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Designing alternative splicing RNA-seq studies

Designing alternative splicing RNA-seq studies

esigning an RNA-seq study depends critically on its specific goals, technology and underlying biology, which renders general guidelines inadequate.  A team led by researchers at IRB Barcelona have developed a Bayesian framework to customize experiments so that goals can be ...

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Understanding the differences between microarray and RNA-Seq technologies for measuring gene expression is necessary for informed design of experiments and choice of data analysis methods

Understanding the differences between microarray and RNA-Seq technologies for measuring gene expression is necessary for informed design of experiments and choice of data analysis methods

Previous comparisons between microarrays and RNA-Seq have come to sometimes contradictory conclusions, which researchers from Princeton University suggest result from a lack of attention to the intensity-dependent nature of variation generated by the technologies. To examine this trend, they carried ...

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