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R&D Magazine – Trends in Genomics Technology

R&D Magazine – Trends in Genomics Technology

from R&D Magazine by Barrett Bready and John Thompson, Nabsys Ever since the study of individual genes and RNAs was first known to be important, there has been a drive to get as detailed and complete genomic information as possible. ...

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Transcriptome Analysis: Microarrays, qPCR and RNA-Seq

Transcriptome Analysis: Microarrays, qPCR and RNA-Seq

by Jeffrey M. Perkel at Biocompare For all that we can learn from the genome, it’s the other ‘omic disciplines that spell out an organism’s biology. Want to know what proteins a cell makes? Try proteomics. Metabolites? Use metabolomics. But ...

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eQTL Mapping Using RNA-seq Data

eQTL Mapping Using RNA-seq Data

As RNA-seq is replacing gene expression microarrays to assess genome-wide transcription abundance, gene expression Quantitative Trait Locus (eQTL) studies using RNA-seq have emerged. RNA-seq delivers two novel features that are important for eQTL studies. First, it provides information on allele-specific ...

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Transcriptomics: From Microarrays to RNA-Seq

by Josh P. Roberts at  Biocompare When next-gen sequencing exploded onto the scene, it brought in its wake a host of innovations. Among these is the deep-sequencing of RNA (RNA-Seq), which is giving unprecedented breadth and depth to our understanding of ...

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Genes, Behavior, and Next-Generation RNA Sequencing

Advances in next-generation sequencing suggest that RNA-Seq is poised to supplant microarray-based approaches for transcriptome analysis. This article briefly reviews the use of microarrays in the brain-behavior context and then illustrates why RNA-Seq is a superior strategy. Compared with microarrays, ...

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