AS we know, most pre-mRNAs were retained in nucleus and after processing such as alternative splicing, it was transported into cytoplasm. However, there are also some mature mRNA/lncRNA exists in nucleus. If I have my nuclear samples sequenced, how could I seperate mature mRNA and pre-mRNAs from my total sequenced reads? Because I want to know the expression level of pre-mRNA and mature mRNA, is there any tools that can solve this problem?
Question: how to distinguish pre-mRNA and mature mRNA from my nuclear RNA-seq data?
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