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How safe is your research data?

http://www.labnews.co.uk/features/how-safe-is-your-data/

research data academia 

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"Figshare is a new resource, and it has grown and innovated substantially since it was first developed. Librarians should make sure students and researchers looking for data are aware of the resource and ­encourage faculty at their institutions to share their data, especially those without an institutional repository. The free account will be suitable for most users, but libraries supporting larger labs may find the premium plans worth the small investment."

http://reviews.libraryjournal.com/2014/04/reference/ereviews/explore-rocks-backpages-research-connect-data-with-figshare-reference-ereviews/

libraries librarians research data openresearch 

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Stromal-epithelial separation for breast cancer tissue microarrays from histopathology:

http://figshare.com/articles/Stromal_epithelial_separation_for_breast_cancer_tissue_microarrays_from_histopathology/997514

breast  cancer bioinformatics 

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IGH of shared B-cell lineages were identified among 454 pyrosequenced heavy chain rearrangements from 8 subjects by clustering of near identical sequences.  

http://figshare.com/articles/IGH_lineages_that_span_multiple_isotypes/974770

"Each IGH amplification included a small region of the IGHC gene that allowed the assignment of the rearrangements isotype.  Lineages that included IGH from more than a single isotype were identified.  These lineages are represented in the plot by arcs that connect a lineage member from one isotype to the other isotypes that it was associated with."

open research 

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Molecular dynamics of rubromycin derivatives bound to WT and mutant reverse transcriptase:

http://figshare.com/articles/Molecular_dynamics_of_rubromycin_derivatives_bound_to_WT_and_mutant_reverse_transcriptase/979429

Computational development of rubromycin-based lead compounds for HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibition.

#openresearch #computational #chemistry