Monthly Archives: December 2011

Rainbow Trout Transcriptome

Researchers at the USDA have generated and characterized a reference transcriptome for rainbow trout that represents multiple tissues responding to multiple stressors common to aquaculture production environments. This resource compliments existing public transcriptome data and will facilitate approaches aiming to ...

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First Anolis carolinensis RNA-Seq data sets released

The transcriptome of embryos of the green anole, Anolis carolinensis Illumina HiSeq2000 RNA-Seq data sets for A. carolinensis whole embryo (28 and 38 somite-pair stages, approximately at egg laying and 1 day after egg laying) have been uploaded to the NIH NCBI NIH-GEO ...

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GC-Content Normalization for RNA-Seq Data

Transcriptome sequencing (RNA-Seq) has become the assay of choice for high-throughput studies of gene expression. However, as is the case with microarrays, major technology-related artifacts and biases affect the resulting expression measures. Normalization is therefore essential to ensure accurate inference ...

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Differential Expression for RNA-Seq

EMBO Practical Course on Analysis of High-Throughput Sequencing Data In this lecture, Wolfgang Huber, Group Leader in the Genome Biology Unit at EMBL Heidelberg, gives an introduction toRNA-Seq data as well as the statistical and computational methods used to analyse such data. ...

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Seminar Tomorrow: RNA-Seq transcriptome analysis

RNA-Seq transcriptome analysis for gene identification, polymorphism detection and transcript profiling in two perennial ryegrass genotypes with divergent vernalization requirement By senior scientist Torben Asp, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University Thursday, 15 December 2011 at 10:00-11:00 Center for ...

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RNA-Seq data records included in new miRNA Database: miRNEST

Despite accumulating data on animal and plant microRNAs and their functions, existing public miRNA resources usually collect miRNAs from a very limited number of species. A lot of microRNAs, including those from model organisms, remain undiscovered. As a result there ...

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