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  1. Integration of ATAC-seq and RNA-seq Identifies Human Alpha Cell and Beta Cell Signature Genes ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-76268

    Description: binding protein) was restricted to a-cells, while CHODL (chondrolectin) immunoreactivity was only present in b-cells. Furthermore, α-cell- and β-cell-selective ATAC-seq peaks were identified to overlap with known binding sites for islet transcription factors, as well as with common single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) previously identified as risk loci for type 2 diabetes. Conclusions: We have determined the genetic landscape of human α- and β-cells based on chromatin accessibility and transcript levels, which allowed for detection of novel α- and β-cell signature genes not previously known to be expressed in islets. Using fine-mapping of open chromatin, we have identified thousands of potential cis-regulatory elements that operate in an endocrine cell type-specific fashion. ATAC-seq on 3 human alpha cell samples, 3 human beta cell samples, and 2 human acinar cell samples. RNA-seq on 7 human alpha cell samples and 8 human beta cell samples....

  2. Integration of ATAC-seq and RNA-seq Identifies Human Alpha Cell and Beta Cell Signature Genes BioProject

    ID: PRJNA306754

    Keywords: Other

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    dataset.description: binding protein) was restricted to a-cells, while CHODL (chondrolectin) immunoreactivity was only present in b-cells. Furthermore, α-cell- and β-cell-selective ATAC-seq peaks were identified to overlap with known binding sites for islet transcription factors, as well as with common single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) previously identified as risk loci for type 2 diabetes. Conclusions: We have determined the genetic landscape of human α- and β-cells based on chromatin accessibility and transcript levels, which allowed for detection of novel α- and β-cell signature genes not previously known to be expressed in islets. Using fine-mapping of open chromatin, we have identified thousands of potential cis-regulatory elements that operate in an endocrine cell type-specific fashion. Overall design: ATAC-seq on 3 human alpha cell samples, 3 human beta cell samples, and 2 human acinar cell samples. RNA-seq on 7 human alpha cell samples and 8 human beta cell samples....
  3. Integration of ATAC-seq and RNA-seq Identifies Human Alpha Cell and Beta Cell Signature Genes OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-76268

    Date Released: 12-26-2015

    Description: binding protein) was restricted to a-cells, while CHODL (chondrolectin) immunoreactivity was only present in b-cells. Furthermore, α-cell- and β-cell-selective ATAC-seq peaks were identified to overlap with known binding sites for islet transcription factors, as well as with common single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) previously identified as risk loci for type 2 diabetes. Conclusions: We have determined the genetic landscape of human α- and β-cells based on chromatin accessibility and transcript levels, which allowed for detection of novel α- and β-cell signature genes not previously known to be expressed in islets. Using fine-mapping of open chromatin, we have identified thousands of potential cis-regulatory elements that operate in an endocrine cell type-specific fashion. ATAC-seq on 3 human alpha cell samples, 3 human beta cell samples, and 2 human acinar cell samples. RNA-seq on 7 human alpha cell samples and 8 human beta cell samples....


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