I’m a postdoctoral fellow at UCLA, where I investigate genes that regulate mammalian co-transcriptional splicing. I’m experienced with cell culture, molecular biology, and genomics.
Articles by Erin Wissink
So, you’ve spent time planning your high-throughput sequencing experiment. You’ve chosen how many replicates to use, deliberated about sequencing depth, and kept everything RNase-free. Now you have many gigabytes of data available. What’s next? While the first step of RNA-Seq analysis is aligning your sequencing reads to a reference genome, first you need to get…