Since its development a decade ago, researchers have developed a plethora of RNA sequencing (RNA-seq)-based technologies for studying RNA biology and the transcriptome. However, each technology is designed to answer a particular research question, so researchers must make specific changes to their experimental setup and RNA library preparation to tailor RNA-seq to their needs.
This Technique Talk will explore how to select the RNA sequencing platform best suited for a scientific question and how to adapt experimental design according to downstream applications.
Available RNA sequencing technologies and their applications
Optimizing library preparation depending on the sequencing platform
How to obtain the proper sample quality required for each RNA sequencing technology
The importance of replicate numbers to obtain reliable results
Monday, September 27, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Wouter Bossuyt, PhD Manager Genomics Core University of Leuven
TS_Webinar_Multi_TSU_Technique Talk: Designing and Optimizing RNA-seq Experiments September 27, 2021
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