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Transcriptomic Analysis of Endangered Chinese Salamander

Transcriptomic Analysis of Endangered Chinese Salamander

The Chinese salamander (Hynobius chinensis), an endangered amphibian species of salamander endemic to China, has attracted much attention because of its value of studying paleontology evolutionary history and decreasing population size. Despite increasing interest in the Hynobius chinensis genome, genomic ...

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Characterization of the human ESC transcriptome by hybrid sequencing

Characterization of the human ESC transcriptome by hybrid sequencing

Isoform identification and discovery are an important goal for transcriptome analysis because the majority of human genes express multiple isoforms with context- and tissue-specific functions. Better annotation of isoforms will also benefit downstream analysis such as expression quantification. Current RNA-Seq ...

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Shark Transcriptome Less Fishy, More Human Than Expected

Shark Transcriptome Less Fishy, More Human Than Expected

from genetic Engineering News Researchers primarily interested in conserving the great white shark undertook a gene-level analysis of the remarkable creature, which remains mysterious even though it continues to hold the public’s imagination as firmly as its jaws seize prey. ...

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Atypical RNAs in the coelacanth transcriptome

Atypical RNAs in the coelacanth transcriptome

Circular and apparently trans-spliced RNAs have recently been reported as abundant types of transcripts in mammalian transcriptome data. Both types of non-colinear RNAs are also abundant in RNA-seq of different tissue from both the African and the Indonesian coelacanth. A ...

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