Thursday, October 6, 2022

[DMANET] Free web seminars on small non-coding RNAs

Dear colleagues,

This **upcoming Monday**, we propose a free web-seminar on identifying microRNA targets at the single cell level!

In the framework of the small non-coding RNA bioinformatics club (, we are happy to share with you the future freely available web seminars.
The club will propose seminars every two months. Abstracts and links for the seminars are available here:

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YouTube channel (most of the seminars are then shared through this channel):

Seminars are given at 4pm CET, except in rare cases.
- 10th of October: 2 senior researchers - miRNA targets at the single-cell levels (Marc Friedländer) and small RNA-seq tools (flash talk, Matthias Zytnicki) -
- 7th of November: Amy Buck, RNA communication in host-pathogen interactions (not recorded)
- 28th of November: Cynthia Sharma, Regulatory RNAs in pathogenic Epsilonproteobacteria (not recorded)
- 9th of January: Li Xuan Qin, Depth normalization of small RNA sequencing: using data and biology to select a suitable method

'hope to see you virtually in these seminars,
Laurent Guyon, on behalf of all the organizers (Rolf Backofen, Ana Eulálio, Bastian Fromm, Laurent Guyon, Andreas Keller, Marie-France Sagot)

Laurent GUYON, PhD, HDR - Bioinformatics
CEA IRIG (Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Grenoble<>)
BioHealth Department - BCI (Biology of Cancer and Infection laboratory<>)
UMR 1292 CEA/Inserm/Université Grenoble Alpes

CEA Grenoble - Bât C3 - Bureau 224
17 rue des Martyrs - 38054 GRENOBLE Cedex 9 - France

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Interested by small non-coding RNA bioinformatics? Join the club!

Special issue on small non-coding RNA bioinformatics, submit before the 15th of October (updated - contact me if you need delay):

Happy to share miRViz (free to use website to analyze your microRNA datasets):
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