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Most Read Blog Posts – December 2014

Most Read Blog Posts – December 2014

Comparative evaluation of gene set analysis approaches for RNA-Seq data 1,472 Views EDDA – Experimental Design in Differential Abundance Analysis 1,380 Views Strategies for transcriptional splice variant detection 1,304 Views The RNA-seqlopedia – an overview of RNA-seq and of the ...

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Most Read Blog Posts – October 2014

Most Read Blog Posts – October 2014

A Comparison of Next Generation Sequencing Technologies for Transcriptome Assembly 1,502 Views Analysis of the RNA content of the exosomes derived from blood serum and urine and its potential as biomarkers 1,471 Views Choosing a next-generation sequencing pipeline 1,284 Views ...

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Meet the Winner of Appistry’s Pipeline Challenge

Meet the Winner of Appistry’s Pipeline Challenge

Today Appistry announced the winner of its inaugural Pipeline Challenge. The winner is a project team led by Dr. Benjamin Darbro, director of the Shivanand R. Patil Cytogenetics and Molecular Laboratory at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics. Dr. Darbro won ...

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New Computational Biology Consulting Core at Johns Hopkins

New Computational Biology Consulting Core at Johns Hopkins

The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is striving to become an exemplary model for biomedical research. An important goal is to offer core computational functions that will serve the data-intensive needs of investigators within the institution. To facilitate that need, ...

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Next Gen Sequencing or Microarray: How to Make the Choice

Next Gen Sequencing or Microarray: How to Make the Choice

from BitsizeBio by Kristin Harper You’re about to start that big project you’ve been dreaming of for years. You’ve identified a potential miracle compound and want to figure out how it affects gene expression. But how are you going to ...

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Multiple Studies Cite Progress toward Quality Transcriptomes

Multiple Studies Cite Progress toward Quality Transcriptomes

from Genetic Engineering News RNA sequencing (RNA-seq), a means of depicting the transcriptome, is being used with increasing frequency to characterize a growing array of conditions—everything from prenatal birth defects to disorders of the elderly. Yet the technique, which is ...

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RNA-Seq with iReport and InSilico DB

RNA-Seq with iReport and InSilico DB

RNA-Seq, or transcriptome sequencing, continues to be an exciting way to explore gene expression using next-generation sequencing (NGS). But for many researchers, the interpretation of RNA-Seq data remains a daunting task because they are using spreadsheets to read transcript names ...

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