Just returned from a great week at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) annual meeting and RNA-Seq was a big topic there. Saw some great presentations and posters describing the use of RNA sequencing as a powerful tool in the fight against a devastating disease. The exhibit hall was chock full of companies offering everything form library prep kits to sequencing services to data analysis software packages. There are companies providing all type of RNA sequecing services from microRNA to whole transcriptome sequencing.
You can find a list of the companies that exhibited at the conference at: http://www.aacr.org/Uploads/DocumentRepository/2013AM/exh_list.pdf
Does anyone who attended the conference have any comments on their experience?