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Final Agenda Released – RNA-Seq 2014

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Master RNA-Sequencing to Crack the Transcriptome RNA-Seq 2014 is the 2nd annual summit which will once again be the key to unlocking the commercial potential stored in RNA. RNASeq 2014 remains the industry’s only conference solely dedicated to maximizing the ...

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RNA World 2.0

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from The Scientist Most scientists believe that ribonucleic acid played a key role in the origin of life on Earth, but the versatile molecule isn’t the whole story. The ubiquity and diverse functionality of ribonucleic acid (RNA) in today’s world ...

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A bird’s eye view of cellular RNAs

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Fluorescent in situ sequencing from Wyss Institute on Vimeo. In biology, as in real estate, location matters. Working copies of active genes — called messenger RNAs or mRNAs — are positioned strategically throughout living tissues, and their location often helps ...

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1st Galaxy Australasia Workshop 2014

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Event: > 1st Galaxy Australasia Workshop Start: March 24, 2014 End: March 25, 2014 Cost: Free Category: Training Contact: Australian Bioinformatics Network Venue: MBI Auditorium (Building 220) Address: Monash University, Melbourne, Australia Dr Mark Crowe, our Training and Outreach Manager, ...

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