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  • Is reference genome necessary for gene expression study in transcriptome sequencing or for variant discovery in genome sequencing?

    Like in case of plant genomes where nature of genome is too complex and huge in size to accomplish complete de novo assembly by current sequencing technology. What would be alternate solution? Can we live in reference free world?

    Tags: Sequencing, RNA, DNA, Genome

    1491 days ago

  • Rolf Backofen Lab

    The research interest of this group include constraint programming, structure prediction in simplified protein models, investigation of protein energy landscapes, detection of RNA sequence/structure motifs, prediction and evaluation of alternative splice forms, description and detection of regula...

    Tags: Gremany, Freiburg, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, RNA

    1487 days ago

  • What Junk DNA? It’s an Operating System

    The report adds to growing experimental support for the idea that all that extra stuff in the human genes, once referred to as “junk DNA,” is more than functionless, space-filling material that happens to make up nearly 98% of the genome. The paper adds to a growing body of knowledge ...

    Tags: Junk DNA, RNA, bioinformatics, sequencing, intron, granulocytes, splicing, gene expression

    1458 days ago

  • 320000 viruses in mammals yet to sequenced in future!!!

    With current biological technique improvements, finally it is now possible to look at millions of unknown viruses at genomic level and understand the mechanism. According to available data, close to 70 per cent of emerging viral diseases such as HIV/AIDS, West Nile, Ebola, SARS, and influenza, ar...

    Tags: Sequencing, RNA, DNA, Genome, Virus, Mammals, flying fox, HIV

    1443 days ago

  • The Human Genome Project Video 3D Animation Introduction Low)

    Tags: DNA, RNA, Genomics, NGS, Animation, Video

    1453 days ago

  • Vvek's Lab

    Broad Area of Research: RNA biology (microRNA, lncRNA), Stem cells, Functional genomics, Epigenomics and Cancer RNAs, especially non-coding RNAs (such as microRNA, long ncRNAs) are recently identified to be very abundant in mammalian organisms and play some key roles in gene expression regulat...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, RNA, Cancer, microRNA, Stem Cell, Functional Genomics, lncRNA, Bibekanand Mallick, NIIT, Odisha, India

    1420 days ago

  • RNA Sequencing Helps Identify Functional Variants from GWAS

    For Alzheimer’s and other complex disorders, mining the genome for disease-associated variants is no longer the obstacle. The challenge nowadays is figuring out how the identified loci relate to disease. As reported last month in Nature and its associated journals, advances in high-throughp...

    Tags: GWAS, RNA, Mining, Alzheimer

    1363 days ago

  • The Graveley Lab

    Research in the Graveley lab is primarily focused on the regulation of alternative splicing and small RNA mediated gene regulation. These are fascinating and extraordinarily important mechanisms by which genes can be regulated. Our long-term goals are to understand how these processes are regulat...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, RNA, RNAi, smallRNA, Stem Cell, Functional Genomics, Alternative splicing

    1366 days ago

  • LAPTI Lab

    The main theme of our research is the understanding of how genetic information is decoded from DNA into RNA and proteins. Someone may find this topic a little strange and argue that we already know how this is happening. Translational recoding. RNA editing. Evolution of the genetic cod...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genomics, RNA, Protein, Ireland

    1343 days ago

  • Updated version of deseq-DESeq2 ! http://www.bioconductor.org/packages/release/bioc/html/DESeq2.html #RNA #Expression

    Tags: RNA, Expression

    1117 days ago