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Cell-Type Specific Features of Circular RNA Expression
Thousands of loci in the human and mouse genomes give rise to circular RNA transcripts; at many of these loci, the predominant RNA isoform is a circle. Using an improved computational approach forExpand
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Circular RNA Is Expressed across the Eukaryotic Tree of Life
An unexpectedly large fraction of genes in metazoans (human, mouse, zebrafish, worm, fruit fly) express high levels of circularized RNAs containing canonical exons. Here we report that circular RNAExpand
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Functional Characterization of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Genome by Genetic Footprinting
ABSTRACT We present a detailed and quantitative analysis of the functional characteristics of the 1,000-nucleotide segment at the 5′ end of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) RNA genome.Expand
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DNA Methylation Profiles of Ovarian Epithelial Carcinoma Tumors and Cell Lines
Background Epithelial ovarian carcinoma is a significant cause of cancer mortality in women worldwide and in the United States. Epithelial ovarian cancer comprises several histological subtypes, eachExpand
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Structurally Conserved Primate LncRNAs Are Transiently Expressed during Human Cortical Differentiation and Influence Cell-Type-Specific Genes
Summary The cerebral cortex has expanded in size and complexity in primates, yet the molecular innovations that enabled primate-specific brain attributes remain obscure. We generated cerebral cortexExpand
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Comprehensive Mutational Analysis of the Moloney Murine Leukemia Virus Envelope Protein
ABSTRACT The envelope (Env) protein of Moloney murine leukemia virus is the primary mediator of viral entry. We constructed a large pool of insertion mutations in the env gene and analyzed theExpand
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Correction: Cell-Type Specific Features of Circular RNA Expression
Patrick O Brown should also be listed as a corresponding author. His email address is pbrown@stanford.edu
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Correction: Circular RNA Is Expressed across the Eukaryotic Tree of Life
An unexpectedly large fraction of genes in metazoans (human, mouse, zebrafish, worm, fruit fly) express high levels of circularized RNAs containing canonical exons. Here we report that circular RNAExpand
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