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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RNA-Seq Blog Poll Results

We asked: Which candidate would you vote for in the upcoming U.S. presidential election? We closed this poll just before the actual election results were revealed so as not to influence our own poll.  Looks like Barack Obama wins again, ...

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RNA-Seq Blog Poll Results

Looks like there is high confidence among the RNA sequencing community that the MiSeq will be the dominant benchtop sequencer. It is also interesting that this poll reached 100 voters much more quickly than most of our previous polls.  Is ...

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Sequencing Survey Results

Since we just opened up our latest poll “Can you predict the winner in the battle of the bench-top sequencers?” which is of course, an opinion poll, I thought everyone would be interested to know that as of right now, ...

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RNA-Seq Blog Poll Results

Well, we let this poll go on a little bit longer than normal hoping that one of the choices would pull away from the other.  But alas, the split has been nearly equal since the poll has been up.  There ...

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RNA-Seq Blog – Poll Results

We asked:  microRNA-Seq reveals isoforms of mature microRNAs not discernable with microarray. Are these isoforms truly a result of alt processing during biogenesis or are they merely artefacts of library prep? Total Voters: 89 True Isoforms (61%, 54 Votes) Library ...

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RNA-Seq Blog – Poll Results

Will the Roche purchase of Illumina benefit researchers performing RNA-Seq experiments?  N=75 Well the results show that most of you think its not a good idea for Roche to purchase Illumina, but I think its interesting that almost 30% believe ...

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RNA-Seq Poll Results

We asked: Do we yet have a firm handle on the most appropriate/accurate pipeline for analysis of RNA-Seq datasets? The overwhelming result was: NO. Given these results, we thought we should did a little deeper and find out what y’all ...

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