Using NGS for specific organizations in a particular state small RNA
Small RNA are<200 nt (nucleotide) in length, and are usually non-coding RNA molecules.RNA silencing is often a function of these molecules, with the most common and well-studied example being RNA interference (RNAi), in which endogenously expressed microRNA (miRNA) or exogenously derived small interfering RNA (siRNA) induces the degradation of complementary messenger RNA. Other classes of small RNA have been identified, including piwi-interacting RNA (piRNA) and its subspecies repeat associated small interfering RNA (rasiRNA).
10～20 M clean reads
Public sequence and specific sequence analysis
Distribution of Srna in selected reference genome
Targeted gene prediction
Targeted transcript analysis
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