User: Sergio Martínez Cuesta

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News: Final Week for Early Bird Prices: Engaging Researchers in Good Data Management - 15th November, Cambridge
... Dear all, The following one-day conference may be of interest to some of you. Early bird registration closes in one week! All the best, Sergio ---------------------------------------------------- **Engaging Researchers in Good Data Management** A one-day conference 15 November 2017, St Catha ...
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News: Registrations open: Engaging Researchers in Good Data Management - 15th November 2017, Cambridge, UK
... Dear all, Registrations are now open for this **one-day conference** taking place in **Cambridge, UK** on the **15th November 2017**. It may be relevant to those interested in learning more and discussing *data sharing and management* in life sciences and other research disciplines. Please find mo ...
data news conference research life sciences written 11 weeks ago by Sergio Martínez Cuesta30 • updated 11 weeks ago by genomax39k
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Associations between biological terms and gene names in the literature
... Dear all, Given a biological term(s) of interest (e.g. G-quadruplex: MeSH Unique ID: [D054856][1]), I am looking for a robust tool to extract all known human gene names (e.g. TP53, P53) found to co-occur in proximity to my query biological term in the entire body of abstracts / freely available mai ...
literature text mining pubmed written 4 months ago by Sergio Martínez Cuesta30
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RNA-seq HEK293T recent datasets
... Dear all, I am currently exploring ArrayExpress/GEO for relevant datasets, but I was wondering if anyone is aware/have used any recent RNA-seq datasets involving the human cell line HEK293T? The classical datasets are from 2008 and 2010: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/query/acc.cgi?acc=GSE11892 ...
hek293t rna-seq written 5 months ago by Sergio Martínez Cuesta30 • updated 4 months ago by vivekbhr480
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HeLa reference fasta
... Dear all, My first question is if there is / where to find a referece .fasta file for the HeLa cell line. I am working with several DNA sequencing samples from HeLa. So far I have used UCSC's hg19 as a reference, however when aligning with bwa I can see a lot of R1 fwd alignments with a lot of so ...
reference hela hg19 written 5 months ago by Sergio Martínez Cuesta30

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