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Recurrent chimeric fusion RNAs in non-cancer tissues and cells
Gene fusions and their products (RNA and protein) were once thought to be unique features to cancer. However, chimeric RNAs can also be found in normal cells. Here, we performed, curated and analyzedExpand
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Discovery of CTCF-Sensitive Cis-Spliced Fusion RNAs between Adjacent Genes in Human Prostate Cells
Genes or their encoded products are not expected to mingle with each other unless in some disease situations. In cancer, a frequent mechanism that can produce gene fusions is chromosomalExpand
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Correction: Discovery of CTCF-Sensitive Cis-Spliced Fusion RNAs between Adjacent Genes in Human Prostate Cells
The term FKPM (fragments per kilobase of transcript per million fragments sequenced) is incorrect throughout. The correct description should be FPKM (Fragments Per Kilobase Of Exon Per MillionExpand
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Analysis of global gene expression changes in human bronchial epithelial cells exposed to spores of the allergenic fungus, Alternaria alternata
Exposure and sensitivity to ubiquitous airborne fungi such as Alternaria alternata have long been implicated in the development, onset, and exacerbation of chronic allergic airway disorders. ThisExpand
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Fusion transcriptome profiling provides insights into alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma
Significance Here, we propose an approach to study connections between biological samples. By using binary input of fusion RNA expression, samples of same or similar tissue origin were clusteredExpand
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Analysis of the Allergenic Potential of the Ubiquitous Airborne Fungus Alternaria Using Bioinformatics
Analysis of the allergenic potential of the ubiquitous airborne fungus Alternaria using bioinformatics Mihaela Corina Babiceanu Among the environmental airborne fungi one of the most common isExpand