Tag Archives: Methods

Astroid – transcriptome reconstruction on the basis of a flow network

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The advancement of RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) has provided an unprecedented opportunity to assess both the diversity and quantity of transcript isoforms in an mRNA transcriptome. In this paper, researchers from the University of Kentucky revisit the computational problem of transcript ...

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Studying the Transcriptome with Next Generation Sequencing

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Next-Generation Sequencing is enabling scientists to study the transcriptome in ways never before possible. During this session with Illumina Distinguished Scientist, Dr. Gary Schroth, you will learn how a variety of RNA-Seq methods can be used to profile subsets of ...

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Bitseq found to produce the most accurate measures of gene expression

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RNA-sequencing data analysis method BitSeq developed by Academy Research Fellow Antti Honkela?s research group and University of Manchester researchers has been found to be the most accurate gene transcript expression estimation method in a large international assessment. The method is ...

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Establishing Clinical-Grade RNA Sequencing

from Weill Cornell Medical College News The many different approaches used to sequence RNA, even severely degraded RNA, can produce relatively similar results, a finding that should reassure patients, physicians and scientists faced with a variety of new technologies that ...

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