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Science Gone Social

Science Gone Social

by Tracy Vence at Genetic Engineering News.com From keeping up with the literature to sparking collaborations and finding funds, scientists are storming social media. Not many scientists have produced manuscripts as a direct result of participating in discussions on social ...

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Postdoctoral Position in Bioinformatics and RNA-seq Analysis

Postdoctoral Position in Bioinformatics and RNA-seq Analysis

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the area of computational genomics and bioinformatics. Specifically, the research will be focused on the expression and regulation of genes (both coding and non-coding) involved in the development and function of human ...

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RNA-Seq Interactive Literature Review

RNA-Seq Interactive Literature Review

by Kate at Seven Bridges Genomics RNA-Seq is fast becoming the top method for examining the transcriptional activity of genomes. In the five years since the first publications described the technology, RNA-Seq has enabled the discovery of new transcripts in well-studied ...

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Identification of microRNA-Size, Small RNAs in Escherichia coli

Noncoding small regulatory RNA molecules control gene expression and microRNAs provide one of the best examples in eukaryotes. However, bacterial RNAs of comparable size to eukaryotic microRNAs have received little attention. Here, researchers at the Kyungpook National University, South Korea ...

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