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The Evolution of RNA-Sequencing

The Evolution of RNA-Sequencing

Click here to register for free and to view the entire webinar: http://xtalks.com/genomic-know-how.as… Although RNA-Seq is a relatively new methodology, with some of the first transcriptome-wide analyses appearing around 2008, RNA-Seq has rapidly evolved to become a standard assay for ...

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PathwaySeq – Pathway analysis for RNA-Seq data

PathwaySeq – Pathway analysis for RNA-Seq data

A variety of pathway/gene-set approaches have been proposed to provide evidence of higher-level biological phenomena in the association of expression with experimental condition or clinical outcome. Among these approaches, it has been repeatedly shown that resampling methods are far preferable ...

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The best RNA-Seq analysis interface…depends on your persective

The best RNA-Seq analysis interface…depends on your persective

RNA-sequencing (RNA-seq) has become an established way for measuring gene expression in model organisms and humans. While methods development for refining the corresponding data processing and analysis pipeline is ongoing, protocols for typical steps have been proposed and are widely ...

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PAT-seq – genome wide 3′-UTR dynamics

PAT-seq – genome wide 3′-UTR dynamics

A major objective of systems biology is to quantitatively integrate multiple parameters from genome-wide measurements. To integrate gene expression with dynamics in poly(A) tail length and adenylation site, researchers at Monash University developed a targeted next-generation sequencing approach, Poly(A)-Test RNA-sequencing. ...

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