News from the group:
CAMDA 2000-2020
ISMB Conference Track,
13-14 July 220, Montreal
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NVIDIA GTC Best Poster Award
for MM Kańduła
at GTC'18
Outstanding Presentation Prize
for MM Kańduła
at CAMDA'17
Outstanding Presentation Prize
for PP Łabaj
at CAMDA'15 (photo)
Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation scholarship
for MM Kańduła
at Boston University
OeAW APART fellowship
for PP Łabaj

Sequencing Quality Control (SEQC) project,
MAQC Consortium 2011–2014 (read more)
Host–parasite interactions in biocontrol, WWTF grant 2010–2013 (read more)

Power and limitations of RNA-Seq,
FDA SEQC, Nature Biotechnology (read more)
Characterization and improvement of RNA-Seq precision,
Bioinformatics (read more)
Impact of heavy tails in microarray analysis, Bioinformatics (read more)
Novel conserved repeats in sorting signals,
FEBS Journal (read more)
Sound sensation gene,
Nature communications
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RNA interference in ageing research,
Gerontology (read more)
Sequence alignment-based relative conservation scores

Figure 4: Sequence alignment based conservation scores. The left panel displays the average L-repeat conservation scores for the examined species, comprising five tetrapods ('+') and five non-tetrapods('-'). The right panel displays the average L-repeat relative conservation scores (see Methods). For the organisms closest to human, some signal peptides were identical. Perfectly matching signal pep-tides cannot provide information about the conservation of an L-repeat relative to the remaining signal sequence, as both show 100% sequence identity. Consequently, for tetrapods, scores excluding these proteins are shown. This Figure displays similarity based scores. Analogous scores based on identity% are shown in Suppl. Fig. S6.

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