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QuantSeq 3’ mRNA sequencing for RNA quantification

QuantSeq 3’ mRNA sequencing for RNA quantification

With the rapid development of NGS technologies, RNA-seq has become the new standard for transcriptome analysis. Although the price per base has been substantially reduced, sample preparation, sequencing and data processing are major cost factors in high throughput screenings. QuantSeq ...

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Upcoming Workshop – RNA Sequencing Library Preparation

Upcoming Workshop – RNA Sequencing Library Preparation

EMBL Introductory Course EMBL Heidelberg, Germany Wednesday 28 January – Friday 30 January 2015 Application deadline: Sunday 14 December 2014 Abstract deadline: Sunday 14 December 2014 Application deadline: 14 December 2014. We only accept online registrations. The course is limited ...

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Cellular Research Launches Precise™ Targeted RNA-Seq Assays

Cellular Research Launches Precise™ Targeted RNA-Seq Assays

Company Starts Early Access Program for Precise Single-Cell Assays PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Cellular Research today announced the commercial launch of its Precise™ targeted RNASeq assays. The company also announced the commercial availability of application-focused panels for ...

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Assessing the effects of low-input RNA-seq

Assessing the effects of low-input RNA-seq

Phil Ewels from NGI presents a summary of a low-input and low RIN-value study performed by NGI Stockholm in order to investigate the effects of lower input amounts and RIN-values for RNA-seq analysis of mRNA transcripts. This study did not ...

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Choosing a next-generation sequencing pipeline

Choosing a next-generation sequencing pipeline

The next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies are revolutionary tools which have made possible achieving remarkable advances in genetics since the beginning of the twenty-first century. Thanks to the possibility to produce large amount of sequence data, these tools are going to ...

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