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scientific recognition achievement from Imad Abu Gisesa
Posted on: 13-03-2017




Dear Dr. Abu baker

As an alumnus of The Future University, I’d like to Share With you and Colleagues Our recently published research in Nature “An atlas of human long non-coding RNAs with accurate 5’ ends”. The permanent link to the publication at Nature


The work is a result of an international collaboration lead by RIKEN in Japan where I’m working since March 2014.

“The atlas, which contains 27,919 long non-coding RANs, summarizes for the first time their expression patterns across the major human cell types and tissues. By intersecting this atlas with genomic and genetic data, their results suggest that 19,175 of these RANs may be functional, hinting that there could be as many-or even more functional non coding RNAs than the approximately 20,000 protein-coding genes in the human genome”



I would not be in the position I am today without the experience and opportunity I gained at Computer Man College. With my sincere regards to you and all colleagues at the FU.

Imad Abgessaisa


Yokoham, JAPAN