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Widespread polycistronic transcripts in mushroom-forming fungi revealed by single-molecule long-read mRNA sequencing

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Dec 11, 2014

Sean P GordonZhong Wang

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Genes in prokaryotic genomes are often arranged into clusters and co-transcribed into polycistronic RNAs. Isolated examples of polycistronic RNAs were also reported in some eukaryotes but their presence was generally considered rare. Here we developed a long-read sequencing strategy to ...read more

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Agaricales
Fungi
Genes
Genome
Research Design
RNA
RNA, Messenger
Transcription, Genetic
Coriolus versicolor
Downstream
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1
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  • Widespread polycistronic transcripts in mushroom-forming fungi revealed by single-molecule long-read mRNA sequencing

    bioRxiv

    Dec 11, 2014

    Sean P GordonZhong Wang

    PMID: 990012542

    DOI: 10.1101/012542

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    Genes in prokaryotic genomes are often arranged into clusters and co-transcribed into polycistronic RNAs. Isolated examples of polycistronic RNAs were also reported in some eukaryotes but their presence was generally considered rare. Here we developed a long-read sequencing strategy to ...read more

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    Genome
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    1
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