Figure 1.

The identification of differential exon splicing by RNAseq. In this hypothetical genome-browser view, RNAseq tags (shown in red) are aligned to the genome sequence, giving a quantitative view of tag densities across the locus. Genome-aligned reads identify individual exons and exon-exon junction usage can be monitored by matching tags to a reference set of junction sequences. Differential exon-exon junction usage can be used to identify canonical and alternative splicing events.

Cloonan and Grimmond Genome Biology 2008 9:234   doi:10.1186/gb-2008-9-9-234
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