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Scientists discover RNA modifications in some unexpected places

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by Matt Fearer CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The so-called central dogma of molecular biology—that DNA makes RNA which makes protein—has long provided a simplified explanation for how genetic information is deciphered and translated in living organisms. In reality, of course, the ...

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INsPeCT: INtegrative Platform for Cancer Transcriptomics

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The emergence of transcriptomics, fuelled by high-throughput sequencing technologies, has changed the nature of cancer research and resulted in a massive accumulation of data. Computational analysis, integration, and data visualization are now major bottlenecks in cancer biology and translational research. ...

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