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Featured lncRNA Job – Technical Scientist

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Position available One opening for either a Technical Scientist or Technical Staff Job description We are seeking a highly motivated individual to elucidate the molecular function of long non-coding RNA based on functional genomics strategy (e.g. high-throughput screening). The ideal candidate should have a strong background in managing and executing automation system such as automated cell culturing system and automated ...

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Call for papers – non-coding RNA methods

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The journal Non-Coding RNA is now accepting submissions for a special issue on Non Coding RNA methods. The special issue co guest-edited by Dr. Piero Carninci from the RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies in Japan and Dr. Florent Hubé from the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris. This special issue will group together manuscripts that report on ...

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Human natural antisense lncRNAs can up-regulate protein translation

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One of the biggest surprises of the past decade of genomic studies was the discovery that, contrary to previous belief, the majority of the genome is not used to produce proteins. Initially, many scientists thought that these long non-coding RNAs were non-functional “noise,” but in recent studies, a growing fraction of these lncRNAs have been found to have regulatory functions. ...

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Featured long non-coding RNA Job – Research Scientist or a Postdoctoral Researcher – RIKEN

Seeking Either a Research Scientist or a Postdoctoral Researcher RIKEN Genome Information Analysis Team, Life Science Accelerator Technology Group, Division of Genomic Technologies, Center for Life Science Technologies : Yokohama, Japan Laboratory Genome Information Analysis Team, Life Science Accelerator Technology Group, Division of Genomic Technologies, RIKEN Center for Life Science Technologies (Team Leader: Alistair FORREST) Research Field The RIKEN Center ...

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