Landscape of transcription in human cells

@inproceedings{Djebali2012LandscapeOT,
  title={Landscape of transcription in human cells},
  author={Sarah Djebali and Carrie A. Davis and Angelika Merkel and Alex Dobin and Timo Lassmann and Ali Mortazavi and Andrea Tanzer and Julien Lagarde and Wei Lin and Felix Schlesinger and Chenghai Xue and Georgi K. Marinov and Jainab Khatun and Brian A. Williams and Chris Zaleski and Joel S. Rozowsky and Maik R{\"o}der and Felix Kokocinski and Rehab F. Abdelhamid and Tyler S Alioto and Igor Antoshechkin and marion. baer and Nadav S. Bar and Philippe J Batut and Kimberly Bell and I. Bell and Sudipto K. Chakrabortty and Xian Chen and Jacqueline Chrast and Jo{\~a}o Curado and Thomas Derrien and Jorg Drenkow and Erica Dumais and Jacqueline Dumais and Radha Duttagupta and Emilie Falconnet and Meagan Fastuca and Kata Fejes-Toth and Pedro G Ferreira and Sylvain Foissac and Melissa J. Fullwood and Hui Gao and David Sevilla Gonz{\'a}lez and Assaf Gordon and Harsha P. Gunawardena and C{\'e}dric Howald and Sonali Jha and Rory Johnson and Philipp Kapranov and Brandon King and Colin Kingswood and Oscar Luo and Eddie Park and Kimberly Persaud and Jonathan B. Preall and Paolo Ribeca and Brian A Risk and Daniel Robyr and Michael Sammeth and Lorian Schaffer and Lei-Hoon See and A A Nami Shahab and Jorgen Skancke and Ana Maria Suzuki and Hazuki Takahashi and Hagen Tilgner and Diane Trout and Nathalie Walters and Huaien Wang and John Wrobel and Yanbao Yu and Xiaoan Ruan and Yoshihide Hayashizaki and Jennifer L. Harrow and Mark B Gerstein and Tim J. P. Hubbard and Alexandre Reymond and Stylianos E. Antonarakis and Gregory F. Hannon and Morgan C. Giddings and Yijun Ruan and Barbara J. Wold and Piero Carninci and Roderic Guig{\'o} and Thomas R. Gingeras},
  booktitle={Nature},
  year={2012}
}
Eukaryotic cells make many types of primary and processed RNAs that are found either in specific subcellular compartments or throughout the cells. A complete catalogue of these RNAs is not yet available and their characteristic subcellular localizations are also poorly understood. Because RNA represents the direct output of the genetic information encoded by genomes and a significant proportion of a cell’s regulatory capabilities are focused on its synthesis, processing, transport, modification… CONTINUE READING
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