MCQ on Transcriptomics




Transcriptomics is the study of the complete set of RNA transcripts (mRNA, non-coding RNAs) produced by an organism or within a specific cell population. It provides insights into gene expression patterns, alternative splicing, and RNA abundance, contributing to understanding cellular functions and regulatory mechanisms. This is an MCQ on Transcriptomics.

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1. 
What is the primary focus of transcriptomics?

2. 
Which technique is commonly used in transcriptomics to study the entire set of RNA transcripts in a biological sample?

3. 
What is the role of RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) in transcriptomics?

4. 
Which term describes the study of all RNA molecules present in a cell or tissue at a specific time?

5. 
What does differential gene expression analysis aim to identify in transcriptomics?

6. 
Which transcriptomics approach involves the quantification of messenger RNA (mRNA) levels to study gene expression?

7. 
How does transcriptomics contribute to understanding cellular functions?

8. 
What role does gene ontology analysis play in transcriptomics?

9. 
Which transcriptomics technique provides information about alternative splicing events in RNA transcripts?

10. 
What is the primary objective of single-cell transcriptomics?



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