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Oscillatoria redekei bacteria, observed in Rambla del Puerto del Garruchal, Murcia, Spain.
13 Sep 2021

Improving processing and quality of DNA data for biodiversity research

ENA and Global Biodiversity Information Facility create stable pipeline for sequence-based records Read more

Cells organised according to their transcript data changing to the seqFISH mouse embryo map
06 Sep 2021

The Spatial Mouse Atlas: new insights into cell fate

Researchers have combined spatial gene expression information with single-cell genomics data to create a high-resolution atlas of mouse organogenesis   Read more

Abstract illustration of nanoparticles flowing inside helicoidal nanotube
02 Aug 2021

Using ultrafast technology for protein sequencing

Funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 has been awarded to a consortium of researchers developing a new method for protein sequencing    Read more

Protein structures representing the data obtained via AlphaFold
22 Jul 2021

DeepMind and EMBL release the most complete database of predicted 3D structures of human proteins

Partners use AlphaFold, the AI system recognised last year as a solution to the protein structure prediction problem, to release more than 350,000 protein structure predictions including the entire human proteome to the scientific community    Read more

Protein structural biology
22 Jul 2021

Great expectations – the potential impacts of AlphaFold DB

A discussion of the applications that AlphaFold DB may enable and the possible impact of the resource on science and society Read more

Mouse-ear cress protein structure prediction from the AlphaFold database
22 Jul 2021

Accessible 3D protein models to accelerate scientific discovery

DeepMind and EMBL-EBI to make millions of protein structure predictions freely available to the scientific community Read more

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