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[On-Demand Webinar]

RNA-Protein interactions in space and time

Do you want to know more about how CORALL RNA-Seq was applied to generate the first system-wide quantitative map of subcellular RNA localization?

Dr. Yvonne Goepel Product Manager Lexogen (2)

What You Will Learn: 

Dive into the first cell-wide quantitative atlas of RNA and protein subcellular localization.

Find out more about the novel technologies developed to study system-wide localization, distribution, and RNA dynamics unprecedented resolution.

Get a brief introduction to the RNA library preps and spike-in controls that have contributed to this achievement!

Understanding the crosstalk between the RNA and protein worlds is key for unraveling the characteristics of RNA-protein interactions in cellular systems.

This webinar introduces two unique multiomics methodologies recently developed by Eneko Villanueva, PhD, a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge.

Explore the use of these methodologies in the generation of the first system-wide quantitative map of RNA and protein subcellular localization!


The first part of the talk dives into the methods and the group’s findings. The method is now being applied to different cell types and a comprehensive localization database was built and will be expanded to aid the advance of localization studies.


The second part of the talk briefly introduces the Lexogen products used in this study. Our product manager Dr. Yvonne Goepel will present RiboCop, CORALL, QuantSeq, and SIRVs and focus on what made these products especially suited for this (and similar) research questions.

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Meet The Speakers


Eneko Villanueva, PhD | Postdoctoral Research Associate Cambridg

Eneko Villanueva, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Cambridge Centre of Proteomics
University of Cambridge

Eneko studied Biology at the Pompeu Fabra University, and later obtained a PhD in Biomedical Research in the University of Barcelona. He spent his PhD studying the way in which viruses evolve to optimize their protein synthesis; as well as learning how to engineer them to constrain this synthesis to tumors and develop oncolytic viruses. Eneko became a Welcome Trust Postdoctoral Fellow in the Cambridge Center for Proteomics in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge in 2016, where he is currently following the “Keep It Simple” paradigm to develop new technologies combining transcriptomics and proteomics to understand how RNA and proteins interact in space and time



Dr. Yvonne Goepel
Product Manager

Yvonne obtained her PhD in Microbiology from Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences and Molecular Biosciences of the University of Göttingen where she focused on regulatory RNAs in Bacteria. As postdoctoral researcher at the University of Vienna, Yvonne continued her work on non-coding RNAs and regulated turn-over before starting as a Research Scientist at Lexogen applying her expertise in molecular RNA Biology to develop new methods and kits that facilitate RNA-Seq workflows and help researchers worldwide with their discoveries. Yvonne has been a core part of the product management team helping to drive innovation at Lexogen – The RNA Experts.