In the most recent issue of Nucleic Acids Research, investigators in Germany show that "expression profiling in organisms lacking any genome or transcriptome sequence information is feasible by combining Illumina's mRNA-seq technology with a novel bioinformatics pipeline that integrates assembled and annotated Chinese hamster ovary sequences with information derived from related organisms." Using this methodology, the authors interrogated CHO cells and identified sequences for more than 13,000 g

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