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  • ehlannom
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    Hello!

    I am a graduate student at Tennessee Tech University. I am planning to use RNAseq to study the transcriptional changes of two intra-nuclear bacteria over the course of their life cycles. Currently, I am trying to learn the different bioinformatics tools to process raw reads and analyse differentially expressed genes.

    Thanks for having me!

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  • eduardoreyesf
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    Hello

    I am a Research Scientist working at National University of Santa. I work with Genome, RNA-Seq with Illumina and Nanopore technology, I want to learn genomic data management.

    Best regards everyone!

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  • seqadmin
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    Welcome to the community! We're going to be adding a lot of new resources onto the site soon, so stick around. And if you need anything or have any suggestions just send me a message.

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  • kernelpanic
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    Introduction

    Hi

    I am a Research Scientist working at MSKCC. I work with RNA-Seq and WGS data, to a lesser extent with WXS data.

    Nice meeting everyone!

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