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Genome-wide approaches to study alternative splicing using RNA-seq data

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The wealth of available RNA -seq datasets opens great opportunities to address keys questions in the field of alternative splicing. I will start my presentation with a general introduction into alternative splicing and its role in shaping fundamental processes such as cellular differentiation. Zooming in on the unprecedented opportunities that arise from the development of high-throughput RNA sequencing technologies, I will then review different approaches and tools to extract splicing information from genome-wide datasets.

The talk is part of the CCBI seminar series and the DTP graduate course Reviews in Computational Biology, but is open to all attendees.

This talk is part of the Computational and Systems Biology series.

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