Tag Archives: transcript isoforms

IUTA – a tool for effectively detecting differential isoform usage from RNA-Seq data

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Most genes in mammals generate several transcript isoforms that differ in stability and translational efficiency through alternative splicing. Such alternative splicing can be tissue- and developmental stage-specific, and such specificity is sometimes associated with disease. Thus, detecting differential isoform usage ...

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RNA-Rocket: An RNA-Seq Analysis Resource for Infectious Disease Research

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RNA-Seq is a method for profiling transcription using high-throughput sequencing and is an important component of many research projects that wish to study transcript isoforms, condition specific expression, and transcriptional structure. The methods, tools, and technologies employed to perform RNA-Seq ...

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