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RNA-Seq 2014

17 Jun 2014 - 19 Jun 2014 - Boston, MA, USA



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RNA-Seq 2014 remains the industry’s only conference solely dedicated to maximizing the practical applications of the transcriptome. The leaders in the field are coming together once again to discuss and share expertise to harness the power of RNA-Seq technology. RNA-Seq 2014 will enable you to cost-effectively manage the entire RNA-Seq landscape by directly providing you with in-depth access to the latest technologies and software that are revolutionizing the industry. You will hear detailed evaluation of your options when it comes to managing and analysing RNA-Seq data to supercharge the commercial potential of the transcriptome.





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