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A 10-step guide to party conversation for bioinformaticians

Alicia Oshlack

Genome Biology 2013, 14:104  doi:10.1186/gb-2013-14-1-104

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long overdue

Ramneek Gupta   (2013-02-07 10:04)  Technical University of Denmark

Clearly a tutorial that has been missing for a long time, leaving many gloomy bioinformaticians in glamorous parties. The line I seem to have more success with lately is '.. DNA .. yes, so being able to tell whether you like or hate coriander, or have dry or wet earwax'.... If that fails, the male infertility GWAS is usually a hit.

Competing interests

May not be entirely sober at time of writing.

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