Monthly Archives: July 2012

Effects of Drought on Gene Expression in Maize Revealed by RNA-Seq

Drought stress affects cereals especially during the reproductive stage. Researchers at Virginia Tech University studied the maize (Zea mays) drought transcriptome using RNA-Seq analysis to compare drought treated and well-watered fertilized ovary and basal leaf meristem tissue. More drought responsive ...

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Advanced NGS Course – RNA-Seq Data Analysis

Date                October 15-17th 2012 Location          Amsterdam Medical Centre (AMC) Keywords       Next-generation sequencing, NGS, data analysis, RNA-seq, transcriptome Organiser         NBIC

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RNA-Seq Workshop at iPlant Collaborative – University of Arizona

Date and Time 10:00AM – 3:00PM on July 27, 2012 Location TW Keating Building Room 433, University of Arizona Primary Contact Please contact with any questions. Register Details THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL; we are keeping a waitlist if ...

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Incorporating RNA-seq data into the Zebrafish Ensembl Gene Build

Ensembl gene annotation provides a comprehensive catalogue of transcripts aligned to the reference sequence. It relies on publicly available species specific and orthologous transcripts plus their inferred protein sequence. The accuracy of gene models is improved by increasing the species ...

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Upcoming Conference – Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology – BIOCOMP BG 2012 20-21 Sept – Varna, Bugaria The conference aims to provide an ideal platform for people to share research ideas and experiences in the fields of Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and ...

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New approaches toward discovery of novel translocations

Chromosome rearrangements that result in gene fusions have important roles in the initial steps of tumorigenesis, especially in leukemias and lymphomas, but the biological and clinical impact of gene fusions in common solid tumors are less understood. Researchers at the ...

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