High-resolution human cytomegalovirus transcriptome.

@article{Gatherer2011HighresolutionHC,
  title={High-resolution human cytomegalovirus transcriptome.},
  author={Derek Gatherer and Sepehr Seirafian and Charles Cunningham and Mary Holton and Derrick J. Dargan and Katarina Baluchova and Ralph D Hector and Julie Galbraith and Pawel Herzyk and Gavin W G Wilkinson and Andrew J Davison},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={108 49},
  pages={19755-60}
}
Deep sequencing was used to bring high resolution to the human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) transcriptome at the stage when infectious virion production is under way, and major findings were confirmed by extensive experimentation using conventional techniques. The majority (65.1%) of polyadenylated viral RNA transcription is committed to producing four noncoding transcripts (RNA2.7, RNA1.2, RNA4.9, and RNA5.0) that do not substantially overlap designated protein-coding regions. Additional noncoding… CONTINUE READING
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