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Studying the Transcriptome with Next Generation Sequencing

Studying the Transcriptome with Next Generation Sequencing

Next-Generation Sequencing is enabling scientists to study the transcriptome in ways never before possible. During this session with Illumina Distinguished Scientist, Dr. Gary Schroth, you will learn how a variety of RNA-Seq methods can be used to profile subsets of ...

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Establishing Clinical-Grade RNA Sequencing

Establishing Clinical-Grade RNA Sequencing

from Weill Cornell Medical College News The many different approaches used to sequence RNA, even severely degraded RNA, can produce relatively similar results, a finding that should reassure patients, physicians and scientists faced with a variety of new technologies that ...

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Expression Analysis Announces 2014 Grant Program

Expression Analysis Announces 2014 Grant Program

Two recipients to receive cutting-edge services from EA and Illumina to advance new applications in oncology research RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – August 19, 2014 – Expression Analysis (EA), a Quintiles company, today announced that it is co-sponsoring a grant ...

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Postdoc Position Available – Oregon Health & Science University

Postdoc Position Available – Oregon Health & Science University

Job Title - Cancer Genomics Bioinformaticis – (Postdoctoral Researcher) Department - Knight Informatics Location - HRC 14D40 Work Schedule, Hours, FTE, Salary Range – M-F, Occasional evenings and weekends; 1.0FTE; Salary Range: $38,495 – $54,180; location: Marquam Hill. Functions/Duties of ...

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Visualization of nucleotide substitutions in the (micro)transcriptome

Visualization of nucleotide substitutions in the (micro)transcriptome

RNA-related applications of the next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies require context-specific interpretations: e.g., sequence mismatches may indicate sites of RNA editing, or uneven read coverage often points to mature form of microRNA. Existing visualization tools traditionally show RNA molecules in two ...

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