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ENCODE 2016 – Research Applications and Users Meeting

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June 8th – 10th, 2016 Li Ka Shing Center – Stanford University Hands-on training workshops to learn to navigate, analyze, and integrate ENCODE and mouse        ENCODE data into your research.  No programming experience required. Leading-edge research applications from distinguished invited ...

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GTEx Project Community Scientific Meeting

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July 11, 2016 The 2016 GTEx Project Community Meeting will be held at Stanford University. The meeting will highlight current data sets and types available, various tools being developed for these data types, and results from applying them to the ...

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Genome-wide map of regulatory interactions in the human genome

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Increasing evidence suggests that interactions between regulatory genomic elements play an important role in regulating gene expression. Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine generated a genome-wide interaction map of regulatory elements in human cells (ENCODE tier 1 cells, K562, ...

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iRegulon: From a Gene List to a Gene Regulatory Network

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Identifying master regulators of biological processes and mapping their downstream gene networks are key challenges in systems biology. Researchers at the KU Leuven Center for Human Genetics developed a computational method, called iRegulon, to reverse-engineer the transcriptional regulatory network underlying ...

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Querying the Cancer Transcriptome

from Genetic Engineering News by Richard A. Stein, M.D., Ph.D. The complex and dynamic transcriptional patterns unveiled by the ENCyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project, together with the finding that less than 2% of the transcriptional output of the human ...

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