This two-part lecture will provide an overview of RNA-Seq technology, its various application and shortcomings, as well as detailing the steps involved in analyzing the resulting data.
This section will introduce the general principles underlying RNA-SEQ and the basic steps in experimental design, RNA sample preparation, sequencing technologies (their strengths and weaknesses), quality control, sequence mapping and alignment.
Meeting Information for Thursday, Nov 5 at 1 PM
Meeting number: 172 256 6113
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1-650-479-3207 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)