Deep RNA-Seq uncovers the peach transcriptome landscape

@article{Wang2013DeepRU,
  title={Deep RNA-Seq uncovers the peach transcriptome landscape},
  author={Lu Wang and Shuang Zhao and Chao Gu and Ying Zhou and Hui Zhou and Juanjuan Ma and Jun Cheng and Yuepeng Han},
  journal={Plant Molecular Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={83},
  pages={365-377}
}
Peach (Prunus persica) is one of the most important of deciduous fruit trees worldwide. To facilitate isolation of genes controlling important horticultural traits of peach, transcriptome sequencing was conducted in this study. A total of 133 million pair-end RNA-Seq reads were generated from leaf, flower, and fruit, and 90 % of reads were mapped to the peach draft genome. Sequence assembly revealed 1,162 transcription factors and 2,140 novel transcribed regions (NTRs). Of these 2,140 NTRs, 723… CONTINUE READING

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