3' DGE (3′-digital gene expression) for knockdown analysis
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Hi all,

I wonder if anyone used the 3'DGE (3′-digital gene expression) approach to measure the knockdown of target genes. I ask this because I have read that 3'end is not a good measure of knockdown. As you can see from this figure 3'end is definitely not preferred for measuring knockdown of target genes

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Please let me know your experience using 3' DGE for knockdown or as a general approach for performing differentially gene expression and other downstream analysis and finally arriving at biological conclusions.

Thanks,

Upendra

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What does this figure show exactly (what is 3' and 5', are these RNA-seq library prep protocols)? Is this qPCR data, or RNA-seq, and if RNA-seq...well, what are the datasets, and how have data been processed?

End-tagged RNA-seq is very common. For most common 10X single-cell RNA-seq technology is based on it, so yes, you can make good research with it. So what is the setup here, is this CRISPR, or shRNAs? Please give some details.

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