Illumina and Ingenuity to host RNA-Seq Alzheimer’s Disease Scientific Webinar on Monday October 10

Ingenuity’s Darryl Gietzen, Ph.D., will present a scientific webinar that demonstrates how analysis of Illumina RNA-Seq data in IPA® was able to elucidate abundance-specific biological signatures in Alzheimer’s disease. IPA currently supports RNA-Seq identifiers from RefSeq, Ensembl, and UCSC. IPA also supports NGS data with integration partners CLC bio, GenomeQuest, Geospiza, Integromics, and Partek.

Register for webinar:
Monday, October 10, 2011 – 9 am PDT / 12 pm EDT / 5 pm UK

Please join Illumina and Ingenuity for a Scientific Seminar titled “Using IPA to analyze Illumina RNA-Seq data reveals abundance-specific biological signatures in Alzheimer’s Disease.”  In this presentation, Dr. Gietzen will discuss how IPA was used to interpret Alzheimer’s disease biology, by comparing Illumina RNA-Seq data from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) versus normal brain samples. 
IPA pathway analysis. Dr. Gietzen will reveal how IPA was instrumental in showing the visualization of both functional and molecular relationships in Alzheimer’s Disease.

PCR was also performed. IPA was instrumental in elucidating differential gene expression values, and showing the visualization of both functional and molecular relationships. By using RNA-Seq technologies to provide greater sensitivity of gene expression measurements, in combination with IPA’s analysis and visualization tools, Dr. Gietzen was able to gain an in-depth understanding of the transcript change in Alzheimer’s Disease.

IPA currently supports RNA-Seq identifiers RefSeq, Ensembl and UCSC. IPA also supports NGS data integration partners CLC bio, GenomeQuest, Geospiza, Integromics and Partek. IPA will soon support advanced visualization of known isoforms including functional protein domain overlay, direct access to published evidence, and more.

This scientific webinar will be presented twice, first hosted by Illumina on October 10th and then hosted by Ingenuity Systems on November 30th. Register here: October 10 and November 30

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