Monthly Archives: September 2015

How good are those RNA-seq data?

The enormous number of public gene expression data sets can turn into research gold when mined for any number of biological questions. But digging into the data of other researchers is often fraught by a lack of metadata. In particular, ...

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Tips for setting up an RNA-seq project

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From the Microbial Genomics and Transcriptomics hands-on workshop , Sep 24-25, 2015 – Presented by: Ben Johnson (Michigan State University) & C. Titus Brown (UC Davis). So you’ve decided to do an RNA-seq experiment. Some things you will need to ...

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