This Week in PLOS

A Peking University-led team reporting in PLOS Genetics describes RNA editing patterns they detected by sequencing DNA and RNA from multiple rhesus macaque tissues. Using data from one rhesus macaque, the researchers narrowed in on some 31,250 examples of RNA editing. Most of those appeared to be adenine to guanine swaps, they note, apparently due to adenosine deamination.

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