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Introductory Course – The Power of RNA-seq

Introductory Course – The Power of RNA-seq

General info Date - 05 Jun 2013 - 07 Jun 2013  Location – Wageningen, the Netherlands Keywords – RNA-seq, transcriptome, experimental design, statistics, data analysis, mapping, quantification, differential expression, interpretation, pathways Organiser – Experimental Plant Sciences (EPS, Wageningen UR) & NBIC Teacher(s) ...

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RNA-Seq analyses reveal the order of tRNA processing events

RNA-Seq analyses reveal the order of tRNA processing events

The methanogenic archaeon Methanopyrus kandleri grows near the upper temperature limit for life. Genome analyses revealed strategies to adapt to these harsh conditions and elucidated a unique transfer RNA (tRNA) C-to-U editing mechanism at base 8 for 30 different tRNA ...

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Analysis of a simple RNA-Seq experiment

This tutorial shows the analysis of a simple RNA-Seq experiment containing two samples and goes through the process of quantitating and normalising the data, before going on to perform a simple differential expression analysis.

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Depletion of Ribosomal RNA for Metagenomic RNA-Seq

The mosquito gut accommodates dynamic microbial communities across different stages of the insect’s life cycle. Characterization of the genetic capacity and functionality of the gut community will provide insight into the effects of gut microbiota on mosquito life traits. Metagenomic ...

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Global Transcriptional Switch between the Attack and Growth Forms

Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus is an obligate predator of bacteria ubiquitously found in the environment. Its life cycle is composed of two essential phases: a free-living, non-replicative, fast swimming attack phase (AP) wherein the predator searches for prey; and a non-motile, actively ...

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