Sequencing, Mapping, and Analysis of 27,455 Maize Full-Length cDNAs

@inproceedings{Soderlund2009SequencingMA,
  title={Sequencing, Mapping, and Analysis of 27,455 Maize Full-Length cDNAs},
  author={Carol Soderlund and Anne Descour and Dave Kudrna and Matthew Bomhoff and Lomax Boyd and Jennifer Currie and Angelina Angelova and Kristi Collura and Marina Wissotski and Elizabeth M C Ashley and Darren Morrow and John Fernandes and Virginia Walbot and Yeisoo Yu},
  booktitle={PLoS genetics},
  year={2009}
}
Full-length cDNA (FLcDNA) sequencing establishes the precise primary structure of individual gene transcripts. From two libraries representing 27 B73 tissues and abiotic stress treatments, 27,455 high-quality FLcDNAs were sequenced. The average transcript length was 1.44 kb including 218 bases and 321 bases of 5' and 3' UTR, respectively, with 8.6% of the FLcDNAs encoding predicted proteins of fewer than 100 amino acids. Approximately 94% of the FLcDNAs were stringently mapped to the maize… CONTINUE READING
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  • DA Benson, I Karsch-Mizrachi, DJ Lipman, J Ostell, EW Sayers
  • Nucleic Acids Res
  • 2009

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