Rna Analytics Method


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DATE

2012-09-20T00:00

AUTHORS

Alexander Seitz , Lukas Paul , Max Jan Van Min

ABSTRACT

The present invention relates to a method of ordering nucleic acid molecule fragment sequences derived from a pool of potentially diverse RNA molecules comprising optionally reverse transcribing the RNA molecules to provide a pool of cDNA molecules,segregating nucleic acids from said template RNA or cDNA pool, selecting for potentially different templates with a distinctive nucleic acid feature shared by the segregated templates, thereby providing at least a first subpool of nucleic acids,optionally once or more further segregating nucleic acids from said template RNA or cDNA, selectively segregating nucleic acids with a different distinctive nucleic acid feature, thereby providing one or more further subpool(s) of nucleic acids,generating fragments of said segregated nucleic acid molecules by fragmenting or obtaining fragment copies of said segregated nucleic acid molecules, wherein the fragments of each subpool or combined subpools remain separable from fragments of other subpools or other combined subpools by physically separating the subpools or by attaching a label to the fragments of the subpools, with the label identifying a subpool, or determining a partial sequence of said segregated nucleic acid molecule and preferably aligning at least two sequences or partial sequences to a joined sequence. More... »

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