Monthly Archives: February 2012

Modeling RNA degradation for RNA-Seq

Methods for the estimation of the transcript’s abundance using RNA-Seq data have been intensively studied, many of which are based on the assumption that the short-reads of RNA-Seq are uniformly distributed along the transcripts. However, the short-reads are found to ...

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Shareholders sue Illumina over Roche bid

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter (GenomeWeb News) – Shareholders have filed a class action lawsuit against Illumina alleging a conflict of interest and a breach of fiduciary responsibilities in connection to Roche’s $5.7 billion hostile bid for the San Diego ...

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RNA-Seq to Measure Protein Abundance

Within the proteomics community there is a substantial interest in development of novel label-free quantitative proteomic strategies. One strategy is to take advantage of an increasing number of studies involving integrative analysis of gene and protein expression data that are ...

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Expression Analysis Announces RNA-SEQ Grant Program

DURHAM, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–EA announced it is working with Golden Helix and Illumina to offer three (3) fully-funded grants for RNA-Seq studies and data analysis to support cutting-edge projects that show promise in identifying genetic elements important to enhance the understanding ...

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Leveraging in Statistical Analysis of RNA-Seq

SPEAKER: Professor Ping Ma Department of Statistics Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign TIME & PLACE: Monday, February 20, 2012 12:00-1:00p The Forum, WID/MIR Building Dept of Statistics Univ of Wisconsin, Madison ABSTRACT: With the rapid development of second-generation sequencing technologies, ...

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