Tag Archives: RNA-Seq

Gene Expression Enters Transformative Times


From Genetic Engineering News Nov 15, 2013 (Vol. 33, No. 20) by Richard A. Stein, M.D., Ph.D. A graph depicting the workflow of the GeneNetworkBuilder package developed using Bioconductor framework by the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Click Image To ...

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“Seq”ing SNPs in RNA Data

from Biotechniques by Jim Kling A new computational technique reliably identifies single nucleotide polymorphisms from RNA sequencing data without the need for whole genome or exome sequencing. The method could produce an additional layer of information from studies of gene ...

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To Pool or not to Pool


For non-model organisms, genome-wide information that describes functionally relevant variation may be obtained by RNA-Seq following de novo transcriptome assembly. While sequencing has become relatively inexpensive, the preparation of a large number of sequencing libraries remains prohibitively expensive for population ...

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