Poly(A) Site Sequencing (PAS-Seq) is a next-generation sequencing-based method that is extensively used in quantitatively profiling of RNA polyadenylation at the transcriptome level. PAS Sequencing provides valuable information for identifying both poly(A) junctions in mRNAs and noncoding RNAs in an accurate and comprehensive manner, as well as provides quantitative information on the relative abundance of polyadenylated RNAs. PAS-Seq studies of different bio-development processes and diseases provide us with a systematic approach to understand biological regulation beyond the level of gene expression, which is a research direction worth to be further studied.
The alternative polyadenylation (APA) mechanism generates a distinct 3’-termini on mRNAs and other transcripts. 3’-UTR cis-regulatory elements can affect the regulation of the transcription. The approach of studying APA allows researchers to gain more understanding of miRNA regulation, mRNA stability and localization, and mRNA translation. In addition to 3’-Tag-RNA-Seq method, PAS-Seq provides an alternative method for APA analysis. In this process, mRNA is cleaved into fragments of 150 bp or so. Template replacement is then performed using primers with oligo-dT to generate cDNA for subsequent sequencing.
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Sample storage: RNA can be dissolved in ethanol or RNA-free ultra-pure water and stored at -80°C. RNA should avoid repeated freezing and thawing.
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