Posts Tagged: RNAseq

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First round table discussion on digital RNA sequencing

You are invited to attend the first roundtable discussion on digital RNA sequencing and its applications. Gain valuable insight from QIAGEN’s team of scientists who developed the recently launched QIAseq Targeted RNA Panels. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to ask questions directly from our panel of experts and get answers for your specific research needs! The… Read article →


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Digital RNA sequencing explained:  a new webinar by Dr. Eric Lader

RNA sequencing uses high-throughput DNA sequencing technology to map and quantify transcriptomes and isoforms. So what is digital RNA sequencing? How does it differ from standard RNA sequencing? What are its applications? In this webinar, “Introduction to digital RNA sequencing,” Dr. Eric Lader walks us through the history of transcriptome profiling techniques, starting from Northern blot,… Read article →


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QIAGEN launches targeted RNA panels for digital RNA sequencing

Sample to Insight workflows deliver more efficient, accurate gene expression profiling On Monday, we announced the upcoming launch of QIAGEN’s new QIAseq Targeted RNA Panels for digital RNA sequencing. Today, we officially roll out more than 170 new targeted RNA panels for digital RNAseq that allows researchers to accurately quantify transcripts at single copy resolution…. Read article →


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Digital RNAseq: a new strategy for accurate gene expression analysis by RNA sequencing

QIAGEN is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the QIAseq Targeted RNA Panels for quantitative gene expression profiling using RNAseq. The panels use digital RNA sequencing strategies to overcome key bottlenecks in RNA sequencing. What are these key bottlenecks? How do digital RNA sequencing strategies help to overcome them? Find out from the developers… Read article →


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Sampling of CTCs reveals drug-resistance mechanisms in prostate cancer

CTC clusters: biological significance and label-independent isolation using microchip technology Clusters of CTCs, consisting of two or more cells, have been observed for decades. Their significance is unknown, but a recent study suggests that a cluster is approximately 50 times more likely to result in a metastatic event compared to a single CTC (1). In… Read article →