By Andrea Anderson

WASHINGTON (GenomeWeb News) – By bringing together matched RNA and DNA sequence data, researchers are getting new clues about the prevalence, position, and predicted consequences of RNA editing events in the human genome, University of Pennsylvania biostatistics researcher Mingyao Li told attendees at the American Society of Human Genetics meeting here yesterday.

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