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ChIP-RNA-seq

ChIP-RNA-seq

Intro Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, lec 23 ChIP-seq and RNA-seq presented by Stuart Brown

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piPipes – a set of pipelines for piRNA and transposon analysis via small RNA-seq, RNA-seq, degradome- and CAGE-seq, ChIP-seq and genomic DNA sequencing

piPipes – a set of pipelines for piRNA and transposon analysis via small RNA-seq, RNA-seq, degradome- and CAGE-seq, ChIP-seq and genomic DNA sequencing

PIWI-interacting RNAs (piRNAs), 23-36 nt small silencing RNAs, repress transposon expression in the metazoan germ line, thereby protecting the genome. Although high-throughput sequencing has made it possible to examine the genome and transcriptome at unprecedented resolution, extracting useful information from ...

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RNA-Rocket: An RNA-Seq Analysis Resource for Infectious Disease Research

RNA-Rocket: An RNA-Seq Analysis Resource for Infectious Disease Research

RNA-Seq is a method for profiling transcription using high-throughput sequencing and is an important component of many research projects that wish to study transcript isoforms, condition specific expression, and transcriptional structure. The methods, tools, and technologies employed to perform RNA-Seq ...

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Next-generation sequencing turns 10!

Next-generation sequencing turns 10!

Ten years ago next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies appeared on the market. During the past decade, tremendous progress has been made in terms of speed, read length, and throughput, along with a sharp reduction in per-base cost. Together, these advances democratized ...

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Upcoming Workshop – RNA-Seq and ChiP-Seq Data Analysis

Upcoming Workshop – RNA-Seq and ChiP-Seq Data Analysis

Venue: European Bioinformatics Institute, CB10 1SD, United Kingdom See map: Google Maps Date: Wednesday, July 9, 2014 – Thursday, July 10, 2014 Organizers:  Gabriella Rustici , Cambridge University, UK Admin support:  Rebecca Greenhaff , EMBL-EBI, UK Registration Opens Date: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 ...

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INsPeCT: INtegrative Platform for Cancer Transcriptomics

INsPeCT: INtegrative Platform for Cancer Transcriptomics

The emergence of transcriptomics, fuelled by high-throughput sequencing technologies, has changed the nature of cancer research and resulted in a massive accumulation of data. Computational analysis, integration, and data visualization are now major bottlenecks in cancer biology and translational research. ...

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ALEA: a toolbox for allele-specific epigenomics analysis

ALEA: a toolbox for allele-specific epigenomics analysis

The assessment of expression and epigenomic status using sequencing based methods provides an unprecedented opportunity to identify and correlate allelic differences with epigenomic status. A team led by researchers at the BC Cancer Agency, Canada have deic variants in human ...

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