Tag Archives: eukaryotic

Upcoming Webinar: A Beginners Guide to RNA-Sequencing

Time: Thursday February 4, 2021, 10.00 GMT / 11.00 CET Description: RNA-Seq (RNA-sequencing or transcriptome sequencing) examines the quantity (quantification) and sequences (isoform identification) of RNA using various sequencing technologies. In this webinar, our technical expert will guide you through ...

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Roadmap to the epitranscriptome

The “RNA world” is not at all hypothetical but rather the biological world we live in (1). For RNA to function within a modern cellular milieu of proteins and DNA, numerous chemical modifications coevolved that help sculpt its interactions (2). ...

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The Marine Microbial Eukaryote Transcriptome Sequencing Project (MMETSP) – New database provides vast trove of genetic information on tiny single-celled organisms in the ocean


The ocean holds a bewildering array of microscopic life. Many of the smaller organisms are difficult to study or even to identify under a microscope. For this reason, scientists often look at the genes of these microbes to figure out ...

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