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New meaning in the message: Noncoding RNAs and their role in retinal development
Article first published online: 2 FEB 2009
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Special Issue: Special Focus on Visual Systems
Volume 238, Issue 9, pages 2103–2114, September 2009
How to Cite
Rapicavoli, N. A. and Blackshaw, S. (2009), New meaning in the message: Noncoding RNAs and their role in retinal development. Dev. Dyn., 238: 2103–2114. doi: 10.1002/dvdy.21844
- Issue published online: 13 AUG 2009
- Article first published online: 2 FEB 2009
- Manuscript Accepted: 15 NOV 2008
- Whitehall Foundation
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|DVDY21844SuppTblS1.xls||40K||Table ST1. One hundred transcription factors with defined cellular expression patterns in the developing mouse retina (data obtained from Blackshaw et al. (2004) and Gray et al. (2004) were queried in silico for associated OSTs. A protein coding gene is listed as possessing an OST if one is identified whose start site lies within 5 kb of the gene in question. OSTs in nonmammalian species are identified using the same criteria, and do not necessarily share sequence homology or overlap identical genomic regions as those in mouse. Accession numbers in italics indicate partial overlap with the associated protein coding transcript. Accession numbers in bold indicate that the OST lies within the first intron of the associated protein coding transcript. Cellular expression patterns in retina for the transcription factor and, where known, the associated OST are described. Genome assemblies used to identify OSTs are as follows: Mouse: July, 2007; Chicken: May, 2006; <zaq;4><I>X. tropicalis</I>, August 2005; Zebrafish, July 2007.|
|DVDY21844SuppTblS2.xls||17K||Table ST2. SAGE tag levels of the ten OSTs and associated protein coding transcripts detected in developing retina. Data from Blackshaw et al. (2004). Reliable SAGE tags for each transcript are expressed as a percentage of total polyadenylated transcripts in retina.|
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