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Why does the per base sequence quality decrease over the read in Illumina?

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LAST CALL! - microRNA Analysis Using Next-Generation Sequencing Workshop
There are a few seats left for our 3-days hands-on NGS data analysis workshop in Berlin, Germany.

Join us from September 21 - 23, 2016. Learn the basics of different small non-coding RNAs and their characteristics, understand the method of small RNA sequencing, find differentially expressed small RNAs, perform microRNA gene prediction, analyze your small RNAs, execute popular open-source microRNA tools on a Windows machine and use this event for networking.

For the full agenda go to https://www.ecseq.com/workshops/workshop_2016-05-small-RNA-Seq-microRNA-analysis-using-next-generation-sequencing

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NGS Introduction workshop in December in Munich, Germany:

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microRNA Analysis Using Next-Generation Sequencing (Berlin, September 21 - 23, 2016)

- Learn the basics of different small non-coding RNAs and their characteristics
- Understand the method of small RNA sequencing
- Find differentially expressed small RNAs
- Perform microRNA gene prediction
- Analyze your small RNAs (microRNA target prediction, functional analysis, etc.)
- Execute popular open-source microRNA tools (miRanallyzer, miRDeep, etc.) on a Windows machine (using a Linux VM)

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NGS Data Analysis Workshop in Munich (29 June - 1 Juli 2016)

Advance your research. Understand NGS and analyze sequenced data yourself.

Visit http://www.ecseq.com/workshops/workshop_2016-03-NGS-Next-Generation-Sequencing-Data-Analysis-A-Practical-Introduction

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ecSeq's RNA-Seq Experts - Prof. Dr. Ivo Hofacker

We are very pleased to introduce Prof. Dr. Ivo Hofacker as a member of our NGS Expert Network.

Since 2010 Prof. Dr. Ivo Hofacker holds a double professorship at the faculties of Chemistry and Computer Science. He is currently head of the Research Group Bioinformatics and Computational Biology.

His scientific interests fit mostly under the computational biology umbrella. Much of his work focuses on RNA Bioinformatics, the most visible part perhaps being the Vienna RNA Package for prediction and comparison of RNA secondary structures, which he and his coworkers have developed for over 15 years.

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