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Complete Transcriptome RNA-Seq

Complete Transcriptome RNA-Seq

RNA-Seq is the leading technology for analyzing gene expression on a global scale across a broad spectrum of sample types. However, due to chemical modifications by fixation or degradation due to collection methods, samples often contain an abundance of RNA ...

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Small-RNA Sequencing of Single Cells

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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Buliding a Human from Transcriptional Profiles

Buliding a Human from Transcriptional Profiles

The manual for human development is written in the genetic code of our DNA. Our genes encode the instructions to make specific types of molecules that are needed to either build the human body or to control its day-to-day operations. ...

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Sift, Sort, Seize Transcriptomic Gold

Sift, Sort, Seize Transcriptomic Gold

from Genetic Engineering News – by Richard A. Stein – The transcriptome is less a tranquil pool than a turbulent stream that keeps shifting its course and adopting new patterns of gene expression. To survey this stream, one must repeatedly ...

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