Methods to detect the effects of alternative splicing and transcription on proteins


Alternative splicing and the transcription are the most familiar processes amongst the biological processes. Alternative splicing is a process by which various forms of mRNA are generated from the same gene. A gene consists of various exons and introns and the exons are joined together in different ways [1]. Keep Reading

Conventionally unconventional: Anecdote of small RNAs discoveries

Past decade has witnessed an incredible increase in a number of small RNAs. As the name indicates, small RNAs are RNA transcripts of small (approximately 21-24 nucleotide) length [1-8]. These small RNA transcripts regulate various biological processes ranging from a response to biotic/abiotic stress to the determination of tissue specificity [1-8]. Non-coding RNAs are basically classified based on their biogenesis protocol and mode of function. Keep Reading

GenVisR : A tool for genomic visualization


The ever-increasing progress of sequencing techniques has developed a massive amount of genomic data [1]. This has led to an exponential growth of genomic datasets which provide huge information to the scientists. For identifying patterns and investigating biological information, it is necessary to visualize the genomes, but it is quite difficult to develop such tools. Keep Reading

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