MethylCal: Results published in FASEB

New results from our interdisciplinary work are now online. The recently published article, entitled “Transcriptomic and epigenetic regulation of disuse atrophy and return to activity in skeletal muscle“, by Dr. Andrew Fisher, Dr. Robert Seaborne, et al., investigates the transcriptome … Read more

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[NII] 205 μm line emission as an SFR tracer

My paper presenting the [NII] 205 – 24 μm correlation is now on arxiv. My original aim for this work was just to produce a short research note to support part of the methodology in my recent paper on the … Read more

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Stacking optical spectra of galaxies

Here’s a short animation showing the effects of stacking up spectra. Measuring the intensities and equivalent widths of emission lines can be tricky in galaxy spectra where the signal-to-noise (S/N) is low, mostly due to difficulty in determining the baseline … Read more

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MethylCal: Results presented in Switzerland

My new data analysis tool has been helping produce science results! I recently blogged about writing the MethylCal program to aid the analysis of experiments in epigenetics, where studies are designed to shed light on the various intrinsic or environmental … Read more

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MethylCal: A Python project for Windows

This week, I jumped on the opportunity to apply my skills to a different field of research. On Tuesday, researchers working in the Stem Cells, Ageing and Molecular Physiology Unit at the Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool … Read more

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