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Ovation RNA-Seq Targeted Depletion with InDA-C Technology

Ovation RNA-Seq Targeted Depletion with InDA-C Technology

<iframe width=”853″ height=”480″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/2Ph7V_lTFjg?rel=0″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> This video provides an overview of the InDA-C technology, used in NuGEN’s RNA-Seq workflows to enable depletion of unwanted transcripts from RNA-Seq libraries. Included are a description of the molecular mechanism and data from ...

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Detection of Plant Viruses in Natural Environments by Using RNA-Seq

Detection of Plant Viruses in Natural Environments by Using RNA-Seq

Sequencing of RNA by next generation sequencers, RNA-Seq, is revolutionizing virus detection. In addition to the unbiased detection of various viruses from wild plants in natural environments, RNA-Seq also allows for the parallel collection of host plant transcriptome data. Host ...

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Official release of TeloPrime Full-Length cDNA Amplification Kit

Official release of TeloPrime Full-Length cDNA Amplification Kit

TeloPrime enables the amplification of full-length cDNA with extreme stringency based on a new innovative technology. It allows more faithful tagging of full-length RNA transcripts that are both capped and polyadenylated compared to any other protocol available. The new technology ...

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RVboost: RNA-Seq variants prioritization using a boosting method

RVboost: RNA-Seq variants prioritization using a boosting method

RNA-Seq has become the method of choice to quantify genes and exons, discover novel transcripts, and detect fusion genes. However, reliable variant identification from RNA-Seq data remains challenging due to the complexities of the transcriptome, the challenges of accurately mapping ...

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