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NTR: cDNA Sequencing Assay #848

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carrieadavis opened this Issue Jul 25, 2017 · 1 comment

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carrieadavis commented Jul 25, 2017

NTR: "cDNA Sequencing"

  • Editor preferred term: "cDNA Sequencing"
  • Alternative terms: copy DNA sequencing
  • Textual definition: Sequencing (either Sanger or High-throughpu - like PacBio or Oxford Nanopore) of a full, partial or tag- fragmented cDNA molecule.
  • Definition source for the textual definition: Common parlance
  • Logical definition (or parent term):
  • Example of usage: "The data contained herein is derived from cDNA sequencing of oligo-dT primed cDNAs"
  • Term editor: Carrie A Davis

@carrieadavis carrieadavis changed the title from NTR: cDNA Sequencing to NTR: cDNA Sequencing Assay Jul 26, 2017

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turbomam May 21, 2018

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Hi, Carrie. I'd like to start helping with your term requests. To start...

Could this be defined as a "Seq assay which takes cDNA as the input"... but isn't that the case for RNAseq in general? In what case would somebody use this term in a materials and methods section?

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turbomam commented May 21, 2018

Hi, Carrie. I'd like to start helping with your term requests. To start...

Could this be defined as a "Seq assay which takes cDNA as the input"... but isn't that the case for RNAseq in general? In what case would somebody use this term in a materials and methods section?

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