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Using bioinformatics training to boost research capacities in resource-limited regions

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@TuyisengeEpiph1 This is a start up ,but you will have limited datas and materials .. anyway this is a start up https://t.co/b4BA9YUffH
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@segenetica @elenagomezdiaz @NatureBiotech Preprint is here: https://t.co/jZR7zca0ma
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2/2 I srongly believe that bionformatics is one of the most sustainable scientific direction for developing countries. Read more in our recent preprint https://t.co/wQc6E9VQAz
RT @serghei_mangul: 1/2 Our preprint about bioinformatics training to boost research capacities in resource-limited regions is live! With @…
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RT @serghei_mangul: 1/2 Our preprint about bioinformatics training to boost research capacities in resource-limited regions is live! With @…
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Using bioinformatics training to boost research capacities in resource-limited regions https://t.co/L7aBMVMWbf
1/2 Our preprint about bioinformatics training to boost research capacities in resource-limited regions is live! With @VitrifiedAdobe @BenLangmead @DavisCompGen J. Sanchezgalan, P. Pevzner https://t.co/wQc6E9VQAz A resource guide (beta version) is here: https://t.co/86y63Xk0b1
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Competing Interests

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Serghei Mangul approved the final draft.

Lana Martin approved the final draft.

Ben Langmead approved the final draft.

Javier Sanchez Galan approved the final draft.

Ian Toma approved the final draft.

Pavel Pevzner approved the final draft.

Eleazar Eskin approved the final draft.

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The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

We are not providing data with this preprint submission.

Funding

J. E. S-G is supported by the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores (SNI) from La Secretaría Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación (SENACYT), which is administered by the federal government of Panama. S.M. and L.M. receive support from the Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biosciences (QCBio) at UCLA. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.


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