RNAseq versus genome-predicted transcriptomes: a large population of novel transcripts identified in an Illumina-454 Hydra transcriptome

@inproceedings{Wenger2012RNAseqVG,
  title={RNAseq versus genome-predicted transcriptomes: a large population of novel
transcripts identified in an Illumina-454 Hydra transcriptome},
  author={Y Wenger and Brigitte Galliot},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2012}
}
Evolutionary studies benefit from deep sequencing technologies that generate genomic and transcriptomic sequences from a variety of organisms. Genome sequencing and RNAseq have complementary strengths. In this study, we present the assembly of the most complete Hydra transcriptome to date along with a comparative analysis of the specific features of RNAseq and genome-predicted transcriptomes currently available in the freshwater hydrozoan Hydra vulgaris. To produce an accurate and extensive… CONTINUE READING
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