Tag Archives: The Cancer Genome Atlas

RNA-Seq Improves Immunoscoring

The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) is primarily oriented towards revealing the status of cancer cells but TCGA RNASeq data have the potential of representing gene expression for a variety of cells that are included during RNA preparation, i.e., cells that ...

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Interesting Times in RNA Sequencing

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A multi-institution research group jointly led by Professor Jan Prins and UNC CS alumna Professor Jinze Liu at the University of Kentucky is developing algorithms and software to analyze RNA using high-throughput sequencers. The software is in use in multiple ...

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HeLa RNA is everywhere

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from the Virology Blog By Vincent Racaniello The first immortal human cell line ever produced, HeLa, originated from a cervical adenocarcinoma taken from Henrietta Lacks. The cell line grew so well that it was used in many laboratories and soon ...

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