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What publications do you read most often?
Curtis Knox
Posted: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 9:57 AM
Joined: 3/4/2011
Posts: 2

I have a question for all the NGS leaders members.  We all know that scientific articles and useful information get published (in print or online) in all kinds of places.  Usually, the article is posted to an area that is specific to the primary topic being discussed (cancer, etc.).  However, I would like to know what publications, trade magazines, or websites (other than the excellent NGS leadershappy ) that you go to for your information.  Is there a "go to" source that you read or visit regularly to catch up on the advancements happening in NGS applications?

Please respond if you can.  I think getting a discussion going about the multiple sources of information out there will benefit all of us, since there are likely sources that one person knows about and another doesn't.

I look forward to seeing everyone's comments.

Yiran Guo
Posted: Monday, March 5, 2012 12:00 PM
Joined: 5/3/2011
Posts: 1

Usually I go to GenomeWeb.com
John Methot
Posted: Monday, March 5, 2012 12:24 PM
Joined: 3/5/2012
Posts: 1

If you're a Google+ user, search (in G+) for "next generation sequencing" then click "save this search". I've learned a lot from posts in that virtual stream.
Tim Smith
Posted: Monday, March 5, 2012 4:05 PM
Joined: 12/7/2011
Posts: 1

I agree about GenomeWeb, has a "sequencing papers of note" post each week.  Related from them is Clinical Sequencing News that has same for clinical bent.  I did the google approach for a while but got so many alerts I shut it off, I appreciate the filtering that GenomeWeb does while realizing it might filter out stuff I would have wanted to see.
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