Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, August 3rd, 2006
"Computational analyses have identified the widespread occurrence of antisense transcripts in the human and the mouse genome. However, the structure and the origin of the majority of the antisense transcripts are unknown," wrote W.Y. Chan and colleagues, U.S. National Institute of Child Health & Human Development.
"The presence of antisense transcripts for 19 of 64 differentially expressed genes during mouse spermatogenesis was demonstrated with orientation-specific RT-PCR. These antisense transcripts were...
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