Tag Archives: rna sequencing

Poly-A selection or Ribo-depletion?

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RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) has become an indispensable tool to identify disease associated transcriptional profiles and determine the molecular underpinnings of diseases. However, the broad adaptation of the methodology into the clinic is still hampered by inconsistent results from different RNA-seq ...

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RNA Sequencing – An Introduction

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News Medical Life Sciences by By Catherine Shaffer, M.Sc. – If DNA is the fundamental code of the genome, RNA is the message. Genes are made active through the process of transcribing the code into RNA, and then translating RNA into DNA. This is known as ...

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Building a human cell atlas with RNA-Seq

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from Nature by Anna Nowogrodzki – Aviv Regev likes to work at the edge of what is possible. In 2011, the computational biologist was collaborating with molecular geneticist Joshua Levin to test a handful of methods for sequencing RNA. The ...

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