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  • Introduction
  • Plicaturopsis crispa (P. crispa)
  • Identify Cellulose Degrading Enzymes
  • Cellulose Degrading Enzymes Upregulated
  • Cellulose Degrading Machinery Upregulated
  • Single Edged Isoform Axe to Cut Wood
  • Transcript Level Annotation Incomplete
  • Illumina Junctions Support Additional Isoforms
  • De Novo Transcriptome Assembly is Fragmented
  • Short Reads Stop Accurate Isoforms
  • PacBio Long Read Preparation and Sequencing
  • Bioinformatics Pipeline Produces High-Quality Full-Length Transcripts
  • Transcript Level Annotation Incomplete
  • GH1 From Above: PacBio Extreme Isoform Diversity
  • Novel PacBio Junctions Supported by Illumina
  • Long, High-Quality, Genome-Wide Isoform Set
  • Long, High-Quality, Genome-Wide Isoform Set: Mapping Accuracy
  • A Fungal Transcriptome uses Complex and Double-Edged Isoforms to Split Wood
  • Long-Reads Define Start and End of Individual Isoforms: Abundant Read-Through Transription
  • Poly-Cistronic Read-Through Transcripts are Associated with Gene Duplications
  • Poly-Cistronic Read-Through Transcripts are Associated with Gene Duplication Stats
  • Double-Edged Isoforms Split Wood: GH5 Cellulase and Carbohydrate-Binding Protein in Read-Through Transcripts
  • GH5 Cellulase and Carbohydrate-Binding Protein Contained in Read-Through Transcripts
  • You Need Long Reads to See Read-Through Transcripts
  • Poly-Adenylation Signal/Near Upstream Element (NUE) in P. crispia Similar to Other Fungal Species
  • Upstream Genes Have Weaker NUE Motifs and PAS Signals
  • Summary
  • Acknowledgments
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  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS
  • Speaker: Sean Gordon, Research Molecular Biologist / USDA-ARS