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Which tissues

Postby tabrams » Fri Oct 12, 2012 6:56 am

Our plan is to focus initially on CNS. However, some may be interested in genes expressed in postsynaptic muscle or in other tissues. Moreover, for some genes expressed at very low abundance in CNS, we may obtain full length transcripts more readily from another cell type. (Of course, there may be CNS-specific splice forms, which would also be of interest to know.)

Which tissues would you recommend we analyze by RNAseq. How much effort should be placed on non-CNS tissues?
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Re: Which tissues

Postby Sathya » Sun Oct 14, 2012 8:54 am

I think we should include several early development stages. This will help to obtain full length sequences of several rare transcripts. Ovotestis of adult is another tissue/organ to consider.
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