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  • July webinar: Cancer Transcriptomics

    New webinar: The RNA Isoform Landscape of Cancer.

    You'll learn about:
    • The untapped potential of RNA isoforms for understanding cancer biology.
    • How long-read RNA sequencing can discover cancer-specific isoforms.
    • How to use the data to uncover the molecular heterogeneity of cancers.
    Our guest speaker is Olga Anczukow, Ph.D., Associate Professor at The Jackson Laboratory, and her talk topic is: Revealing alternative splicing alterations in breast cancer using long-read RNA sequencing.

    Sign up here >> https://bit.ly/3AxnfdE

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