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Roadmap to the epitranscriptome

The “RNA world” is not at all hypothetical but rather the biological world we live in (1). For RNA to function within a modern cellular milieu of proteins and DNA, numerous chemical modifications coevolved that help sculpt its interactions (2). ...

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RNA sequencing in situ


Writing in Science, Lee et al. report an exciting first step toward combining some of the best aspects of both methods to sequence RNA in single cells in situ. Their approach, called fluorescence in situ RNA sequencing (FISSEQ), effectively treats ...

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