An introduction to RNA-seq – Paul Gardner

RNA-seq is a useful sequencing-based technology for identifying a snapshot of the transcriptional output from the cell. It has been used to estimate gene expression levels and estimate the impact of different treatments on gene expression.

A new generation of methods, based upon RNA-seq is gaining exciting insights into RNA:RNA interactions, RNA:protein interactions and RNA structure.

I will be briefly reviewing some of these approaches, and discussing some of the work we are doing and hope to do with these exciting new tools.


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