Let’s begin 2020 with a run-down of our Top Ten most viewed* Behind the Paper posts of 2019, book-ended by blood type-converting enzymes and a new sequencing method for yeast.
Taking the top spot, a post by Peter Rahfeld describing enzymes in the human gut that can convert A type blood into O type.
The importance of context in analyzing antibiotic resistance is our second most viewed post, contributed by Frederic Raymond.
Do not ignore microorganisms, writes Ricardo Cavicchioli, our Behind the Paper at no.3. This is Ricardo’s second Behind the Paper post this year and fourth in total - congratulations on the research and thanks for sharing your stories on the community!
Our post at no.8 began on social media and argues that most bacterial and archaeal taxa remain uncultured, written by Andrew Decker Steen.
Thanks to all our Behind the Paper contributors from 2019 (we published an incredible 398 posts) and congratulations to those that made our Top Ten. We look forward to many more microbial stories in 2020.
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Poster image is from Andrew Decker Steen's Behind the Paper (no.8)