Tag Archives: quality control

An RNA-Seq QC Overview

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Quality control (QC) is a critical step in RNA sequencing (RNA-seq). Yet, it is often ignored or conducted on a limited basis. Here, Vanderbilt University researchers present a multi-perspective strategy for QC of RNA-seq experiments. The QC of RNA-seq can ...

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SinQC – Quality Control of Single-cell RNA-Seq

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Single-cell RNA-seq (scRNA-seq) is emerging as a promising technology for profiling cell-to-cell variability in cell populations. However, the combination of technical noise and intrinsic biological variability makes detecting technical artifacts in scRNA-seq samples particularly challenging. Proper detection of technical artifacts ...

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(Post) Graduate Course ‘The Power of RNA-Seq’

Date: February 10th-12th, 2016 Location: Room PC95 (first floor), RADIX building (107), Wageningen Campus, Droevendaalsesteeg 1, Wageningen, the Netherlands Directions: directions (check also Map Wageningen UR Campus) Language: English Group size: maximum of 35 participants Credits: 0.8 ECTS Registration and ...

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How good are those RNA-seq data?

The enormous number of public gene expression data sets can turn into research gold when mined for any number of biological questions. But digging into the data of other researchers is often fraught by a lack of metadata. In particular, ...

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