Publications

Indiana University researchers use strand-specific community RNA-seq to reveal antisense transcription in human gut microbiota

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Metagenomics and other meta-omics approaches (including metatranscriptomics) provide insights into the composition and function of microbial communities living in different environments or animal hosts. Metatranscriptomics research provides an unprecedented opportunity to examine gene regulation for many microbial species simultaneously, and ...

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Single-cell RNA sequencing identifies tumor subpopulations

rna-seq

Single-cell sequencing, which is used to detect clinically important tumor subpopulations, is necessary for understanding tumor heterogeneity. Here, researchers from Kangwon National University, Korea analyzed transcriptomic data obtained from 34 single cells from human lung adenocarcinoma (LADC) patient-derived xenografts (PDXs). ...

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