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More Transparency in Artificial Intelligence

Togther with many great collegaues, we have proposed a standardized registry for artificial intelligence (AI) in biomedicine to improve the reproducibility of results and create trust in the use of AI algorithms in biomedical research and, in the future, in everyday clinical practice. The paper has appeared in _Nature Methods_ and is freely available at [https://rdcu.be/cv5H7](https://rdcu.be/cv5H7).

Paper 'CSF proteome in multiple sclerosis subtypes related to brain lesion transcriptomes' now available

The paper 'CSF proteome in multiple sclerosis subtypes related to brain lesion transcriptomes' is now available on *Pubmed*.

BiCoN: Paper now published in Bioinformatics

The paper on the BiCoN tool (Biclustering Constrained by Networks) has now been published in *Bioinformatics*.

PySCNet: Preprint released on bioRxiv

A preprint of the paper regarding the PySCNet python toolkit is now available on bioRxiv.

DIGGER: Digging into alternative splicing

We are happy to announce the publication of the article for the DIGGER tool in *Nucleic Acids Research*.

New paper released: miRNA Alterations in Alzheimer's Disease Mouse Model

miRNA Alterations Elicit Pathways Involved in Memory Decline and Synaptic Function in the Hippocampus of Aged Tg4-42 Mice.

sPLINK: federated GWAS approach beats meta-analysis

A preprint of the paper regarding the sPLINK tool (privacy-preserving tool for GWAS) is now available on *bioRxiv*.

Multi-Omics Analysis in a Network Context: Chapter released on Elsevier

A new *Reference Module in Biomedical Science* "Multi-Omics Analysis in a Network Context" is now available on *Elsevier*.

CoVex: Our contribution to the fight against the pandemic

To address the COVID-19 pandemic we developed a drug repurposing tool, which integrates SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV interaction data.

EpiGEN: Paper published in Bioinformatics

We are happy to announce the publication of the article for the EpiGEN tool (epistasis simulation pipeline) in *Bioinformatics*.