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Postdoc Position Available – Clinical Bioinformatics

Postdoc Position Available – Clinical Bioinformatics

Postdoctoral Fellow, Clinical Bioinformatics Cambridge, Massachusetts 1030018 Role Description his position focuses on developing novel pipelines and computational approaches for RNA-seq data analyses, particularly isoform quantification and data normalization, and applying the methods to analyze RNA-seq data from inflammatory diseases. ...

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The potential of single-cell transcriptomics in plants

The potential of single-cell transcriptomics in plants

Single-cell RNA-seq works as efficiently in plant cells as in animal cells. Noise profiles are well understood and an early set of analytical approaches is now capable of extracting information not previously possible in pooled samples. The biggest technical challenges ...

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PhD Position Available – Bioinformatics

PhD Position Available –  Bioinformatics

Employer – OncoImmunity Website – http://www.oncoimmunity.com/ Location – Oslo Cancer Cluster, Ullernchauseen 64, Oslo, Norway Posted – 2 days ago Expires – May 01, 2016 Job type – PhD Studentship Salary – $45,000 – $55,000 Qualifications – Postgraduate – Master’s ...

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Measuring the Expression of SINE Retroelements with RNA-Seq

Measuring the Expression of SINE Retroelements with RNA-Seq

The regulation and control of SINE transcription is likely a key process to preserve the physiology and homeostasis of specific tissues and organs. This implies that the analysisof SINE expression is relevant to understand the mechanisms by which these elements ...

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Review of RNA-Seq Data Analysis Tools

Review of RNA-Seq Data Analysis Tools

The transcriptome is the entire set of RNA transcripts in a given cell for a specific developmental stage or physiological condition. Understanding the transcriptome is necessary for interpreting the functional elements of the genome as well as for understanding the ...

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