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IVT-seq reveals extreme bias in RNA-sequencing

bioRxiv

May 21, 2014

Nicholas F LahensJohn B Hogenesch

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Background RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) is a powerful technique for identifying and quantifying transcription and splicing events, both known and novel. However, given its recent development and the proliferation of library construction methods, understanding the bias it introduces is incom...read more

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Computed (Procedure)
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Sequencing
Poly A
RNA
RNA Splicing
Ribosomal RNA
Proliferation (Morphologic Abnormality)
In Vitro [Publication Type]
Nuclear mRNA Cis Splicing, via Spliceosome
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IVT-seq reveals extreme bias in RNA-sequencing

bioRxiv

May 21, 2014

Nicholas F LahensJohn B Hogenesch

PMID: 990005371

DOI: 10.1101/005371

Abstract

Background RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) is a powerful technique for identifying and quantifying transcription and splicing events, both known and novel. However, given its recent development and the proliferation of library construction methods, understanding the bias it introduces is incom...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Computed (Procedure)
Transcript
Sequencing
Poly A
RNA
RNA Splicing
Ribosomal RNA
Proliferation (Morphologic Abnormality)
In Vitro [Publication Type]
Nuclear mRNA Cis Splicing, via Spliceosome
56
5

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