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Characterizing and annotating the genome using RNA-seq data

Characterizing and annotating the genome using RNA-seq data

Bioinformatics methods for various RNA-seq data analyses are in fast evolution with the improvement of sequencing technologies. However, many challenges still exist in how to efficiently process the RNA-seq data to obtain accurate and comprehensive results. Mapping RNA-seq reads to ...

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Transcriptome Sequencing for the Detection of Chimeric Transcripts

Transcriptome Sequencing for the Detection of Chimeric Transcripts

The occurrence of chimeric transcripts has been reported in many cancer cells and seen as potential biomarkers and therapeutic targets. Modern high-throughput sequencing technologies offer a way to investigate individual chimeric transcripts and the systematic information of associated gene expressions ...

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Kleat – cleavage site analysis of transcriptomes

Kleat – cleavage site analysis of transcriptomes

In eukaryotic cells, alternative cleavage of 3′ untranslated regions (UTRs) can affect transcript stability, transport and translation. For polyadenylated (poly(A)) transcripts, cleavage sites can be characterized with short-read sequencing using specialized library construction methods. However, for large-scale cohort studies as ...

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