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SEECER – SEquencing Error CorrEction in Rna-seq data

Sequencing of RNAs (RNA-Seq) has revolutionized the field of transcriptomics, but the reads obtained often contain errors. Read error correction can have a large impact on our ability to accurately assemble transcripts. This is especially true for de novo transcriptome ...

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Depletion of Ribosomal RNA for Mosquito Gut Metagenomic RNA-Seq

Video Article 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 ...

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Expression Analysis Announces 2013 Grant Program

Two recipients to receive cutting-edge services from Expression Analysis and Illumina to advance new applications in genomics research RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Expression Analysis (EA), a Quintiles company today announced a grant program that provides scientists with leading-edge products and ...

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RNA-Seq at Next Week's AACR Meeting

Next-Generation Sequencing and Analysis of Genomes Session Type: Methods Workshop Session Start/End Time:         Saturday, Apr 06, 2013, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Location:         Ballroom A-B, Washington Convention Center CME:   CME-Designated CME/CE Hours:          2 Session Description:   ...

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RNA: The genome's rising stars

from Nature by Amy Maxmen When Saba Valadkhan lingered in the hallways at conferences, absorbed in discussions about the strands of ‘junk’ DNA that litter the human genome, she was not looking for work. She was consumed with curiosity about ...

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Predicting long non-coding RNAs with RNA-Seq

The advent of next-generation sequencing, and in particular RNA-sequencing (RNA-Seq), technologies has expanded our knowledge of the transcriptional capacity of human and other animal, genomes. In particular, recent RNA-Seq studies have revealed that transcription is widespread across the mammalian genome, ...

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