|Number of samples:||396|
|Release date:||Nov 4 2016|
|Last update date:||Nov 28 2018|
|Dataset link||Differences and similarities between human and chimpanzee neural progenitors during cerebral cortex development|
Single-cell transcriptomes from human and chimpanzee cerebral organoids from multiple time points were analyzed in this study. All single cell samples were processed on the microfluidic Fluidigm C1 platform and contain 92 external RNA spike-ins. Human data were generated from dissociated whole organoids derived from induced pluripotent stem cell line SC102-A1 (iPSC SC102-A1) at 60 days after the start of embryoid body culture. Chimpanzee data were generated from dissociated whole organoids from iPS cell line SandraA at 45 days and PR818-5 at 50 days, 55 days, 61 days and 80 days and microdissected cortical-like regions from chimpanzee iPS cell line PR818-5 at 51 days and 62 days.
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