The transcriptional landscape of the mammalian genome.

@article{Carninci2005TheTL,
  title={The transcriptional landscape of the mammalian genome.},
  author={Piero Carninci and Takeya Kasukawa and Seiichi Katayama and Julian Gough and Martin C. Frith and Nobuyo N. Maeda and Rieko Oyama and Timothy Ravasi and Boris Lenhard and Christopher Wells and Rimantas Kodzius and Kazuro Shimokawa and Vladimir B. Bajic and Steven E. Brenner and Serge Batalov and Alistair R. R. Forrest and Mihaela Zavolan and Melissa J Davis and Laurens G. Wilming and Vassilis Aidinis and Jonathan E. Allen and Alberto Ambesi-Impiombato and Rolf Apweiler and Rajith N. Aturaliya and Timothy L. Bailey and Manju Bansal and Laura Baxter and Kirk W. Beisel and T Bersano and Hidemasa U Bono and Alistair M. Chalk and Kuo Ping Chiu and Vidhu Choudhary and Alan Christoffels and Daniel R. Clutterbuck and Mark L. Crowe and Emiliano Dalla and Brian P. Dalrymple and Bernard de Bono and Giusy Della Gatta and Diego di Bernardo and Thomas Down and Paul A Engstrom and Michela Fagiolini and Geoffrey Faulkner and Colin F. Fletcher and Tatsuya Fukushima and Masaaki Furuno and Shiroh Futaki and Manuela Gariboldi and Patrik Georgii-Hemming and T. R. Gingeras and Takashi Gojobori and Richard E. Green and Stefano Gustincich and Matthias Harbers and Yoshikazu Hayashi and Takao K Hensch and Nobutaka Hirokawa and Deborah Hill and Lukasz Huminiecki and Michele Iacono and Kazuho Ikeo and Asushi Iwama and Takao Ishikawa and Martin Lars Jakt and Alexander Kanapin and Masaaki Katoh and Yuka Kawasawa and Janet Kelso and Hiroshi Kitamura and Hidemi Kitano and George Kollias and S. P. T. Krishnan and Adele Kruger and Sarah K Kummerfeld and Igor Kurochkin and Liana F. Lareau and Dejan Lazarevi{\'c} and Leonard Lipovich and Jiping Liu and Sabino Liuni and Sean McWilliam and M Madan Babu and Manuel Madera and Luigi Marchionni and Hajime Matsuda and Shu-ichi Matsuzawa and Harukata Miki and Flavio Mignone and S Miyake and Krystalynne Morris and Salim Mottagui-Tabar and Nicola Mulder and Noboru Nakano and Hiromitsu Nakauchi and Patrick Ng and Robert Nilsson and Shingo Nishiguchi and S. Nishikawa and Franco Nori and Osamu Ohara and Yuji Okazaki and Valerio Orlando and Ken C. Pang and William J. Pavan and Giulio Pavesi and Graziano Pesole and Nikolai Petrovsky and Silvano Piazza and Junelina Reed and James F. Reid and Brian Z Ring and Martin Ringwald and Burkhard Rost and Ying Ruan and Steven L Salzberg and Albin Sandelin and Claudia Schneider and Christian Sch{\"o}nbach and Keiko Sekiguchi and C. A. M. Semple and Shigeto Seno and Luca Sessa and Yan Sheng and Yoichiro Shibata and Hideaki Shimada and Kaori Shimada and Daniel-Adriano Silva and Brooke Sinclair and Silke Sperling and Elia Stupka and Koji Sugiura and Razvan Sultana and Yoichi Takenaka and Katsuhiko Taki and Kairi Tammoja and Sin Lam Tan and Saijun Tang and Michael S Taylor and Jesper Tegn{\'e}r and Sarah A. Teichmann and Hiroki R Ueda and Erik van Nimwegen and Roberto Verardo and Chia Lin Wei and Kasumi Yagi and Hiromitch Yamanishi and Eugene R. Zabarovsky and Shaojun Zhu and Andrew R. Zimmer and Winston A Hide and Carol Bult and Sean M. Grimmond and Rohan D. Teasdale and Edison T. Liu and Vesna Brusic and John Quackenbush and Claes Wahlestedt and John S. Mattick and David A. Hume and Chikatoshi Kai and Daisuke Sasaki and Yasuhiro Tomaru and Shiro Fukuda and Mutsumi Kanamori-Katayama and Miho Suzuki and Jun-ya Aoki and Takahiro Arakawa and Juri Iida and Katsutoshi Imamura and Masayoshi Itoh and Teru Kato and Hideya Kawaji and Nobuyuki Kawagashira and Takeshi Kawashima and Miki Kojima and Shinji Kondo and Hideaki Konno and Kiyohiro Nakano and Noriko Ninomiya and Takeshi Nishio and Minoru Okada and Charles Plessy and Kazuhiro Shibata and Toshiyuki Shiraki and Shogo Suzuki and Michihira Tagami and Kazunori Waki and Akira Watahiki and Yuko Okamura-Oho and Harukazu Suzuki and Jun Kawai and Yoshihide Hayashizaki},
  journal={Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={309 5740},
  pages={1559-63}
}
This study describes comprehensive polling of transcription start and termination sites and analysis of previously unidentified full-length complementary DNAs derived from the mouse genome. We identify the 5' and 3' boundaries of 181,047 transcripts with extensive variation in transcripts arising from alternative promoter usage, splicing, and polyadenylation. There are 16,247 new mouse protein-coding transcripts, including 5154 encoding previously unidentified proteins. Genomic mapping of the… CONTINUE READING
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