Transcriptome dynamics through alternative polyadenylation in developmental and environmental responses in plants revealed by deep sequencing.

@article{Shen2011TranscriptomeDT,
  title={Transcriptome dynamics through alternative polyadenylation in developmental and environmental responses in plants revealed by deep sequencing.},
  author={Yingjia Shen and R. C. Venu and Kan Nobuta and Xiaohui Wu and Varun Notibala and Caghan Demirci and Blake C. Meyers and Guoliang Wang and Guoli Ji and Qingshun Quinn Li},
  journal={Genome research},
  year={2011},
  volume={21 9},
  pages={1478-86}
}
Polyadenylation sites mark the ends of mRNA transcripts. Alternative polyadenylation (APA) may alter sequence elements and/or the coding capacity of transcripts, a mechanism that has been demonstrated to regulate gene expression and transcriptome diversity. To study the role of APA in transcriptome dynamics, we analyzed a large-scale data set of RNA "tags" that signify poly(A) sites and expression levels of mRNA. These tags were derived from a wide range of tissues and developmental stages that… CONTINUE READING
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