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University of Cambridge researchers describe new method for revealing short-term changes in gene expression, alterations in RNA decay rates, and the kinetics of RNA processing

rna-seq

Cellular RNA levels are orchestrated by highly regulated processes involving RNA synthesis (transcription), processing (e.g., splicing, polyadenylation, transport), and degradation. Profiling these changes provides valuable information on the regulation of gene expression. Total cellular RNA is a poor template for ...

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mNET-Seq – snapshots of transcription

rna-seq

Transcription is a highly dynamic process. Consequently, researchers at the University of Oxford have developed native elongating transcript sequencing technology for mammalian chromatin (mNET-seq), which generates single-nucleotide resolution, nascent transcription profiles. Nascent RNA was detected in the active site of ...

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