Tag Archives: genome annotation

Mining long noncoding RNA in livestock


Genome-wide association studies in livestock based on high-resolution genotyping and sequencing have revealed that the majority of signals associated with complex phenotypic traits are located outside of annotated protein-coding regions in the genome. The approaches of next-generation sequencing applied to whole transcriptome and chromatin profiles have provided information about existing genome-wide transcriptional activity and have revealed that the genomes are ...

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Pinstripe: a suite of programs for integrating transcriptomic and proteomic datasets

Comparing transcriptomic data with proteomic data to identify protein-coding sequences is a long-standing challenge in molecular biology, one that is exacerbated by the increasing size of high-throughput datasets. To address this challenge, and thereby to improve the quality of genome annotation and understanding of genome biology, researchers at The University of Queensland have developed an integrated suite of programs, called ...

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