Posts Tagged: RNAseq

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RNA-seq Week 2018 – valuable insights and Q&A from the webinar series

Life science research is constantly on the edge of new technology developments. This trend is especially apparent in advanced transcriptomics and gene expression research. In December 2018, we hosted “RNA-seq Week”, where we presented five different webinars addressing the complete gene expression workflow, starting from sample preparation and ending with bioinformatics analysis. It also included… Read article →



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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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Webinar series: Cancer Research Week @ QIAGEN!

Cancer research has come a long way, and is accelerating even faster in the age of next-generation sequencing (NGS). Identifying mutations, discovering biomarkers, and profiling DNA and RNA from single cells has given us more specific and personalized insights than ever, and advances in NGS are largely to thank for these opportunities. This September, we’re offering a… Read article →