A study of MapToCleave: high-throughput profiling of microRNA biogenesis in living cells. Kang et al. : Drosha cleavage precision of MapToCleave processed miRNA precursors

Published: 9 November 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/z6zf48nvct.1
Wenjing Kang


drosha_cleavage_precision_of_MapToClave_processed_miRNA_precursors.txt, Related to Figure 1H and Figure 6A. The file shows the abundance of the aligned reads that have the 5’ start site located at the region of 5 nucleotides upstream to 5 nucleotides downstream from the dominant cut sites made by Drosha and Dicer. The column names provide information about cell type, transfection concentration, pooled replicate 1 to 4, miRNA arm, beginning or end of the arm, and position (ranged from -5 to 5) relative to the identified dominant cut site (indicated by 0).



Stockholms Universitet


MicroRNA, RNA Structure, RNA Sequencing