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Understanding and using small RNA-Seq

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David Galas from the Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute presents a seminar on his lab’s efforts, in the context of the Extracellular RNA Communication Consortium (ERCC), to address the problem of sequence-specific bias in small RNA sequencing. This seminar was ...

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Optimization of miRNA-seq data preprocessing

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The past two decades of microRNA (miRNA) research has solidified the role of these small non-coding RNAs as key regulators of many biological processes and promising biomarkers for disease. The concurrent development in high-throughput profiling technology has further advanced our ...

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New microRNA Analysis App in BaseSpace

miRNAs are a class of non-coding RNAs mainly involved in post-transcription control of gene expression although they are also involved in other non-canonical functions. Furthermore, they represents an interesting class of biomarkers for a large variety of diseases. Small RNA-sequencing ...

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Reducing Small RNA Sequencing Biases

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from Genetic Engineering News by Adam R. Morris & Masoud M. Toloue Randomized Adapter Strategy for Library Preparation Reduces Ligation Bias and Increases Accuracy of Small RNA-Seq The study of small RNAs, including miRNAs, siRNAs, and pi-RNAs, is an ideal ...

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