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The transcriptome is the set of all messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules, or "transcripts," produced in one or a population of cells. The term can be applied to the total set of transcripts in a given organism, or to the specific subset of transcripts present in a particular...
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No, a transcriptome is different from a genome, which is the entire DNA sequence ... A transcriptome represents the very small percentage of the genome - less than 5 ...
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The ENS transcriptome platform is intended to produce DNA microarrays and to offer for scientific community use facilities to make the most of these DNA micorarrays.
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Transcriptome analyses: experimental design, microarray production and data analyses ... the FEBS Advanced course on Transcriptome Analysis which is hosted at École ...
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AtTome: Arabidopsis Transcriptome Functional Genomics Database. gebd Arabidopsis ... Reference to cite for transcriptome tiling array data and SSP ORF clones. ...
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Lung Transcriptome. Genomics Resource for Academic Scientists and Pulmonary Medicine ... Microarray Sequence Verification and Comparison Database. Searchable ...
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Recent large-scale transcript mapping experiments suggest that many more ... The structures of typical mammalian genes, consisting of many small coding ...
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Transcriptome (statistics) Transcriptome (alphabetical listing) ... Comparison with Published Data. Download Transcriptome Raw Data ...
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Affymetrix is dedicated to developing state-of-the-art technology for acquiring, analyzing, and managing complex genetic information for use in biomedical research. ...
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The transcriptome analyser project aims to provide tools to determine and ... Some papers, using our transcriptome data, have already been published: ...
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Genome & DNA Sequencing Services, De Novo Assembly, Mapping of Genomic DNA, PCR, & MicroRNA. ... Maher et al. Transcriptome sequencing to detect gene fusions ...
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Fully Supported Transcriptome Analysis Applications ... Transcriptome Discovery: Find uncharacterized transcripts, update genome ...
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