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The use of exome capture RNA-seq for highly degraded RNA with application to clinical cancer sequencing

Genome Research

Aug 9, 2015

Marcin CieslikDan Robinson

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RNA-seq by poly(A) selection is currently the most common protocol for whole transcriptome sequencing as it provides a broad, detailed, and accurate view of the RNA landscape. Unfortunately, the utility of poly(A) libraries is greatly limited when the input RNA is degraded, which is the...read more

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The use of exome capture RNA-seq for highly degraded RNA with application to clinical cancer sequencing

Genome Research

Aug 9, 2015

Marcin CieslikDan Robinson

PMID: 26253700

DOI: 10.1101/gr.189621.115

Abstract

RNA-seq by poly(A) selection is currently the most common protocol for whole transcriptome sequencing as it provides a broad, detailed, and accurate view of the RNA landscape. Unfortunately, the utility of poly(A) libraries is greatly limited when the input RNA is degraded, which is the...read more

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Sequence Determinations, RNA
Inversion Mutation Abnormality
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