By Justin Petrone

Chimeric RNAs should not be studied in isolation, but together, as an RNA network, according to authors of a recently published paper.

In the paper, the international team of researchers described how they used both tiling microarrays and RNA sequencing to study this class of RNAs that possess sequences from different genes and about which little is known.

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