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Zheng P., Zhou C., Ding Y., Liu B., Lu L., Zhu F., Duan C.

Nanopore sequencing technology and its applications

Yuan, F.;  Hankey, W.;  Wagner, E. J.;  Li, W.; Wang, Q.,

Alternative polyadenylation of mRNA and its role in cancer.

Yalamanchili, H. K.;  Elrod, N. D.;  Jensen, M. K.;  Ji, P.;  Lin, A.;  Wagner, E. J.; Liu, Z., 

A computational pipeline to infer alternative poly-adenylation from 3′ sequencing data.

Jensen, M. K.;  Elrod, N. D.;  Yalamanchili, H. K.;  Ji, P.;  Lin, A.;  Liu, Z.; Wagner, E. J., 

Application and design considerations for 3′-end sequencing using click-chemistry.

Fitzpatrick, A. H.;  Rupnik, A.;  O'Shea, H.;  Crispie, F.;  Keaveney, S.; Cotter, P., 

High throughput sequencing for the detection and characterization of RNA viruses.

Zhang, Y.;  Carrion, S. A.;  Zhang, Y.;  Zhang, X.;  Zinski, A. L.;  Michal, J. J.; Jiang, Z., 

Alternative polyadenylation analysis in animals and plants: newly developed strategies for profiling, processing and validation. 

Peccoud, J.;  Lequime, S.;  Moltini-Conclois, I.;  Giraud, I.;  Lambrechts, L.; Gilbert, C., 

A survey of virus recombination uncovers canonical features of artificial chimeras generated during deep sequencing library preparation. 

Jaworski, E.; Routh, A., 

ClickSeq: replacing fragmentation and enzymatic ligation with click-chemistry to prevent sequence chimeras.


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