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Comprehensive transcriptome analysis using synthetic long-read sequencing reveals molecular co-association of distant splicing events

Comprehensive transcriptome analysis using synthetic long-read sequencing reveals molecular co-association of distant splicing events

Alternative splicing shapes mammalian transcriptomes, with many RNA molecules undergoing multiple distant alternative splicing events. Comprehensive transcriptome analysis, including analysis of exon co-association in the same molecule, requires deep, long-read sequencing. Here we introduce an RNA sequencing method, synthetic long-read ...

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Mapping Splicing Quantitative Trait Loci in RNA-Seq

Mapping Splicing Quantitative Trait Loci in RNA-Seq

One of the major mechanisms of generating mRNA diversity is alternative splicing, a regulated process that allows for the flexibility of producing functionally different proteins from the same genomic sequences. This process is often altered in cancer cells to produce ...

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RNA-Seq Blog – Poll Results

RNA-Seq Blog – Poll Results

We asked: What is your major application for RNA-Seq? Thanks to everyone who participated!  (64 respondents)  Check out the latest poll question in the sidebar.

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