Pennsylvania State University researchers report on a method for discerning RNA structure across the genome, in vivo, at nucleotide-level resolution. The approach, known as Structure-seq2, builds on an earlier version of the method, but dials down byproduct formation and related ligation bias to subsequently bump up sensitivity, decrease required sample sizes, and improve coverage.

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