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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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Transcriptome Sequencing of the HIV-1Tg Rat Brain

The noninfectious HIV-1 transgenic (HIV-1Tg) rat was developed as a model of AIDs-related pathology and immune dysfunction by manipulation of a noninfectious HIV-1gag-pol virus with a deleted 3-kb SphI-MscI fragment containing the 3′ -region of gag and the 5′ region ...

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The Queryable RNA Seq Database

The Queryable RNA Seq Database

The purpose of the system is to automate and simplify as much as possible the process of analyzing RNA-Seq results data by storing it in a database and providing many options for querying it. Goals Goal 1: Provide a system ...

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Querying the Cancer Transcriptome

from Genetic Engineering News by Richard A. Stein, M.D., Ph.D. The complex and dynamic transcriptional patterns unveiled by the ENCyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project, together with the finding that less than 2% of the transcriptional output of the human ...

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EDGE-pro – Estimated Degree of Gene Expression in PROkaryots

The expression levels of bacterial genes can be measured directly using next-generation sequencing (NGS) methods, offering much greater sensitivity and accuracy than earlier, microarray-based methods. Most bioinformatics software for estimating levels of gene expression from NGS data has been designed ...

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