Sunday, February 27

arrrgh, matey!

My first article from my new job came out a couple days ago. Unfortunately the magazine requires a subscription to read the online news. But fortunately some Korean biotech institute has pirated all the articles from the website and built their own, publicly-available archive of the articles.

So here's my piece, courtesy some academic pirates.
Genome of Deadly Amoeba Sequenced
The newly sequenced genome of a deadly parasitic amoeba shows that it has borrowed a surprising number of genes from bacteria. The sequence helps clear up questions about the evolution of the parasite and could help researchers develop new therapies and diagnostic tools....


And if you ever want to find more articles by me, click here, then wait 15 seconds.


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