Question: Bacterial Transcriptional Start Site Analysis By Using Rna-Seq Data.
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5.8 years ago by
liupfskygre190
United States
liupfskygre190 wrote:

Dear all,

For the purpose of detecting transcriptional start sites (TSS) in bacteria, is there any special requirement for the library construction?

I have a list of data from strand specific RNA-seq (sorry, I am not quite familiar with the protocol now), are they suitable for TSS analysis?

In order to analyze the transcriptional start site what kinds of tools are available now?

Thanks!

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 5.8 years ago by Asaf6.5k • written 5.8 years ago by liupfskygre190
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Asaf6.5k
Israel
Asaf6.5k wrote:

You should select for 5'ppp by degrading 5'p and 5'OH ends that are cleavage products.

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