Back in the 20th century, when Todd Lowe was a happy PhD student in my lab in St. Louis instead of toiling in irons as professor and chair at the Department of Biomolecular Engineering at UCSC, he wrote a program called snoscan for searching the yeast genome sequence for 2'-O-methyl guide C/D snoRNAs (small nucleolar RNAs), using a … Continue reading snoscan and squid in the 21st century
This is wrong on so many levels. I taught two of these young whippersnappers computational biology at WashU -- I should've stopped them when I had a chance. (I hope that old dude at the end isn't supposed to be me.) An Interview With Cofactor Genomics from Grant Essig on Vimeo.