|Number of samples:||27|
|Release date:||Sep 1 2015|
|Last update date:||Oct 18 2018|
|Dataset link||Analysis of human, chimpanzee, macaque and mouse tissue transcriptomes using Next Generation Sequencing|
We generated RNA-Seq data (∼2.10 billion paired-end reads, 25-100 bp length) for the polyadenylated RNA fraction of brain (cerebral cortex), heart, liver and testis. In human and chimpanzee, we generated 2 samples per tissue corresponding to different individuals. In macaque, only 1 sample per tissue was generated. In mouse, considered as the evolutionary outgroup, we generated three pools of brain samples, and one pool of heart, liver and testis samples. We generated an additional sample in Testis without including reverse transcriptase as a control of DNA contamination.
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