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IUTA – a tool for effectively detecting differential isoform usage from RNA-Seq data

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Most genes in mammals generate several transcript isoforms that differ in stability and translational efficiency through alternative splicing. Such alternative splicing can be tissue- and developmental stage-specific, and such specificity is sometimes associated with disease. Thus, detecting differential isoform usage ...

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Tutorial – Intermediate RNA-Seq: Tips, Tricks and Non-Human Organisms

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Minnesota Supercomputing Institute Date: Thursday, September 25, 2014, 01:00 pm – 03:00 pm Location: Room 105 Cargill Building This lecture will go over more advanced RNA-Seq topics and compliments Basics of RNA-seq. Lecture Topics: Non-mammal specific RNA-Seq issues Transcriptome assembly ...

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