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Worldwide Study Demonstrates Accuracy of RNA Sequencing Techniques

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E. Aubrey Thompson, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic in Florida JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Physicians envision a future in which genomic data from patients is heavily used to manage care — but experts have questioned the accuracy and reliability of these analyses. Now, ...

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NCI, TGEN and Dell collaborate on RNA-Seq Database

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PHOENIX, Ariz. – Sept. 10, 2014 – Dell, Terascala and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) are installing state-of-the-art computing and programing specialized for human genome investigations at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). As part of a formal collaboration, Dell ...

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RNA Sequencing Analysis Reveals HeLa Cell Contamination

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Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) cell lines are important model systems for analyzing the complex life cycle and pathogenesis of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). Using an RNA-seq-based approach, researchers from Tulane University Health Sciences Center found HeLa cell contamination in several NPC cell ...

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INsPeCT: INtegrative Platform for Cancer Transcriptomics

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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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Singled out for sequencing

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from Peking University Single-cell genome and transcriptome sequencing methods are generating a fresh wave of biological insights into development, cancer and neuroscience. Kelly Rae Chi reports. Conceiving a child is an emotionally painful and exhausting process for those who struggle ...

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