April 17, 2014


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Cofactor in the Classroom

Recently I had the opportunity to volunteer my time at the Saint Louis Science Center, helping out with one of their programs called DNA Gene Shorts. While arranging my schedule at work to allow for the half day off, one of my colleagues asked me why I like to volunteer. The answer for me is easy: […]
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In RNA-Seq Posted

Isolating Cells of Interest From Tissue: A Primer

In my last post, I discussed the advantages of RNA-seq for characterizing conditional knock out mice. The question arises for this experiment and most other biological studies: how do we isolate the cell population of interest? This is a major point for consideration when planning your transcriptome experiment since RNA populations are dynamic and sensitive […]
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