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International review of neurobiology
Postgenomic studies of the function of genes and their role in disease have now become an area of intense study since efforts to define the raw sequence material of the genome have largely been completed. The use of whole-genome approaches such as microarray expression profiling and, more recently, RNA-sequence analysis of transcript abundance has allowed an unprecedented look at the workings of the genome. However, the accurate derivation of such high-throughput data and their analysis indoi:10.1016/b978-0-12-398323-7.00005-7 pmid:23195313 pmcid:PMC4104526 fatcat:64jwd3knrrggjh52lewopu6ocm