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The human retinal transcriptome data, available on the UCSC Genome Browser, was derived by performing RNA-Seq on 3 normal retina samples. Over 300 million 101 bp paired-end reads were aligned using the RNA-Seq Unified Mapper . These data are available as a resource to the research community and can be used to identify novel alternative splicing events, relative gene expression levels, as well as novel gene expression. A more in-depth analysis of the data can be found at:


Transcriptome analyses of the human retina identify unprecedented transcript diversity and 3.5 Mb of novel transcribed sequence via significant alternative splicing and novel genes. BMC Genomics 2013, 14:486


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