RNA Analysis

Bologna University, September 2018

Cedric Notredame


In this course, I will start by introducing mainstream next generation sequencing methods. I will then discuss how these methods can be used todo RNA-Seq for the systematic sequencing of cell transcriptomes, along with the many challenges it entails, such as gene modeling and isoform quantification. This introduction will include recent developments in single cell sequencing. The second part of the course will focus on more algorithmic aspects of RNA analysis including BWT mapping and the prediction of RNA secondary structures using the Zuker algorithm. The last part of the course will be focused on the computation of RNA multiple sequence alignment methods. I will first introduce the standard multiple sequence alignment method and show how these methods can be applied to nucleotide sequences. I will finish this series of lectures by showing how multiple sequence alignment methods can be adapted to deal with RNA secondary structure analysis, and how they can possibly be used to combine structural and sequence information.

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1 BolognaLECTURENext Generation SequencingL
3 BolognaLECTURESingle Cell TranscriptomicsL
BolognaBIBLIOSingle Cell Transcriptomics ReviewP
4 BolognaLECTUREShort Reads MappingL
BolognaBIBLIOShort Reads MappingPP
5 BolognaLECTUREPairwise Dynamic ProgrammingL
6 BolognaLECTURERNA Secondary Structure PredictionL
BolognaBIBLIORNA Secondary Structure PredictionPP
7BolognaLECTUREBlast AlgorithmL
8BolognaLECTURESearching Non Coding RNAsL
9BolognaLECTUREMultiple Sequence Alignment AlgorithmsL
10BolognaLECTUREThe T-Coffee AlgorithmL
11BolognaLECTUREMultiply Aligning Non Coding RNAs.L

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