Maintaining Hormone Balance Through RNA Decay
The Scientist Speaks - What Comes Up Must Go Down: Maintaining Hormone Balance Through RNA Decay
Neelanjan Mukherjee discusses how RNA decay is essential for regulating a blood pressure-controlling hormone.
The Scientist Speaks - What Comes Up Must Go Down: Maintaining Hormone Balance Through RNA Decay
The Scientist Speaks - What Comes Up Must Go Down: Maintaining Hormone Balance Through RNA Decay

Neelanjan Mukherjee discusses how RNA decay is essential for regulating a blood pressure-controlling hormone.

Neelanjan Mukherjee discusses how RNA decay is essential for regulating a blood pressure-controlling hormone.

RNA-seq
Fast Amplification-Based NGS Library Preparation
Fast Amplification-Based NGS Library Preparation
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Sep 21, 2022
In this webinar, Jennifer Silverman and Kan Saito will discuss using rapid genome and transcriptome amplification kits on low input samples for next-generation sequencing.
Discover new research possibilities with single cell sequencing.
Demystifying Single Cell Sequencing
10x Genomics | Feb 23, 2022
New single cell technologies make previously unattainable discoveries a reality.
Stem Cells in Human Teeth Follow the Rules of Their Environment
Roni Dengler, PhD | Feb 7, 2022
How stem cells in human teeth respond to different environmental conditions offers clues for regenerative medicine.
Biosurveillance for Viral Infections
The Scientist Creative Services Team and Tecan | Jun 8, 2021
Scientists use ELISAs to assess the immunity and etiology of immune responses to coronavirus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advances in Nucleic Acid Sequencing
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Aug 13, 2020
Download this eBook to learn how new sequencing methods revolutionize genetics research!
rna-seq rna sequencing bias dataset transcript
Technical Bias Widespread in RNA-Seq Datasets
Diana Kwon | Nov 21, 2019
Genes that are exceptionally long or short are overrepresented in some published reports, which can lead to misinterpreted results.
Scientists Continue to Use Outdated Methods
Catherine Offord | Jan 8, 2018
The use of underperforming computational tools is a major offender in science’s reproducibility crisis—and there’s growing momentum to avoid it.
Characterizing the Imprintome
Amber Dance | Jan 1, 2017
Three techniques for identifying the collection of maternal and paternal genes silenced in offspring
Scaling to Singles
Kelly Rae Chi | May 1, 2016
Tips for tracing transcription in individual cells
Sperm RNAs Transmit Stress
Kate Yandell | Oct 19, 2015
Stressed male mice can pass on an abnormal stress response to their offspring via microRNAs found in sperm, a study shows.
Genetic Repression Boosts Memory
Kate Yandell | Oct 1, 2015
Expression or translation of some genes must be turned off in the mouse hippocampus for memories to form.
An Array of Options
Kate Yandell | Jun 1, 2015
A guide for how and when to transition from the microarray to RNA-seq
Circadian Atlas Chronicles Gene Expression
Kate Yandell | Oct 27, 2014
Researchers have mapped the times of day when mouse genes are transcribed across 12 organs.
Cancer-Associated Viruses Overblown?
Tracy Vence | Aug 7, 2013
An MD Anderson study calls into question estimates on the percentage of viruses linked to cancer.
Transcriptomics for the Animal Kingdom
Amy Maxmen | Jul 1, 2013
Using RNA-seq to study nonmodel organisms