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I'm late to the party. Just found another #amplicon #clustering approach - interesting, but already from 2014: "Swarm: robust and fast clustering method for amplicon-based studies" by Mahé et al.

103 days ago
@markmoby @rmounce Looked like you were talking at cross purposes, glad to see our views here were broadly in line :) From my own work, book chapter and paper have the most overlap - but do cite each other.

@thosjleeper @joshdeleeuw also see Carp (2012) and Vasilevsky et al. (2013)

605 days ago
Harmine stimulates proliferation of hNPC via @thePeerJ

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