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  1. Genome sequence Sporisorium scitamineum SscI8 : Sequencing the sugarcane smut pathogen Sporisorium scitamineum SscI8 BioProject

    ID: PRJEB6265

    Keywords: Other

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    organism.strain: Ssc1
  2. Genetic variability of transcript abundance in pig peri-mortem skeletal muscle: eQTL localized genes involved in stress response, cell death, muscle d... OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-26924

    Date Released: 06-26-2012

    Description: half the genes located on segments of chromosome 1, 2, 10, 13, 16, and 18. Finally, the combined expression and genetic approaches pointed to putative cis-drivers of gene expression programs in skeletal muscle as COQ4 (SSC1), LOC100513192 (SSC18) where both the gene transcription unit and the eQTL affecting its expression level were shown to be localized in the same genomic region. This suggests cis-causing genetic polymorphims affecting gene expression levels, with (e.g. COQ4) or without (e.g. LOC100513192) potential pleiotropic effects that affect the expression of other genes (cluster of trans-eQTLs). CONCLUSION: Genetic analysis of transcription levels revealed dependence among molecular phenotypes as being affected by variation at the same loci. We observed the genetic variation of molecular phenotypes in a specific situation of cellular stress thus contributing to a better description of muscle physiologic response. In turn, this suggests that large amounts of genetic variation, mediated through transcriptional networks, can drive transient cell response phenotypes and contribute to organismal adaptative potential. A wide genomic project was designed to combine genetic and transcriptome analysis. This project involved about 1,000 F2 pigs from 15 half-sib families to identify QTL for meat quality traits (Cherel et al., unpublished data). In this study, we focused on one family of 57 half sib F2 pigs. Total RNA ...

  3. Genetic variability of transcript abundance in pig peri-mortem skeletal muscle: eQTL localized genes involved in stress response, cell death, muscle d... ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-26924

    Description: half the genes located on segments of chromosome 1, 2, 10, 13, 16, and 18. Finally, the combined expression and genetic approaches pointed to putative cis-drivers of gene expression programs in skeletal muscle as COQ4 (SSC1), LOC100513192 (SSC18) where both the gene transcription unit and the eQTL affecting its expression level were shown to be localized in the same genomic region. This suggests cis-causing genetic polymorphims affecting gene expression levels, with (e.g. COQ4) or without (e.g. LOC100513192) potential pleiotropic effects that affect the expression of other genes (cluster of trans-eQTLs). CONCLUSION: Genetic analysis of transcription levels revealed dependence among molecular phenotypes as being affected by variation at the same loci. We observed the genetic variation of molecular phenotypes in a specific situation of cellular stress thus contributing to a better description of muscle physiologic response. In turn, this suggests that large amounts of genetic variation, mediated through transcriptional networks, can drive transient cell response phenotypes and contribute to organismal adaptative potential. A wide genomic project was designed to combine genetic and transcriptome analysis. This project involved about 1,000 F2 pigs from 15 half-sib families to identify QTL for meat quality traits (Cherel et al., unpublished data). In this study, we focused on one family of 57 half sib F2 pigs. Total RNA ...

  4. Genetic variability of transcript abundance in pig peri-mortem skeletal muscle: eQTL localized genes involved in stress response, cell death, muscle d... BioProject

    ID: PRJNA136069

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: half the genes located on segments of chromosome 1, 2, 10, 13, 16, and 18. Finally, the combined expression and genetic approaches pointed to putative cis-drivers of gene expression programs in skeletal muscle as COQ4 (SSC1), LOC100513192 (SSC18) where both the gene transcription unit and the eQTL affecting its expression level were shown to be localized in the same genomic region. This suggests cis-causing genetic polymorphims affecting gene expression levels, with (e.g. COQ4) or without (e.g. LOC100513192) potential pleiotropic effects that affect the expression of other genes (cluster of trans-eQTLs). CONCLUSION: Genetic analysis of transcription levels revealed dependence among molecular phenotypes as being affected by variation at the same loci. We observed the genetic variation of molecular phenotypes in a specific situation of cellular stress thus contributing to a better description of muscle physiologic response. In turn, this suggests that large amounts of genetic variation, mediated through transcriptional networks, can drive transient cell response phenotypes and contribute to organismal adaptative potential. Overall design: A wide genomic project was designed to combine genetic and transcriptome analysis. This project involved about 1,000 F2 pigs from 15 half-sib families to identify QTL for meat quality traits (Cherel et al., unpublished data). In this study, we focused on one family of 57 half sib F2 ...

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