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Increased fraction of novel gene structures for long-noncoding RNAs

Precise identification of RNA-coding regions and transcriptomes of eukaryotes is a significant problem in biology. Currently, eukaryote transcriptomes are analyzed using deep short-read sequencing experiments of complementary DNAs. The resulting short-reads are then aligned against a genome and annotated junctions to infer biological meaning. In this study, scientists at Stanford University use long-read complementary DNA datasets for the analysis of ...

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