Posts Tagged: bioinformatics


Discover the “ingenuity” of IPA with us at SOT!

The Society of Toxicology is coming to the Baltimore Convention Center from March 12–16, and if you know Baltimore, you know there’s a lot to look forward to in addition to great toxicology research (Maryland crabs and Berger cookies, anyone?). QIAGEN will discuss one of its signature products – Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA), a powerful… Read article →


GEN News article highlights RNA-seq advances

Recently, GEN News ran an article by Dr. Richard Stein about some significant advances being made with RNA-seq solutions. Titled “If ‘Overall’ Underwhelms, Try RNA-Seq,” the article covers several compelling cases where RNA-seq technology is used and includes commentary with scientific leaders from each area. Stein details how researchers are using RNA-seq to investigate topics… Read article →


Join us in Orlando for AGBT 2016!

It may be winter in the northern hemisphere, but next week’s forecast is sunny and pleasant for Orlando, Florida. Come and join QIAGEN at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology conference, from February 10–13 at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes! Our workshop on 2/11 will feature a talk from Dr. Chris Mason of Weill Cornell… Read article →


Biological parameters involved in EEC tumor progression

Editor’s note: This is a repost of an original story by QIAGEN Bioinformatics. Visit their blog for the original post and more bioinformatics-related stories here!)  Role of microRNA-mRNA interactions in Endometrioid Endometrial Carcinoma, a Sample to Insight biological exploration Endometrial adenoarcinoma is a common cause of gynecological cancer death in Europe and North America. The… Read article →