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Covid-19 Testing – What’s RNA got to do with it?

Tracking the spread of COVID-19 Viruses spread because they can rapidly copy their genetic material and produce more virus. Each virus—including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19—has its own unique RNA genetic blueprint. This RNA signature alerts scientists to the presence of a specific disease. Part of the obstacle scientists have ...

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How much do you know about circRNA research?

circRNAs: uncovering the functions of novel non-coding sequences – from developmental biology to anti-cancer therapies Summary What is circRNA? (Research on the function of circRNA; research hotspots in life sciences and medicine) Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are a new class of ...

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Choose the right RNA-seq for your research

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is the modern, second revolution and the spearhead of an ever-accelerating field. The NGS technology performs innovative research in a variety of different areas, such as BioPharm, Population genetics/genomics, Agriculture, Forensics, Water testing, Complex and Infectious disease ...

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RNA-Seq Blog Downtime

To Our Readers, Thanks so much for your patience with our recent downtime! The RNA-Seq Blog was attacked by a malicious hacker last Friday. Both our host and developer have been working...

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RNA Stabilization In Cells And Tissues

Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) is the major macromolecule essential for converting genetic codes into proteins through structures called ribosomes for performing cellular functions. The major types of RNA are Transfer RNA (tRNA), Messenger RNA (mRNA), and Ribosomal RNA (rRNA). It can ...

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