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“Long non-coding RNA discovery in Anopheles gambiae using deep RNA sequencing”

bioRxiv

Jul 26, 2014

Adam M JenkinsMarc A.T. Muskavitch

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Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are mRNA-like transcripts longer than 200 bp that have no protein-coding potential. lncRNAs have recently been implicated in epigenetic regulation, transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene regulation, and regulation of genomic stability in mammals, Ca...read more

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Anophelin protein, Anopheles albimanus
Malaria Vaccines
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Study of Epigenetics
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Endemic Diseases
Anopheles gambiae
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“Long non-coding RNA discovery in Anopheles gambiae using deep RNA sequencing”

bioRxiv

Jul 26, 2014

Adam M JenkinsMarc A.T. Muskavitch

PMID: 990007484

DOI: 10.1101/007484

Abstract

Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are mRNA-like transcripts longer than 200 bp that have no protein-coding potential. lncRNAs have recently been implicated in epigenetic regulation, transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene regulation, and regulation of genomic stability in mammals, Ca...read more

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Anophelin protein, Anopheles albimanus
Malaria Vaccines
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Introns
Study of Epigenetics
Malaria
Culicidae
Curb
Endemic Diseases
Anopheles gambiae
5
10

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