Posts Tagged: RNA

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Deep-Sea Corals of the Red Sea – True Survivors

How do deep-sea corals survive in the warm, saline, oxygen- and food-deprived environment of the Red Sea? In a recent study, Yum LK et. al describes what happened when they went diving for answers. To get started, the team isolated RNA using flash frozen coral powder from three deep-sea coral species of the Red Sea… Read article →


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Did you miss Cancer Research Week @ QIAGEN? Watch the recordings!

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is changing the face of cancer research and propelling us faster than ever toward smart, personalized solutions for attacking tumors. Recently we presented Cancer Research Week, a 4-part webinar series covering the latest advances in NGS to help you in your mission to reveal cancer’s secrets, from molecular barcodes to single cell sequencing. Did… Read article →


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Effective genomic DNA removal – crucial for accurate gene expression analysis

Whether you are working with formalin-fixed, paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue or normal tissue samples, the elimination of genomic DNA (gDNA) from your RNA preps is crucial to obtain reliable results in gene expression analysis, especially if you want to determine the gene expression pattern in a specific cell or under specific conditions. Possible consequences 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 →