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Old 07-01-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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Default smRNA sequence analysis

Dear all,

I have some smRNA sequence data from Illumina.

However, I don't find a suitable tool to analysis it yet.

Can someone give me some suggestions about how to deal with it?

For my dataset, we have smRNA sequence result from different tissues, hence, we want to find some useful miRNA, smRNA,ta-siRNA, which have differential expression in different tissue.

i have finished alignment step, however, I don't know how to cluster the active transcriptional region? and how to combine different transcriptional region into same one?

Another problem is about how to classify different region into miRNA, smRNA, ta-siRNA?

Can anyone give me some suggestions?


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