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1. A guide to Dynamic Transcriptome Analysis (DTA)

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2. License Artistic-2.0

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3. Zur Existenz von Zwischengruppen bei mehrstufigen Inklusionen von Dreiecksgruppen ; On the existence of intermediate groups in multi-level inclusions of triangle groups

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urn:nbn:de:hebis:30-59332  

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4. Dynamic transcriptome analysis (DTA)


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5. Fine mapping of genome activation in bovine embryos by RNA sequencing

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6. Periodic mRNA synthesis and degradation co‐operate during cell cycle gene expression

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7. Mediator Phosphorylation Prevents Stress Response Transcription During Non-stress Conditions*

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8. Periodic mRNA synthesis and degradation co‐operate during cell cycle gene expression

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9. Measurement of genome-wide RNA synthesis and decay rates with Dynamic Transcriptome Analysis (DTA)


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10. Comparative dynamic transcriptome analysis (cDTA) reveals mutual feedback between mRNA synthesis and degradation

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