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||Primary source p.101 left column: "The Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project has sought to catalogue the repertoire of RNAs produced by human
cells as part of the intended goal of identifying and characterizing the
functional elements present in the human genome sequence [ref 2]."
||P.1 left column bottom paragraph: "More recently, a few studies have focused on evaluating the extent of intergenic transcription using sequencing-based approaches, but with the exception of the recently published ENCODE project results [ref 13], [primary source], these studies have thus far been limited to very narrow preselected regions of the genome and a small number of tissues [refs 6, 7]. Overcoming these prior shortcomings, the ENCODE project used RNA-seq analysis in combination with other technologies to profile 15 human cell lines, providing evidence for transcription across 83.7% of the human genome and firmly establishing the reality of pervasive transcription [primary source]." P.2 right column top paragraph: "This result closely agrees with the recently published findings from the ENCODE project in which evidence for transcription of 83.7% of the genome was
uncovered [primary source]."