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Positive Bioscience launches Positive Select, RNA sequencing test for Cancer treatment http://www.pocketnewsalert.com/2016/01/Positive-Bioscience-launches-Positive-Select-RNA-sequencing-test-for-Cancer-treatment.html

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RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) uses the capabilities of high-throughput sequencing methods to provide insight into the transcriptome of a cell. Compared to previous Sanger sequencing- and microarray-based methods, RNA-Seq provides far higher coverage and greater resolution of the dynamic nature of the transcriptome. Beyond quantifying gene expression, the data generated by RNA-Seq facilitate the discovery of novel transcripts, identification of alternatively spliced genes, and detection of…

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RNA Sequencing Helps Unravel Disease Pathology In Atopic Dermatitis | MedicalResearch.com Medical Research Interviews and NewsMedicalResearch.com Medical Research Interviews and News

RNA sequencing of 750-year-old barley virus sheds new light on the Crusades

says while the photo doesn't match the story -please read about this research re reducing the Johne's disease threat with chlorine and stainless steel -- ScienceDaily

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The trade-off between increased multiplexing and decreasing sequencing depth in smallRNA-Seq | Small RNA sequencing can be used to gain an unprecedented amount of detail into the microRNA transcriptome. The relatively high cost and low throughput of sequencing bases technologies can potentially be offset by the use of multiplexing. However, multiplexing involves a trade-off between increased number of sequenced samples and reduced number of reads per sample (i.e., lower depth of…

Incorporating secondary structure information into the alignment process improves the quality of RNA sequence alignments. Instead of using f...

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RNA-sequencing (RNA-seq) is a powerful technique for the identification of genetic variants that affect gene-expression levels, either through expression quantitative trait locus (eQTL) mapping or through allele-specific expression (ASE) analysis. Given increasing numbers of RNA-seq samples in the public domain, researchers from the University of Groningen studied to what extent eQTLs and ASE effects can be identified when using public RNA-seq data while deriving the genotypes from the…

Researchers unlock another piece of the RNA sequencing puzzle.

Now, a study from researchers at Rockefeller University and Columbia University has identified a protein that recognizes a chemical instruction tag affixed to an RNA sequence, an important step in the decision-making process. The team state that their findings help to explain how the destiny of an RNA sequence is achieved. The opensource study is published in the journal Cell.

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