Pluto Bioinformatics

GSE114232: Next Generation Sequencing Facilitates Quantitative Analysis of Transcriptomesof Wild Type , RIG-I-/-, MAVS -/- mice during influenza infection

Bulk RNA sequencing

Purpose: The goals of this study are to compare Next-generation sequencing (NGS)-derived transcriptome profiling (RNA-seq) in the lung of three tyeps of mice during influenza infection.; Methods: Total RNA from lung was extracted using a modified TRIzol protocol and spectrophometrically quantitated. Library preparation and sequencing were conducted using 3 inTAG next-generation sequencing . Differential gene expression for day 6 post influenza infection was determined relative to mock inoculated mice.; Results: Differentially expressed genes were defined using p-value <0.01 and FDR-corrected p-value <0.1 cutoffs. We identified the transcripts in the lung of RIG-I-/-, MAVS -/- mice during influenza infection; Our study represents the first detailed analysis of lung transcriptomes of Wild Type , RIG-I-/-, MAVS -/- mice during influenza infection , with biologic replicates, generated by RNA-seq technology. SOURCE: Mikhail Dozmorov ( - Virginia Commonwealth University

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