Genome sequencing technologies are improving, and researchers have their eyes on a lot more animals.
The regulome—the part of the genome that regulates function—includes noncoding RNAs with varied functions yet to be deciphered.
Little is known about the function of most long non-coding RNAs. But a suite of new tools might change that.
As researchers open up to the reality of RNA modification, an expanded epitranscriptomics toolbox takes shape.