deep learning in genomics in Nature Genetics, with an accompanying interactive online tutorial. Access primer at: https://go.nature.com/2KBnJDq and tutorial at: https://colab.research.google.com/drive/17E4h5aAOioh5DiTo7MZg4hpL6Z_0FyWr …
A fantastic 'deep learning for genomics' interactive tutorial from my BDS colleague James Zou. Nicely done!