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Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics

Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics

With the recent advent of RNA-seq technology the proteomics community has begun to generate sample-specific protein databases for peptide and protein identification, an approach we call proteomics informed by transcriptomics (PIT). This approach has gained a lot of interest, particularly ...

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The Impact of Normalization Methods on RNA-Seq Data Analysis

The Impact of Normalization Methods on RNA-Seq Data Analysis

High-throughput sequencing technologies, such as the Illumina Hi-seq, are powerful new tools for investigating a wide range of biological and medical problems. Massive and complex data sets produced by the sequencers create a need for development of statistical and computational ...

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PAT-seq – genome wide 3′-UTR dynamics

PAT-seq – genome wide 3′-UTR dynamics

A major objective of systems biology is to quantitatively integrate multiple parameters from genome-wide measurements. To integrate gene expression with dynamics in poly(A) tail length and adenylation site, researchers at Monash University developed a targeted next-generation sequencing approach, Poly(A)-Test RNA-sequencing. ...

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