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+Illumina.
 
 <img src="/images/nanoCAGEprotocol2017.png" width="100%">
 

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Not so good with syntax today...
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Spotted and corrected the error.
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
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-   ([[Poulain _et al._, 2017|../Publications/nanoCAGEprotocol2017|]]).
+   ([[Poulain _et al._, 2017|Publications/nanoCAGEprotocol2017]]).
 
 
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 ### <a name="latest-protocol">What is the latest version of the protocol ?</a>
 
-The latest published protocol is [[Poulain _et al._, 2017|../Publications/nanoCAGEprotocol2017|]],
+The latest published protocol is [[Poulain _et al._, 2017|Publications/nanoCAGEprotocol2017]],
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 al._, 2011](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21205859)) and its brief
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Try again.
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-The latest published protocol is [[Poulain _et al._, 2017|Publications/nanoCAGEprotocol2017|]],
+The latest published protocol is [[Poulain _et al._, 2017|../Publications/nanoCAGEprotocol2017|]],
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 al._, 2011](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21205859)) and its brief
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(corrected syntax and add one more link)
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
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--- a/nanoCAGE.mdwn
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 ### <a name="latest-protocol">What is the latest version of the protocol ?</a>
 
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 ### <a name="latest-protocol">What is the latest version of the protocol ?</a>
 
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Revert "Ignore backup files."
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Link to workflow.
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+introduction of unique molecular identifiers in the 5′ linker, and the
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Announce the publication of the book chapter.
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+NanoCAGE: A Method for the Analysis of Coding and Noncoding 5′-Capped Transcriptomes.
+=====================================================================================
+
+We published a major update of the [[nanoCAGE]] protocol in an extensive book
+chapter (53 pages) in Methods in Molecular Biology (volume 1543, see reference
+below).  The biggest changes, illustrated below, are the introduction of unique
+molecular identifiers in the 5′ linker, and the replacement of the "library"
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+
+<img src="/images/nanoCAGEprotocol2017.png" width="100%">
+
+The tagmentation step introduces linkers that prepare for multiplexing and
+sequencing on the Illumina platform.  Whole-genome and whole-transcriptome
+analysis methods use this kit extensively.  To adapt it for nanoCAGE, we
+replaced one of the amplification primers by a custom primer matching our
+template-switching oligonucleotide, so that only the 5′ fragments will be
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+
+----
+Reference:
+
+[[!inline pages=bibliography/28349422 template=biblio feeds=no show=0]]

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 ### <a name="latest-protocol">What is the latest version of the protocol ?</a>
 
-The latest published protocol was in Cold Spring Harb Protoc. ([Salimullah _et
-al._, 2011](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21205859)).  In 2013, We added
-brief
+The latest published protocol is [Poulain _et al._, 2017](https://pubmed.gov/28349422),
+which supersedes the version from Cold Spring Harb Protoc. ([Salimullah _et
+al._, 2011](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21205859)) and its brief
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-in the comments section, summarising the current evolutions.  Do not hesitate
-to contact [[People/Charles_Plessy]] for more information.
+in the comments section.  Do not hesitate to contact [[People/Charles_Plessy]]
+for more information.
 
 
 ### <a name="RTase">Do I have to use PrimeScript ?</a>

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Add Poulain et al. to the nanoCAGE page.
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    promoter rate ([Batut _et al._, 2013](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22936248)).
 
  * 2013: Use of locked nucleic acids for a more even coverage of the gene
-   bodies ([[Harbers _et al., 2013|Publications/LNA-2013]]).
+   bodies ([[Harbers _et al._, 2013|Publications/LNA-2013]]).
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+ * 2017: Use of tagmentation and unique molecular identifiers ([Poulain _et al._,
+   2017](https://pubmed.gov/28349422)).
 
 
 Questions and answers

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One more argument in favor of the reverse-transcription of the cap.
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    repeat retrotransposon Tf1._ [FEBS J. 2012
    Jan;279(1):142-53](https://pubmed.gov/22035236), showing that reverse-transcriptases,
    like other DNA polymerases, add non-templated As to blunt DNA duplexes.
+ - Zhang W, Tam CP, Walton T, Fahrenbach AC, Birrane G, Szostak JW (2017).
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+   structure of an RNA-GpppG complex._ [Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 Jul
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+   can form duplexes with RNA (which is not so far from the m7GpppNm / DNA
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 Since the extra <em>G</em>s do not originate from the genome, make sure that
 your alignment pipeline can tolerate their mismatches.  Also, depending on how

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+on _transcriptomme analysis, from bulk to single cells and single molecules_
+at the Okinawa Institute for Science and Technology (OIST), in Okinawa, Japan.
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new file mode 100644
index 0000000..e6b59c5
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+[[!meta title="Talk on _parallel epigenome and promotome analysis in single cells_ at KAUST."]]
+[[!meta date="12 Feb 2017"]]
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+On February 12<sup>th</sup> ,[[People/Charles_Plessy]] gave a talk on _parallel
+epigenome and promotome analysis in single cells_ at the [KAUST Research
+Conference on environmental epigenetics
+2017](https://keep.kaust.edu.sa/KAUST-Epigenetics-2017/Pages/Welcome.aspx), in
+King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia.
diff --git a/News/2017/Yokohama_2017.mdwn b/News/2017/Yokohama_2017.mdwn
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+[[!meta title="Lecture on _reproducible and open science_ at RIKEN."]]
+[[!meta date="27 Feb 2017"]]
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+On February 17<sup>th</sup> ,[[People/Charles_Plessy]] gave a lecture on
+_reproducible and open science_ at the [7th Karolinska Institutet - RIKEN Joint
+International Doctoral Course](http://kiwas.ki.se/katalog/katalog/kurs/2420) on
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 My training as a researcher started with developmental genetics in drosophila
 and [zebrafish](https://zfin.org/ZDB-PERS-010827-9), where I studied the
-activity of transcription enhancers ([Blader _et al._, 2003]
-(https://pubmed.gov/12559493)) and their evolutionary conservation
-([Plessy _et al._, 2005](https://pubmed.gov/15797614)). This gave me a strong
-interest for whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that purpose, I
-have joined [RIKEN](http://www.riken.jp/en/) in 2004, where have worked on
-high-throughput methods for profiling promoters and inferring gene networks,
-and in particular on CAGE ([Cap Analysis Gene Expression]
-(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_analysis_gene_expression)).
+activity of transcription enhancers ([Blader _et al._, 2003](https://pubmed.gov/12559493))
+and their evolutionary conservation ([Plessy _et al._, 2005](https://pubmed.gov/15797614)).
+This gave me a strong interest for whole-transcriptome analysis and technology.
+For that purpose, I have joined [RIKEN](http://www.riken.jp/en/) in 2004, where
+have worked on high-throughput methods for profiling promoters and inferring
+gene networks, and in particular on CAGE
+([Cap Analysis Gene Expression](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_analysis_gene_expression)).
 
 I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed [[nanoCAGE]], to
-analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA ([Plessy _et al._,
-2010](http://pubmed.gov/20543846)).  In the same manuscript, we also introduced
-its paired-end variant, CAGEscan, which we use to associate novel promoters
-with annotations.  Since then, we have kept improving or expanding these
-techniques, by updating the protocol ([Salimullah _et al._,
-2011](https://pubmed.gov/21205859)), reducing the sequence bias introduced by
-the molecular barcodes ([Tang _et al._, 2013](https://pubmed.gov/23180801)),
-combining multiple cap-enrichment steps ([Batut _et al._,
-2013](https://pubmed.gov/22936248)), benchmarking the use of locked nucleic
-acids for template switching  ([Harbers _et al._,
-2013](https://pubmed.gov/24079827)), and reducing the number of primer
-artefacts and unwanted sequences generated by ribosomal RNAs using
-low-complexity “_pseudo-random_” reverse-transcription primers ([Arnaud _et
-al._, 2016](https://pubmed.gov/27071605)).
+analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA
+([Plessy _et al._, 2010](http://pubmed.gov/20543846)).  In the same manuscript,
+we also introduced its paired-end variant, CAGEscan, which we use to associate
+novel promoters with annotations.  Since then, we have kept improving or
+expanding these techniques, by updating the protocol
+([Salimullah _et al._, 2011](https://pubmed.gov/21205859)), reducing the
+sequence bias introduced by the molecular barcodes
+([Tang _et al._, 2013](https://pubmed.gov/23180801)), combining multiple
+cap-enrichment steps ([Batut _et al._, 2013](https://pubmed.gov/22936248)),
+benchmarking the use of locked nucleic acids for template switching
+([Harbers _et al._, 2013](https://pubmed.gov/24079827)), and reducing the number of
+primer artefacts and unwanted sequences generated by ribosomal RNAs using
+low-complexity “_pseudo-random_” reverse-transcription primers
+([Arnaud _et al._, 2016](https://pubmed.gov/27071605)).
 
 On April 2013, I started a new development cycle as the leader of the Genomics
 Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life Sciences, Division of
@@ -43,40 +42,38 @@ Fluidigm C1 platform (available pre-publication on Fluidigm’s
 website).
 
 I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a gene-centred
-technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius _et al._,
-2009](https://pubmed.gov/19317658), [Plessy _et al._,
-2012](https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used to validate
-our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons detected by CAGE
-([Faulkner _et al._, 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  To study
-transcription start activity at nucleotide resolution in zebrafish transfected
-with chimeric transgenes containing a copy of an endogenous promoter, I
-combined Deep-RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology that we
-called “Single-Locus CAGE” ([Haberle _et al._,
-2014](https://pubmed.gov/24531765)).  With contributions related to CAGE
-development and analysis, I am member of the
+technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE
+([Olivarius _et al._, 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19317658),
+[Plessy _et al._, 2012](https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we
+used to validate our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons
+detected by CAGE ([Faulkner _et al._, 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  To
+study transcription start activity at nucleotide resolution in zebrafish
+transfected with chimeric transgenes containing a copy of an endogenous
+promoter, I combined Deep-RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology
+that we called “Single-Locus CAGE” ([Haberle _et al._, 2014](https://pubmed.gov/24531765)).
+With contributions related to CAGE development and analysis, I am member of the
 [FANTOM](http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/) consortium since FANTOM3.
 
 Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of
 neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron cell types,
-for instance the olfactory neurons ([Plessy _et al._,
-2012](https://pubmed.gov/22194471)), or in dopaminergic cells, where we could
-demonstrate the expression of haemoglobin in the midbrain ([Biagioli _et al._,
-2009](https://pubmed.gov/19717439)).  We are also exploring the sub-cellular
-localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons ([Kratz _et al._,
-2014](https://pubmed.gov/24904046)).  In parallel with this promoter-centric
-work, I am also exploring the huge
+for instance the olfactory neurons ([Plessy _et al._, 2012](https://pubmed.gov/22194471)),
+or in dopaminergic cells, where we could demonstrate the expression of
+haemoglobin in the midbrain ([Biagioli _et al._, 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19717439)).
+We are also exploring the sub-cellular localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons
+([Kratz _et al._, 2014](https://pubmed.gov/24904046)).  In parallel with this
+promoter-centric work, I am also exploring the huge
 [repertoire](http://clonotyper.branchable.com) of the T cell antigen receptors.
 
-I am also a Free Software enthusiast, and contribute to the [Debian
-Med](https://www.debian.org/devel/debian-med) project, by
+I am also a Free Software enthusiast, and contribute to the
+[Debian Med](https://www.debian.org/devel/debian-med) project, by
 [packaging](https://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=plessy) bioinformatics
-tools, which are redistributed in Debian ([Möller _et al._,
-2010](https://pubmed.gov/21210984)) and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and
+tools, which are redistributed in Debian ([Möller _et al._, 2010](https://pubmed.gov/21210984))
+and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and
 ([cloud](http://cloudbiolinux.org/))[Bio-Linux](http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux).
 For digital signature of my contributions and other activities as a RIKEN
 researchers, I use the GPG key number [[!gpg B3443334]].  My ORCID ID is
-[0000-0001-7410-6295](http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7410-6295).  You can
-follow me on [Mastodon](https://mastodon.technology/@charles_plessy).
+[0000-0001-7410-6295](http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7410-6295).  You can follow me
+on [Mastodon](https://mastodon.technology/@charles_plessy).
 
 
 Recent news

updated PO files
diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po b/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po
index 6173c27..a4bac24 100644
--- a/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po
+++ b/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
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 msgstr ""
 "Project-Id-Version: \n"
-"POT-Creation-Date: 2017-05-31 03:29+0000\n"
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2017-05-31 03:34+0000\n"
 "PO-Revision-Date: 2014-07-07 20:05+0900\n"
 "Last-Translator: Charles Plessy <plessy@riken.jp>\n"
 "Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
@@ -34,13 +34,13 @@ msgstr "<h1><ruby>シャルル<rp>(</rp><rt>Charles</rt><rp>)</rp></ruby> <ruby>
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+"studied the activity of transcription enhancers ([Blader _et al._, 2003] "
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+"localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons ([Kratz _et al._, 2014](https://"
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+#| "[packaging](http://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=plessy) "
+#| "bioinformatics\n"
+#| "tools, which are redistributed in Debian ([[!PMID 21210984 desc=\"Möller "
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+#| "([cloud](http://cloudbiolinux.org/))[Bio-Linux](http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/"
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-"My ORCID ID is [0000-0001-7410-6295](http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7410-6295)."
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+"debian.org/developer.php?login=plessy) bioinformatics tools, which are "
+"redistributed in Debian ([Möller _et al._, 2010](https://pubmed."
+"gov/21210984)) and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and ([cloud](http://"
+"cloudbiolinux.org/))[Bio-Linux](http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux).  "
+"For digital signature of my contributions and other activities as a RIKEN "
+"researchers, I use the GPG key number [[!gpg B3443334]].  My ORCID ID is "
+"[0000-0001-7410-6295](http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7410-6295).  You can follow "
+"me on [Mastodon](https://mastodon.technology/@charles_plessy)."
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+"また、私はオープンソース・フリーソフトウェアの熱心な支持者でもあり、[Debian "
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+#~ "cells following a population transcriptomics approach ([Plessy et al., "
+#~ "2013](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23281054))  focused on sampling "
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+#~ "私は極力多くの細胞をサンプリングすることに焦点を絞ったPopulation "
+#~ "Transcriptomics ([Plessy et al., 2013](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/"
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+#~ "化学研究所ライフサイエンス技術基盤研究センター機能性ゲノム解析部門ゲノミク"
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Start to brush up.
diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
index 870104d..1c70c3e 100644
--- a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
+++ b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
@@ -4,14 +4,14 @@
 
 My training as a researcher started with developmental genetics in drosophila
 and [zebrafish](https://zfin.org/ZDB-PERS-010827-9), where I studied the
-activity of transcription enhancers ([Blader _et al._,
-2003](https://pubmed.gov/12559493)) and their evolutionary conservation
+activity of transcription enhancers ([Blader _et al._, 2003]
+(https://pubmed.gov/12559493)) and their evolutionary conservation
 ([Plessy _et al._, 2005](https://pubmed.gov/15797614)). This gave me a strong
 interest for whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that purpose, I
 have joined [RIKEN](http://www.riken.jp/en/) in 2004, where have worked on
 high-throughput methods for profiling promoters and inferring gene networks,
-and in particular on CAGE ([Cap Analysis Gene
-Expression](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_analysis_gene_expression)).
+and in particular on CAGE ([Cap Analysis Gene Expression]
+(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_analysis_gene_expression)).
 
 I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed [[nanoCAGE]], to
 analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA ([Plessy _et al._,
@@ -58,30 +58,26 @@ development and analysis, I am member of the
 
 Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of
 neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron cell types,
-for instance the olfactory neurons ([Plessy et al.,
+for instance the olfactory neurons ([Plessy _et al._,
 2012](https://pubmed.gov/22194471)), or in dopaminergic cells, where we could
-demonstrate the expression of haemoglobin in the midbrain ([Biagioli et al.,
+demonstrate the expression of haemoglobin in the midbrain ([Biagioli _et al._,
 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19717439)).  We are also exploring the sub-cellular
-localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons ([Kratz et al, 2014](https://pubmed.gov/24904046)).
-In parallel with this promoter-centric work, I am also exploring the huge
+localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons ([Kratz _et al._,
+2014](https://pubmed.gov/24904046)).  In parallel with this promoter-centric
+work, I am also exploring the huge
 [repertoire](http://clonotyper.branchable.com) of the T cell antigen receptors.
 
 I am also a Free Software enthusiast, and contribute to the [Debian
-Med](http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-med) project, by
-[packaging](http://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=plessy) bioinformatics
-tools, which are redistributed in Debian ([[!PMID 21210984 desc="Möller et al.,
-2010"]]) and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and
+Med](https://www.debian.org/devel/debian-med) project, by
+[packaging](https://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=plessy) bioinformatics
+tools, which are redistributed in Debian ([Möller _et al._,
+2010](https://pubmed.gov/21210984)) and its derivatives such as Ubuntu and
 ([cloud](http://cloudbiolinux.org/))[Bio-Linux](http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux).
 For digital signature of my contributions and other activities as a RIKEN
-researchers, I use the GPG key number [[!gpg B3443334]].
+researchers, I use the GPG key number [[!gpg B3443334]].  My ORCID ID is
+[0000-0001-7410-6295](http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7410-6295).  You can
+follow me on [Mastodon](https://mastodon.technology/@charles_plessy).
 
-On April 2013, I started a new development cycle as the leader of the Genomics
-Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life Sciences, Division of
-Genomics Technology, to expand this work on single cells following a population
-transcriptomics approach ([Plessy et al., 2013](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23281054))
-focused on sampling the largest possible number of cells.
-
-My ORCID ID is [0000-0001-7410-6295](http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7410-6295).
 
 Recent news
 -----------

updated PO files
diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po b/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po
index ffcbc9a..6173c27 100644
--- a/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po
+++ b/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
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-"POT-Creation-Date: 2017-05-31 01:41+0000\n"
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 "Last-Translator: Charles Plessy <plessy@riken.jp>\n"
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@@ -121,13 +121,17 @@ msgstr ""
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-"technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius et al., 2009]"
-"(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19317658), [Plessy et al., 2012](http://"
-"dx.doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used to validate our "
-"discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons detected by CAGE "
-"([Faulkner et al., 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  With contributions "
-"related to CAGE development and analysis, I am member of the [FANTOM](http://"
-"fantom.gsc.riken.jp/) consortium since FANTOM3."
+"technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius _et al._, "
+"2009](https://pubmed.gov/19317658), [Plessy _et al._, 2012](https://doi."
+"org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used to validate our discovery of "
+"the pervasive expression of retrotransposons detected by CAGE ([Faulkner _et "
+"al._, 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  To study transcription start "
+"activity at nucleotide resolution in zebrafish transfected with chimeric "
+"transgenes containing a copy of an endogenous promoter, I combined Deep-"
+"RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology that we called “Single-"
+"Locus CAGE” ([Haberle _et al._, 2014](https://pubmed.gov/24531765)).  With "
+"contributions related to CAGE development and analysis, I am member of the "
+"[FANTOM](http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/) consortium since FANTOM3."
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Fourth paragraph.
diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
index 27a5c1c..870104d 100644
--- a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
+++ b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
@@ -43,12 +43,17 @@ Fluidigm C1 platform (available pre-publication on Fluidigm’s
 website).
 
 I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a gene-centred
-technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius et al.,
-2009](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19317658), [Plessy et al.,
-2012](http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used to validate
+technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius _et al._,
+2009](https://pubmed.gov/19317658), [Plessy _et al._,
+2012](https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used to validate
 our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons detected by CAGE
-([Faulkner et al., 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  With contributions
-related to CAGE development and analysis, I am member of the
+([Faulkner _et al._, 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  To study
+transcription start activity at nucleotide resolution in zebrafish transfected
+with chimeric transgenes containing a copy of an endogenous promoter, I
+combined Deep-RACE, CAGE and paired-end sequencing in a technology that we
+called “Single-Locus CAGE” ([Haberle _et al._,
+2014](https://pubmed.gov/24531765)).  With contributions related to CAGE
+development and analysis, I am member of the
 [FANTOM](http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/) consortium since FANTOM3.
 
 Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of

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New third paragraph.
diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
index 4cfc21f..27a5c1c 100644
--- a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
+++ b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
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 low-complexity “_pseudo-random_” reverse-transcription primers ([Arnaud _et
 al._, 2016](https://pubmed.gov/27071605)).
 
+On April 2013, I started a new development cycle as the leader of the Genomics
+Miniaturization Technology Unit at RIKEN Center for Life Sciences, Division of
+Genomics Technology, to expand this work on single cells following a population
+transcriptomics approach ([Plessy _et al._, 2013](https://pubmed.gov/23281054))
+focused on sampling the largest possible number of cells.  In our ongoing
+developments, we have reached single-cell and single molecule resolution
+through the introduction of transposase fragmentation and unique molecular
+identifiers ([Poulain _et al._, 2017](https://pubmed.gov/28349422)). The
+protocol exists in two versions, one for FACS-isolated cells, and one for the
+Fluidigm C1 platform (available pre-publication on Fluidigm’s
+[ScriptHub](https://www.fluidigm.com/c1openapp/scripthub/script/2015-07/c1-cage-1436761405138-3)
+website).
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 I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a gene-centred
 technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius et al.,
 2009](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19317658), [Plessy et al.,

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diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
index 8fce198..4cfc21f 100644
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 My training as a researcher started with developmental genetics in drosophila
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-2005](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15797614)). This gave me a strong
+2003](https://pubmed.gov/12559493)) and their evolutionary conservation
+([Plessy _et al._, 2005](https://pubmed.gov/15797614)). This gave me a strong
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 and in particular on CAGE ([Cap Analysis Gene
 Expression](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_analysis_gene_expression)).
 
-I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed [[nanoCAGE]],
-to analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA ([Plessy et al.,
+I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed [[nanoCAGE]], to
+analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA ([Plessy _et al._,
 2010](http://pubmed.gov/20543846)).  In the same manuscript, we also introduced
 its paired-end variant, CAGEscan, which we use to associate novel promoters
 with annotations.  Since then, we have kept improving or expanding these
-techniques, by updating the protocol ([Salimullah et al.,
+techniques, by updating the protocol ([Salimullah _et al._,
 2011](https://pubmed.gov/21205859)), reducing the sequence bias introduced by
-the molecular barcodes ([Tang et al., 2013](https://pubmed.gov/23180801)),
-combining multiple cap-enrichment steps ([Batut et al.,
-2013](https://pubmed.gov/22936248)), and benchmarking the use of locked nucleic
-acids for template switching  ([Harbers et al.,
-2013](https://pubmed.gov/24079827)).
+the molecular barcodes ([Tang _et al._, 2013](https://pubmed.gov/23180801)),
+combining multiple cap-enrichment steps ([Batut _et al._,
+2013](https://pubmed.gov/22936248)), benchmarking the use of locked nucleic
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+2013](https://pubmed.gov/24079827)), and reducing the number of primer
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+low-complexity “_pseudo-random_” reverse-transcription primers ([Arnaud _et
+al._, 2016](https://pubmed.gov/27071605)).
 
 I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a gene-centred
 technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius et al.,

updated PO files
diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po b/People/Charles_Plessy.ja.po
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diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
index a61b8f5..8fce198 100644
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-My initial work on developmental genetics in
-[zebrafish](https://zfin.org/ZDB-PERS-010827-9) gave me a strong interest for
-whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that purpose, I have joined
-[RIKEN](http://www.riken.jp/en/) in 2004, where have worked on high-throughput
-methods for profiling promoters and inferring gene networks, and in particular
-on CAGE ([Cap Analysis Gene
-Expression](http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/protocols/)).
+My training as a researcher started with developmental genetics in drosophila
+and [zebrafish](https://zfin.org/ZDB-PERS-010827-9), where I studied the
+activity of transcription enhancers ([Blader _et al._,
+2003](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12559493)) and their evolutionary
+conservation ([Plessy _et al._,
+2005](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15797614)). This gave me a strong
+interest for whole-transcriptome analysis and technology. For that purpose, I
+have joined [RIKEN](http://www.riken.jp/en/) in 2004, where have worked on
+high-throughput methods for profiling promoters and inferring gene networks,
+and in particular on CAGE ([Cap Analysis Gene
+Expression](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_analysis_gene_expression)).
 
 I have developed a miniaturized version of CAGE, termed [[nanoCAGE]],
 to analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA ([Plessy et al.,

updated PO files
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diff --git a/Links.mdwn b/Links.mdwn
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+[GitHub](https://github.com/Population-Transcriptomics).
 
 We are supported by RIKEN and the Japanese Ministry Education, Culture, Sports,
 Science and Technology ([MEXT](http://www.mext.go.jp/english/)), the Japanese

Correct date.
diff --git a/bibliography/28349422.mdwn b/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
index 53653f7..8e9f267 100644
--- a/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
+++ b/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
 [[!tag bibliography nanoCAGE People/Charles_Plessy]]
-[[!meta date="01 Apr 2017"]]
+[[!meta date="28 Mar 2017"]]
 
 Poulain S, Kato S, Arnaud O, Morlighem JÉ, Suzuki M, Plessy C<sup>✉</sup>, Harbers M<sup>✉</sup>.
 NanoCAGE: A Method for the Analysis of Coding and Noncoding 5'-Capped Transcriptomes.

Remove spurious paragraphs.
diff --git a/bibliography/28349422.mdwn b/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
index 579d751..53653f7 100644
--- a/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
+++ b/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
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 [[!meta date="01 Apr 2017"]]
 
 Poulain S, Kato S, Arnaud O, Morlighem JÉ, Suzuki M, Plessy C<sup>✉</sup>, Harbers M<sup>✉</sup>.
-
 NanoCAGE: A Method for the Analysis of Coding and Noncoding 5'-Capped Transcriptomes.
-
 [[!doi 10.1007/978-1-4939-6716-2_4 desc="Methods Mol Biol. **2017** 1543:57-109"]]
 [[!PMID 28349422]]

Book chapter published.
diff --git a/bibliography/28349422.mdwn b/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..579d751
--- /dev/null
+++ b/bibliography/28349422.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,9 @@
+[[!tag bibliography nanoCAGE People/Charles_Plessy]]
+[[!meta date="01 Apr 2017"]]
+
+Poulain S, Kato S, Arnaud O, Morlighem JÉ, Suzuki M, Plessy C<sup>✉</sup>, Harbers M<sup>✉</sup>.
+
+NanoCAGE: A Method for the Analysis of Coding and Noncoding 5'-Capped Transcriptomes.
+
+[[!doi 10.1007/978-1-4939-6716-2_4 desc="Methods Mol Biol. **2017** 1543:57-109"]]
+[[!PMID 28349422]]

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More on extra Gs.
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
index ca57b0e..c6a363e 100644
--- a/nanoCAGE.mdwn
+++ b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
@@ -138,6 +138,18 @@ _template-switching_ mechanism, nanoCAGE libraries are enriched in
    Jan;279(1):142-53](https://pubmed.gov/22035236), showith that reverse-transcriptases,
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+Since the extra <em>G</em>s do not originate from the genome, make sure that
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+TSS in your downstream analyses.  To process the alignment produced by the
+command `bwa sampe`, we added a new flag (`-extraG`) to the
+[pairedBamToBed12](ttps://github.com/Population-Transcriptomics/pairedBamToBed12)
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+the case where the extra _G_ matches a _G_ on the genome by chance, but
+visually inspection of the results, comparing ENCODE HeLa libraries with
+nanoCAGE HeLa libraries, convinced us that this simple approach was already a
+considerable improvement over the non-corrected data.)
+
 ### <a name="CAGEscan">What is the difference between _nanoCAGE_ and _CAGEscan_ ?</a>
 
 _nanoCAGE_ is a CAGE protocol using _template switching_ to enrich for 5′ ends.

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+#| "I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a gene-"
+#| "centred technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius "
+#| "et al., 2009](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19317658), [Plessy et "
+#| "al., 2012](http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used "
+#| "to validate our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons "
+#| "detected by CAGE ([Faulkner et al., 2009](http://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  "
+#| "With contributions related to CAGE development and analysis, I am member "
+#| "of the [FANTOM](http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/) consortium since FANTOM3."
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+#| "Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of "
+#| "neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron cell "
+#| "types, for instance the olfactory neurons ([Plessy et al., 2012](http://"
+#| "pubmed.org/22194471)), or in dopaminergic cells, where we could "
+#| "demonstrate the expression of haemoglobin in the midbrain ([Biagioli et "
+#| "al., 2009](http://pubmed.org/19717439)).  We are also exploring the sub-"
+#| "cellular localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons ([Kratz et al, 2014]"
+#| "(http://pubmed.org/24904046)).  In parallel with this promoter-centric "
+#| "work, I am also exploring the huge [repertoire](http://clonotyper."
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https://pubmed.gov
diff --git a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
index 2148764..a61b8f5 100644
--- a/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
+++ b/People/Charles_Plessy.mdwn
@@ -16,29 +16,29 @@ to analyse small samples yielding only nanograms of RNA ([Plessy et al.,
 its paired-end variant, CAGEscan, which we use to associate novel promoters
 with annotations.  Since then, we have kept improving or expanding these
 techniques, by updating the protocol ([Salimullah et al.,
-2011](http://pubmed.org/21205859)), reducing the sequence bias introduced by
-the molecular barcodes ([Tang et al., 2013](http://pubmed.org/23180801)),
+2011](https://pubmed.gov/21205859)), reducing the sequence bias introduced by
+the molecular barcodes ([Tang et al., 2013](https://pubmed.gov/23180801)),
 combining multiple cap-enrichment steps ([Batut et al.,
-2013](http://pubmed.org/22936248)), and benchmarking the use of locked nucleic
+2013](https://pubmed.gov/22936248)), and benchmarking the use of locked nucleic
 acids for template switching  ([Harbers et al.,
-2013](http://pubmed.org/24079827)).
+2013](https://pubmed.gov/24079827)).
 
 I have complemented my work on CAGE with the development of a gene-centred
 technique for detecting promoters, termed Deep-RACE ([Olivarius et al.,
 2009](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19317658), [Plessy et al.,
 2012](http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9783527644582.ch4)), which we used to validate
 our discovery of the pervasive expression of retrotransposons detected by CAGE
-([Faulkner et al., 2009](http://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  With contributions
+([Faulkner et al., 2009](https://pubmed.gov/19377475)).  With contributions
 related to CAGE development and analysis, I am member of the
 [FANTOM](http://fantom.gsc.riken.jp/) consortium since FANTOM3.
 
 Together with my colleagues at RIKEN and collaborators in the field of
 neuroscience, I have applied nanoCAGE to the study of single neuron cell types,
 for instance the olfactory neurons ([Plessy et al.,
-2012](http://pubmed.org/22194471)), or in dopaminergic cells, where we could
+2012](https://pubmed.gov/22194471)), or in dopaminergic cells, where we could
 demonstrate the expression of haemoglobin in the midbrain ([Biagioli et al.,
-2009](http://pubmed.org/19717439)).  We are also exploring the sub-cellular
-localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons ([Kratz et al, 2014](http://pubmed.org/24904046)).
+2009](https://pubmed.gov/19717439)).  We are also exploring the sub-cellular
+localisation of RNA in Purkinje neurons ([Kratz et al, 2014](https://pubmed.gov/24904046)).
 In parallel with this promoter-centric work, I am also exploring the huge
 [repertoire](http://clonotyper.branchable.com) of the T cell antigen receptors.
 

updated PO files
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.ja.po b/nanoCAGE.ja.po
index d2518b4..48a64fe 100644
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I do not remember what I meant about the Zhu paper; therefore I cut that part.
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
index 03f912d..ca57b0e 100644
--- a/nanoCAGE.mdwn
+++ b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
@@ -122,10 +122,6 @@ _template-switching_ mechanism, nanoCAGE libraries are enriched in
    nucleotide addition using an anchor ligation method._ [DNA Res. 11,
    305-309](https://pubmed.gov/15500255), showing that A-caps are
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-   construction._ [BioTechniques 30, 892-897](https://pubmed.gov/11314272), showing
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new file mode 100644
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+++ b/TemplateSwitching.ja.po
@@ -0,0 +1,89 @@
+# SOME DESCRIPTIVE TITLE
+# Copyright (C) YEAR Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# This file is distributed under the same license as the PACKAGE package.
+# FIRST AUTHOR <EMAIL@ADDRESS>, YEAR.
+#
+#, fuzzy
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
+"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2016-08-25 06:23+0000\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
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+#, no-wrap
+msgid "Template switching\n"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Plain text
+msgid ""
+"_Template switching_ (TS) is the method that we use to add linkers at the 5′ "
+"end of our [[nanoCAGE]] libraries."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Plain text
+msgid "Here is a quick bibliographic timeline (work in progress)."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Title ###
+#, no-wrap
+msgid "1996"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Bullet: ' - '
+msgid ""
+"Clontech patent from Alex Chenchik, York Zhu, Luda Diatchenko and Paul "
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+"template-switching oligonucleotide_, [US 5962272 "
+"A](http://www.google.com/patents/US5962272))."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Title ###
+#, no-wrap
+msgid "1998"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Bullet: ' - '
+msgid ""
+"Book chapter from Chenchik _et al._, cited in other manuscripts, but "
+"unfortunately not available online."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Title ###
+#, no-wrap
+msgid "1999"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Bullet: ' - '
+msgid ""
+"Matz _et al._ apply TS to RACE-PCR and introduce _step-out PCR_ to reduce "
+"noise caused by the TS oligonucleotide being used as a reverse-transcription "
+"primer."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Title ###
+#, no-wrap
+msgid "2001"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Bullet: ' - '
+msgid "Zhu _et al._, apply TS to the construction of full-length cDNA libraries."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Title -
+#, no-wrap
+msgid "Bibliography\n"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. type: Plain text
+#, no-wrap
+msgid ""
+"[[!inline pages=\"bibliography/* and tagged(template_switching)\" "
+"template=biblio feeds=no show=0]]\n"
+msgstr ""

Short bibliography on template switching.
diff --git a/TemplateSwitching.mdwn b/TemplateSwitching.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..3d1c3a8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/TemplateSwitching.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
+Template switching
+==================
+
+_Template switching_ (TS) is the method that we use to add linkers at the 5′
+end of our [[nanoCAGE]] libraries.
+
+Here is a quick bibliographic timeline (work in progress).
+
+### 1996
+
+ - Clontech patent from Alex Chenchik, York Zhu, Luda Diatchenko and Paul
+   Siebert (_Methods and compositions for full-length cDNA Cloning using a
+   template-switching oligonucleotide_, [US 5962272
+   A](http://www.google.com/patents/US5962272)).
+
+### 1998
+
+ - Book chapter from Chenchik _et al._, cited in other manuscripts, but
+   unfortunately not available online.
+
+### 1999
+
+ - Matz _et al._ apply TS to RACE-PCR and introduce _step-out PCR_ to reduce
+   noise caused by the TS oligonucleotide being used as a reverse-transcription
+   primer.   
+
+### 2001
+
+ - Zhu _et al._, apply TS to the construction of full-length cDNA libraries.
+
+
+Bibliography
+------------
+
+[[!inline pages="bibliography/* and tagged(template_switching)" template=biblio feeds=no show=0]]
diff --git a/bibliography/10037822.mdwn b/bibliography/10037822.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..860c5b8
--- /dev/null
+++ b/bibliography/10037822.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+[[!tag bibliography template_switching]]
+[[!meta date="1 Mar 1999"]]
+
+Matz M1, Shagin D, Bogdanova E, Britanova O, Lukyanov S, Diatchenko L, Chenchik A.
+_Amplification of cDNA ends based on template-switching effect and step-out PCR._
+[[!doi 10.1093/nar/27.6.1558 desc="Nucleic Acids Res. **1999** Mar 15;27(6):1558-60"]]
+[[!PMID 10037822]]
diff --git a/bibliography/11314272.mdwn b/bibliography/11314272.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..f46d0a2
--- /dev/null
+++ b/bibliography/11314272.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+[[!tag bibliography template_switching]]
+[[!meta date="1 Apr 2001"]]
+
+Zhu YY1, Machleder EM, Chenchik A, Li R, Siebert PD.
+_Reverse transcriptase template switching: a SMART approach for full-length cDNA library construction._
+[Biotechniques. **2001** Apr;30(4):892-7](http://www.biotechniques.com/multimedia/archive/00010/01304pf02_10882a.pdf)
+[[!PMID 11314272]]
diff --git a/bibliography/Chenchik-book-chapter.mdwn b/bibliography/Chenchik-book-chapter.mdwn
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..6091f84
--- /dev/null
+++ b/bibliography/Chenchik-book-chapter.mdwn
@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
+[[!tag bibliography template_switching]]
+[[!meta date="1 Jan 1998"]]
+
+Chenchik A., Zhu Y.Y., Diatchenko L., Li R., Hill J., Siebert P.D.
+_Gene Cloning and Analysis by RT-PCR._ Siebert P., Larrick J. , editors.
+Natick, MA: BioTechniques Books; **1998**. p. 305-319.

updated PO files
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.ja.po b/nanoCAGE.ja.po
index 343f078..d2518b4 100644
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+#, no-wrap
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Use HTML tags.
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
index f0af7f9..03f912d 100644
--- a/nanoCAGE.mdwn
+++ b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
@@ -103,11 +103,11 @@ introducing sample-specific biases ([Tang _et al._,
 2013](http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/nar/gks1128)).
 
 
-### <a name="extra-G">Does _nanoCAGE_ also add extra _G_s ?</a>
+### <a name="extra-G">Does _nanoCAGE_ also add extra <em>G</em>s ?</a>
 
 After polymerising the first-strand cDNA, the reverse transcriptase may add
-extra nucleotides.  In _nanoCAGE_ we observe a prevalence of extra _C_s,
-reflected by extra _G_s at the 5′ end of the first-mate sequence reads.  Some
+extra nucleotides.  In _nanoCAGE_ we observe a prevalence of extra <em>C</em>s,
+reflected by extra <em>G</em>s at the 5′ end of the first-mate sequence reads.  Some
 publications suggest that these nucleotides are templated by the RNA cap
 itself, which is a methylguanosine.  Thus, by the use of the
 _template-switching_ mechanism, nanoCAGE libraries are enriched in

updated PO files
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Different typography.
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
index 12e6250..f0af7f9 100644
--- a/nanoCAGE.mdwn
+++ b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
@@ -103,11 +103,11 @@ introducing sample-specific biases ([Tang _et al._,
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-### <a name="extra-G">Does _nanoCAGE_ also add extra `G`s ?</a>
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+reflected by extra _G_s at the 5′ end of the first-mate sequence reads.  Some
 publications suggest that these nucleotides are templated by the RNA cap
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updated PO files
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+"repeat retrotransposon Tf1._ [FEBS J. 2012 Jan;279(1):142-53](https://pubmed."
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diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
index 9249d26..12e6250 100644
--- a/nanoCAGE.mdwn
+++ b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
@@ -113,32 +113,32 @@ itself, which is a methylguanosine.  Thus, by the use of the
 _template-switching_ mechanism, nanoCAGE libraries are enriched in
 5′-full-length sequences.  Here are key articles related to this topic:
 
- - Hirzmann, J., Luo, D., Hahnen, J. et al. (1993). Determination of messenger
-   RNA 5'-ends by reverse transcription of the cap structure]. [Nucleic Acids
+ - Hirzmann, J., Luo, D., Hahnen, J. et al. (1993). _Determination of messenger
+   RNA 5'-ends by reverse transcription of the cap structure._ [Nucleic Acids
    Res. 21, 3597-3598](https://pubmed.gov/8346046), suggesting that the cap is
    reverse-transcribed.
- - Ohake, H., Ohtoko, K., Ishimaru, Y. et al. (2004). Determination of the
+ - Ohake, H., Ohtoko, K., Ishimaru, Y. et al. (2004). _Determination of the
    capped site sequence of mRNA based on the detection of cap-dependent
-   nucleotide addition using an anchor ligation method. [DNA Res. 11,
+   nucleotide addition using an anchor ligation method._ [DNA Res. 11,
    305-309](https://pubmed.gov/15500255), showing that A-caps are
    reverse-transcribed as Ts.
- - Zhu, YY., Machleder, EM., Chenchik, A. et al. (2001). Reverse transcriptase
+ - Zhu, YY., Machleder, EM., Chenchik, A. et al. (2001). _Reverse transcriptase
    template switching: a SMART approach for full-length cDNA library
-   construction. [BioTechniques 30, 892-897](https://pubmed.gov/11314272), showing
+   construction._ [BioTechniques 30, 892-897](https://pubmed.gov/11314272), showing
    that nevertheless template switching also occurs on blunt duplexes.
- - Lavie L, Maldener E, Brouha B, Meese EU, Mayer J. (2004). The human L1
+ - Lavie L, Maldener E, Brouha B, Meese EU, Mayer J. (2004). _The human L1
    promoter: variable transcription initiation sites and a major impact of
-   upstream flanking sequence on promoter activity. [Genome Res. 2004
+   upstream flanking sequence on promoter activity._ [Genome Res. 2004
    Nov;14(11):2253-60](https://pubmed.gov/15520289), showing that endogenous
    reverse-transcriptases also reverse-transcribe the cap.
- - Kulpa D, Topping R, Telesnitsky A. (1997) Determination of the site of first
+ - Kulpa D, Topping R, Telesnitsky A. (1997) _Determination of the site of first
    strand transfer during Moloney murine leukemia virus reverse transcription
-   and identification of strand transfer-associated reverse transcriptase errors.
+   and identification of strand transfer-associated reverse transcriptase errors._
    [EMBO J. 1997 Feb 17;16(4):856-65](https://pubmed.gov/9049314), with another
    discussion on the reverse-transcription of the cap.
- - Oz-Gleenberg I, Herzig E, Hizi A (2011). Template-independent DNA synthesis
+ - Oz-Gleenberg I, Herzig E, Hizi A (2011). _Template-independent DNA synthesis
    activity associated with the reverse transcriptase of the long terminal
-   repeat retrotransposon Tf1. [FEBS J. 2012
+   repeat retrotransposon Tf1._ [FEBS J. 2012
    Jan;279(1):142-53](https://pubmed.gov/22035236), showith that reverse-transcriptases,
    like other DNA polymerases, add non-templated As to blunt DNA duplexes.
 

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diff --git a/nanoCAGE.ja.po b/nanoCAGE.ja.po
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+"errors.  [EMBO J. 1997 Feb 17;16(4):856-65](https://pubmed.gov/9049314), "
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+msgid ""
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+"repeat retrotransposon Tf1. [FEBS J. 2012 Jan;279(1):142-53](https://pubmed."
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+#, no-wrap
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diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
index 68d6828..9249d26 100644
--- a/nanoCAGE.mdwn
+++ b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
@@ -103,6 +103,45 @@ introducing sample-specific biases ([Tang _et al._,
 2013](http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/nar/gks1128)).
 
 
+### <a name="extra-G">Does _nanoCAGE_ also add extra `G`s ?</a>
+
+After polymerising the first-strand cDNA, the reverse transcriptase may add
+extra nucleotides.  In _nanoCAGE_ we observe a prevalence of extra `C`s,
+reflected by extra `G`s at the 5′ end of the first-mate sequence reads.  Some
+publications suggest that these nucleotides are templated by the RNA cap
+itself, which is a methylguanosine.  Thus, by the use of the
+_template-switching_ mechanism, nanoCAGE libraries are enriched in
+5′-full-length sequences.  Here are key articles related to this topic:
+
+ - Hirzmann, J., Luo, D., Hahnen, J. et al. (1993). Determination of messenger
+   RNA 5'-ends by reverse transcription of the cap structure]. [Nucleic Acids
+   Res. 21, 3597-3598](https://pubmed.gov/8346046), suggesting that the cap is
+   reverse-transcribed.
+ - Ohake, H., Ohtoko, K., Ishimaru, Y. et al. (2004). Determination of the
+   capped site sequence of mRNA based on the detection of cap-dependent
+   nucleotide addition using an anchor ligation method. [DNA Res. 11,
+   305-309](https://pubmed.gov/15500255), showing that A-caps are
+   reverse-transcribed as Ts.
+ - Zhu, YY., Machleder, EM., Chenchik, A. et al. (2001). Reverse transcriptase
+   template switching: a SMART approach for full-length cDNA library
+   construction. [BioTechniques 30, 892-897](https://pubmed.gov/11314272), showing
+   that nevertheless template switching also occurs on blunt duplexes.
+ - Lavie L, Maldener E, Brouha B, Meese EU, Mayer J. (2004). The human L1
+   promoter: variable transcription initiation sites and a major impact of
+   upstream flanking sequence on promoter activity. [Genome Res. 2004
+   Nov;14(11):2253-60](https://pubmed.gov/15520289), showing that endogenous
+   reverse-transcriptases also reverse-transcribe the cap.
+ - Kulpa D, Topping R, Telesnitsky A. (1997) Determination of the site of first
+   strand transfer during Moloney murine leukemia virus reverse transcription
+   and identification of strand transfer-associated reverse transcriptase errors.
+   [EMBO J. 1997 Feb 17;16(4):856-65](https://pubmed.gov/9049314), with another
+   discussion on the reverse-transcription of the cap.
+ - Oz-Gleenberg I, Herzig E, Hizi A (2011). Template-independent DNA synthesis
+   activity associated with the reverse transcriptase of the long terminal
+   repeat retrotransposon Tf1. [FEBS J. 2012
+   Jan;279(1):142-53](https://pubmed.gov/22035236), showith that reverse-transcriptases,
+   like other DNA polymerases, add non-templated As to blunt DNA duplexes.
+
 ### <a name="CAGEscan">What is the difference between _nanoCAGE_ and _CAGEscan_ ?</a>
 
 _nanoCAGE_ is a CAGE protocol using _template switching_ to enrich for 5′ ends.

updated PO files
diff --git a/News/2015/IMGC_2015.ja.po b/News/2015/IMGC_2015.ja.po
index cfc228f..4497af8 100644
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@@ -3,6 +3,6 @@
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-on [_Single-molecule RNA sequencing in single cells_](http://imgc2015.jp/abstracts.html#O-12)
+on [_Single-molecule RNA sequencing in single cells_](http://imgs.org/Archive/abstracts/2015Abstracts/IMGC2015program.html#O-12)
 at the International Mammalian Genomics Conference 
 ([IMGC](http://imgc2015.jp/))in Yokohama, Japan.

Corresponding author.
diff --git a/bibliography/27071605.mdwn b/bibliography/27071605.mdwn
index bcf5577..30c5ef8 100644
--- a/bibliography/27071605.mdwn
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@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 [[!tag bibliography People/Charles_Plessy]]
 [[!meta date="01 Apr 2016"]]
 
-Arnaud O, Kato S, Poulain S, Plessy C.
+Arnaud O, Kato S, Poulain S, Plessy C<sup>✉</sup>.
 Targeted reduction of highly abundant transcripts using pseudo-random primers.
 [[!doi 10.2144/000114400 desc="Biotechniques. **2016** Apr 1;60(4):169-74."]]
 [[!doi 10.1101/027805 desc="bioRxiv"]]

Correct DOI.
diff --git a/bibliography/27071605.mdwn b/bibliography/27071605.mdwn
index 4879bba..bcf5577 100644
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 Arnaud O, Kato S, Poulain S, Plessy C.
 Targeted reduction of highly abundant transcripts using pseudo-random primers.
 [[!doi 10.2144/000114400 desc="Biotechniques. **2016** Apr 1;60(4):169-74."]]
-[[!doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/027805 desc="bioRxiv"]]
+[[!doi 10.1101/027805 desc="bioRxiv"]]
 [[!PMID 27071605]]

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Pseudo-random primers Now on PubMed.
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 Reference:
 
-Ophélie Arnaud, Sachi Kato, Stéphane Poulain, and Charles Plessy.  Targeted
-reduction of highly abundant transcripts using pseudo-random primers.
-[BioTechniques, Vol. 60, No. 4, April 2016, pp. 169–174](http://www.biotechniques.com/BiotechniquesJournal/2016/April/Targeted-reduction-of-highly-abundant-transcripts-using-pseudo-random-primers/biotechniques-364067.html).
-doi:10.2144/000114400 Pubmed registration in progress.
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+[[!meta date="01 Apr 2016"]]
+
+Arnaud O, Kato S, Poulain S, Plessy C.
+Targeted reduction of highly abundant transcripts using pseudo-random primers.
+[[!doi 10.2144/000114400 desc="Biotechniques. **2016** Apr 1;60(4):169-74."]]
+[[!doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/027805 desc="bioRxiv"]]
+[[!PMID 27071605]]

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+#, no-wrap
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+msgstr ""
+
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Welcome Simon.
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+that by using a subset of these "random" primers, one can avoid the conversion
+of target RNA molecules (typically the ribosomal RNAs, which are highly
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 hundreds of oligonucleotides, which is costly to synthesize.
 
 Observing that the reverse-transcriptase is highly tolerant to mismatches,
 we reasoned that a similar result could be obtained with a dramatically
 lower number of oligonucleotides, which we called "_pseudo-random_ primers".
-In an article published this month in BioTechniques [Arnaud et al., 2016](http://www.biotechniques.com/BiotechniquesJournal/2016/April/Targeted-reduction-of-highly-abundant-transcripts-using-pseudo-random-primers/biotechniques-364067.html),
+In an article published this month in BioTechniques ([Arnaud et al., 2016](http://www.biotechniques.com/BiotechniquesJournal/2016/April/Targeted-reduction-of-highly-abundant-transcripts-using-pseudo-random-primers/biotechniques-364067.html)),
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-and the scripts of our bioinformatics analysis as
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+communicating scientific results on Internet.  We deposited our [[presubmission
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+repository, and the scripts of our bioinformatics analysis as [supplemental
+material in GitHub](https://github.com/Population-Transcriptomics/pseudo-random-primers).
 
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+[[!meta title="Targeted reduction of highly abundant transcripts with pseudo-random primers."]]
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+Targeted reduction of highly abundant transcripts with pseudo-random primers
+============================================================================
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+In quantitative analysis of gene expression using DNA sequencers, the precision
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+Therefore, if one prevents uninformative sequences to be read, the
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+
+Before sequencing, RNA molecules are usually converted into DNA molecules with
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+conduced with a "random" mixture of 4,096 different primers, that covers all
+the possible combinations of A, C, G and T on 6 consecutive nucleotides.  In
+2009, [Armour and collaborators](http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nmeth.1360) showed
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+of target RNA molecules (typically the ribosomal RNAs, which carry little
+information compared to their abundance).  However, this subset was several
+hundreds of oligonucleotides, which is costly to synthesize.
+
+Observing that the reverse-transcriptase is highly tolerant to mismatches,
+we reasoned that a similar result could be obtained with a dramatically
+lower number of oligonucleotides, which we called "_pseudo-random_ primers".
+In an article published this month in BioTechniques [Arnaud et al., 2016](http://www.biotechniques.com/BiotechniquesJournal/2016/April/Targeted-reduction-of-highly-abundant-transcripts-using-pseudo-random-primers/biotechniques-364067.html),
+we demonstrate our approach by reducing either ribosomal or hemoglobin RNA.
+Importantly, our method also applies to the reduction of the artifacts
+created by the cross priming of the oligonucleotide tails.
+
+During the publication process of this work, we also explored the modern ways
+of communicating results.  We deposited our presubmission manuscript to the
+"[bioRxiv](http://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2015/09/29/027805)" repository,
+and the scripts of our bioinformatics analysis as
+[supplemental material in GitHub](https://github.com/Population-Transcriptomics/pseudo-random-primers).
+
+----
+Reference:
+
+Ophélie Arnaud, Sachi Kato, Stéphane Poulain, and Charles Plessy.  Targeted
+reduction of highly abundant transcripts using pseudo-random primers.
+[BioTechniques, Vol. 60, No. 4, April 2016, pp. 169–174](http://www.biotechniques.com/BiotechniquesJournal/2016/April/Targeted-reduction-of-highly-abundant-transcripts-using-pseudo-random-primers/biotechniques-364067.html).
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Pseud-random primers.
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Alignment with BWA.
diff --git a/nanoCAGE.mdwn b/nanoCAGE.mdwn
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@@ -140,6 +140,21 @@ nanoCAGE (after corrections to the reference spike sequences explained in the
 [Biostars](https://www.biostars.org/p/170234/) forum).
 
 
+### <a name="BWA">Why are you still using BWA aln ?</a>
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+failures because the probability to overlap a splice junction is higher.
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Typo.
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updated PO files
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