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Post-Doc Position Available – Single-Cell Bioinformatics

Post-Doc Position Available – Single-Cell Bioinformatics

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Job ID  – 5035 Type – Regular Full-Time Company  – Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Location – US-WA-Seattle Job Description Responsibilities A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available immediately in the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division (VIDD) ...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Bioinformatics ‘Omics Analyst

Featured RNA-Seq Job – Bioinformatics ‘Omics Analyst

Job #263254120 MIT Lincoln Laboratory Lexington, MA Group 48-Bioengineering Systems and Technologies The Bioengineering Systems and Technologies Group seeks to improve the performance of human-centered missions through prevention of injury and disease, improving sensing and identification of people and their ...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Bioinformatics Analyst IV 613590 (NCI)

Featured RNA-Seq Job – Bioinformatics Analyst IV 613590 (NCI)

Leidos (Frederick, MD) COMPANY INFORMATION Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, operates the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. Our focus is on basic and applied science in cancer and ...

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Featured RNA-Seq Job – Sequence Pipeline Developer

Featured RNA-Seq Job – Sequence Pipeline Developer

University of California – San Francisco (San Francisco, CA) Req Number – 42709BR Job Title – Sequence Pipeline Developer Job Code and Payroll Title – 7275 PROGRAMMER/ANALYST III Location – Mission Bay Department Name – Psychiatry Work Days – Monday ...

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Quantification of co-transcriptional splicing from RNA-Seq data

Quantification of co-transcriptional splicing from RNA-Seq data

During gene expression, protein-coding transcripts are shaped by multiple processing events: 5′ end capping, pre-mRNA splicing, RNA editing, and 3′ end cleavage and polyadenylation. These events are required to produce mature mRNA, which can be subsequently translated. Nearly all of ...

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