Evaluation of protocols for rRNA depletion-based RNA sequencing of nanogram inputs of mammalian total RNA
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Next generation RNA-Sequencing (RNA-seq) is a flexible approach that can be applied to e.g. global quantification of transcript expression, the characterization of RNA structure such as splicing patterns and profiling of expressed mutations. Many RNA-seq protocols require up to microgram levels of total RNA input amounts to generate high quality data, and thus remain impractical for the limited starting material amounts typically obtained from rare cell populations, such as those from early ... (Show More)
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