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Jeanette Baran-Gale

Addressing bias in small RNA library preparation for sequencing: a new protocol recovers microRNAs that evade capture by current methods

Jeanette Baran-Gale, a graduate student in Praveen Sethupathy’s lab, is first author on a paper published in Frontiers in Genetics: RNA last week titled, “Addressing bias in small RNA library preparation for sequencing: a new protocol recovers microRNAs that evade capture by current methods.” … Continued

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Innovations in Biological Computations Symposium Held

The Curriculum in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology and the Department of Pharmacology held their bi-annual Innovations in Biological Computations Symposium October 27, 2015 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm in the Bioinformatics auditorium.  The symposium was well attended, with the auditorium … Continued

Sara Selitsky

Sara Selitsky Publishes Paper in BMC Bioinformatics on tDRmapper

Sara Selitsky is first author on a paper published Nov. 4 in BMC Bioinformatics titled “tDRmapper: challenges and solutions to mapping, naming, and quantifying tRNA-derived RNAs from human small RNA-sequencing data.” Sara is a member of Praveen Sethupathy’s lab.  The paper … Continued

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Katrina Kutchko Publishes Paper in RNA

Congratulations to Katrina Kutchko (Laederach Lab) who co-first authored a paper in RNA titled “Multiple conformations are a conserved and regulatory feature of the RB1 5′ UTR,” where they identified a novel set of RNA structures that affect RB1 expression in patients presenting with … Continued