2020-02-19T18:07:54+08:002017-03-31|News and events, Seminars and Workshops|
Talk title The Never Finished Transcriptome
Speaker Prof. San Ming WANG
Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Macau
Date & Time 31 March 2017 (Friday) 15:00-16:00
Venue Room G004, E12 Building (University of Macau)
Abstract Transcriptome refers to “the sum total of all the messenger RNA molecules expressed from the genes of an organism”. Understanding transcriptome is essential to study biology and medicine. I will address multiple features of transcriptome derived from my studies, covering composition and abundance, polyA or non-polyA, antisense, transcriptome in human Hela cells, CD34+ hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells, transcriptome during Drosophila and human hematopoiesis, miRNA evolution in Drosophila, fusion transcription in leukemia, population promoter variation, and evaluation of current single cell transcriptome, etc.

San Ming WANG_31.3.2017