EMBL Practical Course Next Generation Sequencing: Total RNA sequencing library preparation and validation  EMBL Heidelberg, Germany Wedne...

EMBL Practical Course Next Generation Sequencing: Total RNA sequencing library preparation and validation EMBL Heidelberg, Germany Wedne.

Most of my research hinges on the analysis of ‘big data’. I have terabytes of DNA and RNA sequence data that I am analyzing, and the analysis of that much data requires a powerful compu…

How to Build a Powerful Data-Crunching Computer, Part 1: Choosing the Parts

Most of my research hinges on the analysis of ‘big data’. I have terabytes of DNA and RNA sequence data that I am analyzing, and the analysis of that much data requires a powerful compu…

RNA-Sequencing - Aging, Dementia & TBI

RNA-Sequencing - Aging, Dementia & TBI

The CRISPR-Cas9 system—a bacterial antiviral immune mechanism first discovered in Streptococcus thermophilus—is now widely used as a DNA editing technique, wherein the DNA nuclease Cas9 is directed to cut any DNA sequence of choice. By searching for similar immune systems in other microorganisms, researchers went on to discover a Cas9-related enzyme called Cas13 (originally termed C2c2). Scientists extend the capabilities of the CRISPR-Cas system to include precise manipulations of RNA…

The CRISPR-Cas9 system—a bacterial antiviral immune mechanism first discovered in Streptococcus thermophilus—is now widely used as a DNA editing technique, wherein the DNA nuclease Cas9 is directed to cut any DNA sequence of choice. By searching for similar immune systems in other microorganisms, researchers went on to discover a Cas9-related enzyme called Cas13 (originally termed C2c2). Scientists extend the capabilities of the CRISPR-Cas system to include precise manipulations of RNA…

Small RNA Sequencing of Circulating microRNAs Reveals Novel Biomarkers  Drug-induced liver injury (DILI) is a leading cause of acute liver failure and the major reason for withdrawal of drugs from the market. Preclinical evaluation of drug candidates has failed to detect about 40% of potentially hepatotoxic compounds in humans. At the onset of liver injury in humans, currently used biomarkers have difficulty differentiating severe DILI from mild, and/or predict the outcome of injury for ...

Drug-induced liver injury (DILI) is a leading cause of acute liver failure and the major reason for withdrawal of drugs from the market.

In Situ Hybridization (ISH) In Situ Hybridization (ISH) refers to localizing a specific DNA or RNA sequence in whole embryos or tissues/tissue sections/cells using a labeled probe. The probe is either a labeled complementary DNA (oligoprobe) or a complementary RNA (riboprobe).... http://www.creative-diagnostics.com/In-Situ-Hybridization-ISH.htm

localizing a specific DNA or RNA sequence in whole embryos or tissues/tissue sections/cells using a labeled probe

Illumina Next-Generation Sequencing Seminar | RNA-Seq Blog

Accelerating Biological Discoveries with Next-Generation SequencingJoin us for a one-day seminar to learn how Illumina next-generation sequencing (NGS)

Introduction to RNA Sequencing | RNA-Seq Blog

This lecture explains about the RNA sequencing process and the methods or RNA splicing is explained. It also states the use of RNA sequencing in molecular biology. RNA Sequencing, often known as [.

Study Points to Utility of Targeted RNA Sequencing for Low-abundance Transcripts - from GenomeWeb  NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A team led by researchers from Australia’s Garvan Institute of Medical Research this week reported new data demonstrating the superiority of a targeted RNA sequencing method called “capture sequencing” (CaptureSeq) over standard RNA sequencing and qRT-PCR for detecting and quantifying genes with low and differential expression, which they say are particularly relevant…

Study Points to Utility of Targeted RNA Sequencing for Low-abundance Transcripts

Some RNA sequences have the ability to form a double helix, much like DNA. Scientists have recently successfully crystallized a short RNA sequence and used data  to confirm the hypothesis of a poly (rA) double-helix.

Some RNA sequences have the ability to form a double helix, much like DNA. Scientists have recently successfully crystallized a short RNA sequence and used data to confirm the hypothesis of a poly (rA) double-helix.

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