Tag Archives: sequencing libraries

Randomized Adapters for Reducing Bias in Small RNA-Seq Libraries


The past decade has seen an explosion of interest in cataloging the small RNA repertoires of animal and plant species, and in understanding the biological function of small RNAs. Small RNAs include not only microRNAs, but also piRNAs and other ...

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miRNEST 2.0 – a database of plant and animal microRNAs

Ever growing interest in microRNAs has immensely populated the number of resources and research papers devoted to the field and, as a result, it becomes more and more demanding to find miRNA data of interest. To mitigate this problem, researchers ...

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