While we can certainly improve on our efforts to make our work open and reproducible, we have published a series of products over the last few years that have had associated code/data repositories that have accompanied the narratives (aka manuscripts).
We now know just a little more about sea star wasting disease, particularly as it pertains to the host response. Today a paper looking at gene expression in infected sea stars (Pycnopodia helianthoides) using RNA-seq is published in PLoS ONE:
This week the manuscript “Development of Genomic Resources for a thraustochytrid Pathogen and Investigation of Temperature Influences on Gene Expression” was published. Photo: Students in FHL EIMD course hard at work on bioinformatic analysis of transcriptome and genomic data
Emma’s paper on shotgun proteomics was recently published where she describes the value of shotgun proteomics in physiological studies. Timmins-Schiffman EB* Nunn BL, Goodlett DR and Roberts SB. (2013) Shotgun proteomics as a viable approach for biological discovery in the
We recently published the sequenced transcriptomes (suite of expressed genes) of pinto abalone and Olympia oyster in the journal Molecular Ecology Resources. The focus of this study was to identify genomic resources to aid conservation efforts for these two native