Posts Tagged: microRNA



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Circadian rhythm research – “Lighting” the way to myocardial infarction treatment!

This year’s Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine was awarded for work elucidating circadian rhythm molecular pathways. Greater understanding of circadian rhythm and its implications bring with it exciting discoveries. A role for circadian rhythm in ischemic cardiac protection has been identified in several studies – the incidence of myocardial infarction (MI) is known to… Read article →


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Webinars on-demand: Digital NGS for RNA-seq, miRNA-seq and DNA-seq!

Digital NGS using Unique Molecular Indices (UMIs) is a game-changer in RNA-seq, miRNA-seq and DNA-seq, enabling accurate quantification by overcoming PCR bias. In May, we presented the details of this technology for gene expression, microRNA analysis and mutation detection as part of our NGS Week webinar series, and again in July as part of the Summer of… Read article →


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Join us for the Summer of NGS!

The weather is heating up here at QIAGEN’s US offices, and so are our NGS technologies! We’ve already come out with several advances over the past year, and more is in store for the second half of 2017 – stay tuned! This July, we held a special webinar series event showcasing a variety of aspects of NGS technology…. Read article →