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The MOuse NOnCode Lung database

The MOuse NOnCode Lung database

The MOuse NOnCode Lung database: mouse long non-coding RNAs (lncRNA) involved in Influenza and SARS-CoV infections The MOuse NOnCode Lung database — MONOCLdb — is an integrative and interactive database designed to retrieve and visualize annotations, expression profiles and functional ...

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RNA: The genome's rising stars

from Nature by Amy Maxmen When Saba Valadkhan lingered in the hallways at conferences, absorbed in discussions about the strands of ‘junk’ DNA that litter the human genome, she was not looking for work. She was consumed with curiosity about ...

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Predicting long non-coding RNAs with RNA-Seq

The advent of next-generation sequencing, and in particular RNA-sequencing (RNA-Seq), technologies has expanded our knowledge of the transcriptional capacity of human and other animal, genomes. In particular, recent RNA-Seq studies have revealed that transcription is widespread across the mammalian genome, ...

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Long noncoding RNAs in pathogenesis

LncRNAs (pronounced “link”) are long non-coding RNAs that are emerging as important regulators of gene expression in biological processes and diseases. In this issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, two papers connect lncRNAs to inherited conditions in humans. Sylvia ...

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