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How to standardize the small RNA-Seq workflow for reliable biomarker signatures in the age of liquid biopsies

Small RNA-Seq has emerged as a powerful tool in transcriptomics, gene expression profiling and biomarker discovery. Sequencing cell-free nucleic acids, particularly microRNA (miRNA), from liquid biopsies additionally provides exciting possibilities for molecular diagnostics, and might help establish disease-specific biomarker signatures. ...

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Small-RNA Sequencing of Single Cells


The ability to profile mRNAs in single cells has transformed the molecular identification and the characterization of cell types, states and rare cellular phenotypes. However, current single-cell methods are restricted to long RNAs, primarily mRNAs. Several classes of small RNAs ...

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