Monthly Archives: December 2012

RNA-Seq Blog – Poll Results

RNA-Seq Blog – Poll Results

We asked – Assuming Human samples, how many biological replicates from each test group are required for good RNA-Seq data? Total Responses – 168 Thanks to all who participated and check out our new poll in the left-hand sidebar.

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New Methods for HLA typing from RNA-Seq Data

The Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) is key to many aspects of human physiology and medicine. All current sequence-based HLA typing methodologies are targeted approaches requiring the amplification of specific HLA gene segments. Whole genome, exome and transcriptome shotgun sequencing can ...

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Abundance of cis-NATs and nat-siRNAs in rice

Cis-natural antisense transcripts (cis-NATs) are RNAs transcribed from the antisense strand of a gene locus, and are complementary to the RNA transcribed from the sense strand. Common techniques including microarray approach and analysis of transcriptome databases are the major ways ...

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Transcriptomic analysis of 'Suli' pear by RNA-Seq

Bud dormancy is a critical developmental process that allows perennial plants to survive unfavorable environmental conditions. Pear is one of the most important deciduous fruit trees in the world, but the mechanisms regulating bud dormancy in this species are unknown. ...

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