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A New Transcriptomes Dataset for C elegans

A New Transcriptomes Dataset  for C elegans

The nematode Caenorhabditis elegans is an important model for studies of germ cell biology, including the meiotic cell cycle, gamete specification as sperm or oocyte and gamete development. Fundamental to those studies is a genome-level knowledge of the germline transcriptome. ...

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The human skeletal muscle transcriptome

The human skeletal muscle transcriptome

Human skeletal muscle health is important for quality of life and several chronic diseases, including type II diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Skeletal muscle is a tissue widely used to study mechanisms behind different diseases and adaptive effects of controlled ...

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Going deep to improve maize transcriptome

Going deep to improve maize transcriptome

from Phys.org A team of researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (DOE JGI), the University of California, Berkeley, and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center generated an ultra-deep, high quality transcriptome–the fraction of the genome that ...

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Extending the sRNAome of Apple by Next-Generation Sequencing

Extending the sRNAome of Apple by Next-Generation Sequencing

The global importance of apple as a fruit crop necessitates investigations into molecular aspects of the processes that influence fruit quality and yield, including plant development, fruit ripening and disease resistance. In order to study and understand biological processes it ...

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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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