Monthly Archives: August 2010

UC vs NPG, continued…

I have to confess that I agree with the excerpt quoted below from the UC rep.  Hopefully this saga portends future progress in the scientific publishing field. From http://www.genomeweb.com//node/948284?hq_e=el&hq_m=798093&hq_l=3&hq_v=a2a10fac80: “Laine Farley, who directs UC’s California Digital Library, tells USA Today … Continue reading






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Genomic-level Testing: the Debate Continues

This is an interesting debate unfolding here: what to do about Direct To Consumer (DTC) genetic/genomic testing.  The two sides seem to be It’s my DNA and I want to know what’s there You may not get correct information on … Continue reading






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