Conference Contribution Details
Mandatory Fields
Howard Fearnhead
MicroRNA profiling: From In-Situ Hybridization to New Gen Sequencing
MicroRNAs (miRNA) are short, noncoding regulatory RNAs involved in development, differentiation, and metabolism of most eukaryotic organisms. Investigating miRNA expression in these cellular processes is important for our understanding of fundamental biological processes and many different diseases. The course is designed to introduce researchers to the theoretical and practical aspects of the methods used for discovery and profiling of miRNA expression such as in-situ hybridization, microarray and qPCR analyses, fluorescent sorting and new-generation sequencing.
EMBL-Montorontondo, Italy
Invited Oral Presentation
Optional Fields
10-APR-10
16-APR-10
Publication Themes