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Series GSE178983 Query DataSets for GSE178983
Status Public on Jun 01, 2024
Title DNA methylation in developing fetal brain of pig
Organism Sus scrofa
Experiment type Methylation profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary DNA methylation was profiled in a genome-wide manner by Enzymatic Methyl-seq (EM-seq) in fetal brain of both sexes at three gestation days 45, 60 and 90. The analysis showed nearly 3-fold fewer differentially methylated sites (DMSs) between GD90 and GD60 (n=54) compared to that between GD60 and GD45 (n=150). Comparative analysis of the methylation data with the RNA-seq data previously generated from the same gestation times showed an opposition pattern where more number of differentially expressed genes (DEGs) were observed between GD90 and GD60 compared to GD60 and GD45.
 
Overall design DNA methylation profiling of all 12 samples (6 fetal brain samples and 6 adult blood samples) by enzymatic methyl-seq (EM-seq).
 
Contributor(s) Strawn M, Safranski TJ, Behura SK
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Submission date Jun 27, 2021
Last update date Jun 01, 2024
Contact name SUSANTA BEHURA
E-mail(s) behuras@missouri.edu
Phone 5738821722
Organization name University of Missouri
Street address 920 East Campus Dr
City Columbia
State/province MO
ZIP/Postal code 65211
Country USA
 
Platforms (1)
GPL26351 Illumina NovaSeq 6000 (Sus scrofa)
Samples (12)
GSM5402710 Boar1
GSM5402711 Boar2
GSM5402712 Boar3
Relations
BioProject PRJNA741788
SRA SRP325774

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