RNA Sequencing Studies Provide Insights into Gene Expression in African, European Populations | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Two new high-throughput RNA sequencing studies by independent research groups are offering a glimpse into gene splicing, expression, and regulation patterns in European and Yoruban populations.

The papers, which relied on samples collected through the International HapMap Project, appear online in Nature today.

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