Internal nucleoside methylation of eukaryotic RNA in the form of N6-methyladenosine
(m⁶A) and 5-methylcytosine (m⁵C) have been known to exist for decades, however
absence of facile methods to map modified sites have limited the understanding of their
role. With the availability of next-generation sequencing, these drawbacks have been
overcome, revealing non-random distribution of internal methylation across different
transcript biotypes. Recently, we implemented a bisulfite...[Show more]
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