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RNA Detection

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    Chapter 1 The Secret Life of RNA: Lessons from Emerging Methodologies
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    Chapter 2 Quantification of 2′-O-Me Residues in RNA Using Next-Generation Sequencing (Illumina RiboMethSeq Protocol)
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    Chapter 3 Identifying the m6A Methylome by Affinity Purification and Sequencing
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    Chapter 4 PARIS: Psoralen Analysis of RNA Interactions and Structures with High Throughput and Resolution
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    Chapter 5 Axon-TRAP-RiboTag: Affinity Purification of Translated mRNAs from Neuronal Axons in Mouse In Vivo
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    Chapter 6 LCM-Seq: A Method for Spatial Transcriptomic Profiling Using Laser Capture Microdissection Coupled with PolyA-Based RNA Sequencing
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    Chapter 7 Spatial Transcriptomics: Constructing a Single-Cell Resolution Transcriptome-Wide Expression Atlas
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    Chapter 8 Single mRNA Molecule Detection in Drosophila
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    Chapter 9 Detection and Automated Analysis of Single Transcripts at Subcellular Resolution in Zebrafish Embryos
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    Chapter 10 Super-Resolution Single Molecule FISH at the Drosophila Neuromuscular Junction
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    Chapter 11 Detection of mRNA and Associated Molecules by ISH-IEM on Frozen Sections
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    Chapter 12 Hybridization Chain Reaction for Direct mRNA Detection Without Nucleic Acid Purification
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    Chapter 13 In Situ Detection of MicroRNA Expression with RNAscope Probes
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    Chapter 14 Padlock Probes to Detect Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms
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    Chapter 15 Quantifying Gene Expression in Living Cells with Ratiometric Bimolecular Beacons
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    Chapter 16 Optimizing Molecular Beacons for Intracellular Analysis of RNA
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    Chapter 17 Live Imaging of Nuclear RNPs in Mammalian Complex Tissue with ECHO-liveFISH
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    Chapter 18 In Vivo Visualization and Function Probing of Transport mRNPs Using Injected FIT Probes
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    Chapter 19 Visualizing RNA in Live Bacterial Cells Using Fluorophore- and Quencher-Binding Aptamers
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    Chapter 20 Method for Imaging Live-Cell RNA Using an RNA Aptamer and a Fluorescent Probe
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    Chapter 21 RNA Live Imaging in the Model Microorganism Ustilago maydis
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    Chapter 22 Real-Time Fluorescence Imaging of Single-Molecule Endogenous Noncoding RNA in Living Cells
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    Chapter 23 Live Imaging of mRNA Synthesis in Drosophila
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    Chapter 24 Imaging Newly Transcribed RNA in Cells by Using a Clickable Azide-Modified UTP Analog
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    Chapter 25 Detection of the First Round of Translation: The TRICK Assay
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    Chapter 26 Imaging Translation Dynamics of Single mRNA Molecules in Live Cells
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    Chapter 27 Systematic Detection of Poly(A)+ RNA-Interacting Proteins and Their Differential Binding
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    Chapter 28 Isolation and Characterization of Endogenous RNPs from Brain Tissues
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    Chapter 29 Individual Nucleotide Resolution UV Cross-Linking and Immunoprecipitation (iCLIP) to Determine Protein–RNA Interactions
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    Chapter 30 RNA Tagging: Preparation of High-Throughput Sequencing Libraries
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    Chapter 31 RAP-MS: A Method to Identify Proteins that Interact Directly with a Specific RNA Molecule in Cells
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    Chapter 32 Erratum to: Super-Resolution Single Molecule FISH at the Drosophila Neuromuscular Junction
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Chapter title
PARIS: Psoralen Analysis of RNA Interactions and Structures with High Throughput and Resolution
Chapter number 4
Book title
RNA Detection
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, January 2018
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-7213-5_4
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Book ISBNs
978-1-4939-7212-8, 978-1-4939-7213-5
Authors

Zhipeng Lu, Jing Gong, Qiangfeng Cliff Zhang

Abstract

RNA has the intrinsic propensity to form base pairs, leading to complex intramolecular and intermolecular helices. Direct measurement of base pairing interactions in living cells is critical to solving transcriptome structure and interactions, and investigating their functions (Lu and Chang, Curr Opin Struct Biol 36:142-148, 2016). Toward this goal, we developed an experimental method, PARIS (Psoralen Analysis of RNA Interactions and Structures), to directly determine transcriptome-wide base pairing interactions (Lu et al., Cell 165(5):1267-1279, 2016). PARIS combines four critical steps, in vivo cross-linking, 2D gel purification, proximity ligation, and high-throughput sequencing to achieve high-throughput and near-base pair resolution determination of the RNA structurome and interactome in living cells. In this chapter, we aim to provide a comprehensive discussion on the principles behind the experimental and computational strategies, and a step-by-step description of the experiment and analysis.

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