Category Archives: rnaseq

#Bioinformatics treatment of bacterial #RNAseq data

The students of the Sequence a genome class have been advancing in their analysis of bacterial RNA-seq (see design in previous post). Let’s present here the basic analysis, common to all biological questions which can then be studied using these … Continue reading

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Experimental preparation of #RNAseq samples

This winter, the Master students preformed the experimental part of our RNA-seq. This blog is a bit late, so they have in the meantime started the bioinformatics analysis, which will be reported in a future blogpost (hopefully less late than … Continue reading

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