Expanding the plant non-coding RNA world


in mouse revealed “a new continent in the RNA world”, through the novel observation showing that ~73% of genomic regions are used for transcription of non-coding RNAs (Carninci et al. 2005; Katayama et al. 2005). The emergence of next-generation sequencing technologies encouraged this trend to identify a variety of non-coding RNAs. These big successes by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10265-016-0896-y


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