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RNA-Seq Improves the Giant Panda Genome

RNA-Seq Improves the Giant Panda Genome

High-quality and complete gene models are the basis of whole genome analyses. The giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) genome was the first genome sequenced on the basis of solely short reads, but the genome annotation had lacked the support of transcriptomic ...

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Advancements in RNA-Seq Time Course and Downstream Analysis

Advancements in RNA-Seq Time Course and Downstream Analysis

Analysis of gene expression has contributed to a plethora of biological and medical research studies. Microarrays have been intensively used for the profiling of gene expression during diverse developmental processes, treatments and diseases. New massively parallel sequencing methods, often named ...

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Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics

Proteomics Informed by Transcriptomics

With the recent advent of RNA-seq technology the proteomics community has begun to generate sample-specific protein databases for peptide and protein identification, an approach we call proteomics informed by transcriptomics (PIT). This approach has gained a lot of interest, particularly ...

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The Plant Genome Integrative Explorer Resource – PlantGenIE.org

The Plant Genome Integrative Explorer Resource – PlantGenIE.org

Accessing and exploring large-scale genomics data sets remains a significant challenge to researchers without specialist bioinformatics training. A team led by researchers at Umeå University, Sweden have developed the integrated PlantGenIE.org platform for exploration of Populus, conifer and Arabidopsis genomics data, ...

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Putting transcriptomics in its place

Putting transcriptomics in its place

from Nature Reviews Genetics by Darren J. Burgess A recent focus of transcriptomics is to supplement gene expression data with spatial information on cellular or tissue context in order to obtain a greater understanding of physiological gene regulatory processes. A ...

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