SAGE Part 2: LongSAGE, RL-SAGE and SuperSAGE

05:00 EDT 22 Sep 2016 | Bitesize Bio

SAGE, or serial analysis of gene expression, is a technique that enables you to digitally analyze the entire gene expression profile of a cell(s). Before this technique, scientists were limited to studying a few gene’s expression at once by a technique called the expressed sequence tag approach. The coolest part of SAGE is you don’t […]

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