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Making Single-Cell Biology Work

Making Single-Cell Biology Work

New Collaboration Between EMBL-EBI, the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Fluidigm Keeps Research and Technology on the Cutting-Edge of Single-Cell Genomics December 17, 2014 06:24 AM Eastern Standard Time SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. & HINXTON, U.K.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A formal collaboration was ...

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Quantitative analysis of bacterial transcriptomes with RNA-seq

Quantitative analysis of bacterial transcriptomes with RNA-seq

RNA sequencing has emerged as the premier approach to study bacterial transcriptomes. While the earliest published studies analyzed the data qualitatively, the data are readily digitized and lend themselves to quantitative analysis. High-resolution RNA sequence (RNA-seq) data allows transcriptional features ...

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Single-cell RNA-seq: advances and future challenges

Single-cell RNA-seq: advances and future challenges

Phenotypically identical cells can dramatically vary with respect to behavior during their lifespan and this variation is reflected in their molecular composition such as the transcriptomic landscape. Single-cell transcriptomics using next-generation transcript sequencing (RNA-seq) is now emerging as a powerful ...

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RNA-Seq Dissects the Transcriptome

RNA-Seq Dissects the Transcriptome

from Genetic Engineering News by Kathy Liszewski With the rapid rise of next-generation sequencing (NGS), one of its technologies, RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq), has taken center stage for analyzing whole transcriptomes. Although RNA-Seq is still the new kid on the block, ...

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INsPeCT: INtegrative Platform for Cancer Transcriptomics

INsPeCT: INtegrative Platform for Cancer Transcriptomics

The emergence of transcriptomics, fuelled by high-throughput sequencing technologies, has changed the nature of cancer research and resulted in a massive accumulation of data. Computational analysis, integration, and data visualization are now major bottlenecks in cancer biology and translational research. ...

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