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transcriptome

(tran-skrip'tōm),
Complete set of RNA transcribed from a particular genome.
[transcription + genome]

transcriptome

(trăns-skrĭp′tōm)
All the messenger RNA that can be made from a genome.

transcriptome

the entire mRNA content of a cell or tissue, which is specific to its metabolic state.
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In this study, we used an Illumina HiSeq 2000 system for high-throughput sequencing of the ovarian transcriptomes from Shan Ma ducks at their peak and late stages of egg production, and obtained a great deal of transcriptional information.
First, the sequencing of transcriptomes continues to reveal that light sensitivity in animals extends beyond eyes to tissues such as brains and skin.
This study evaluated transcriptomes in peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC) of piglets, Large White x Landrace crossbreds, infected with live strain PEDV to determine the complement nucleotide sequence of the PEDV.
7 (resistant biotype) and Fengyou 730 (sensitive biotype) were used for morphological and physiological experiments under low temperature stress and the resistant variety was used for transcriptome analysis based on the Illumina HiSeq 2000 platform.
dorsalis fat body, testis, and MAG/ED transcriptomes were sequenced and can be downloaded from the Sequence Read Archive of the National Center of Biotechnology Information (NCBI).
To globally profile the two testes transcriptomes of menhaden, we employed Illumina NextSeq 500 technology to sequence the libraries generating 10,765,249 pair-end short reads encoding 1,560,309,410 bases for Menhaden 1 and 17,910,601 pair-end short reads encoding 2,491,172,965 bases for Menhaden 2 (Table 1).
The collection of all these RNA molecules is called the transcriptome.
We have previously shown that APOBEC1-catalyzed editing in the transcriptome of macrophages leads to the generation of populations that are heterogeneous, and functionally diverse, enabling rapid population adaptation to different environmental settings.
A transcriptome is the set of all RNA molecules present in one cell type, and therefore a readout of which genes are expressed and which proteins are active and imparting functionality in that cell type.
Cancer transcriptomes often have rearranged genomes and harbor transcripts that are not encoded in a reference genome, like those derived from tumor viruses or microbes.
Transcriptomes of spleen and peripheral blood leukocytes of the same individual birds in response to APEC infection were compared to identify common response patterns and connecting pathways.
Our comparative analysis of CFS and WS transcriptomes led us to conclude that CFS was indeed the diagnostic component of saliva.