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Neurospora crassa early sexual development with MTP priming

ABSTRACT: Multi-targeting priming (MTP) for genome-wide gene expression assays provides selective targeting of multiple sequences and counter-selection against undesirable sequences. We demonstrated superior performance of two MTPs compared to oligo-dT microarray profling and RNA tag sequencing the response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to nitrogen deficiency and profiling Neurospora crassa early sexual development. Priming with MTPs in addition to oligo-dT resulted in higher sensitivity, a greater number of well-measured genes, more genes significantly differentially expressed, and a greater power to detect meager differences. Neurospora crassa mat A FGSC#2489 Three developmental stages and two different primers used for reverse transcription: mycelium oligo(dT) M1 protoperithecia oligo(dT) PP1 perithecia oligo(dT) PT1 mycelium oligo(dT)+ Multi-Targeted Primer [MTP] (M2) protoperithecia oligo(dT)+ MTP (PP2) perithecia oligo(dT)+ MTP (PT2)

ORGANISM(S): Neurospora Crassa

SUBMITTER: Jeffrey P Townsend   Francesc Lopez 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-22658 | ArrayExpress | 2010-07-03



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Multi-targeted priming for genome-wide gene expression assays.

Adomas Aleksandra B AB   Lopez-Giraldez Francesc F   Clark Travis A TA   Wang Zheng Z   Townsend Jeffrey P JP  

BMC genomics 20100817

<h4>Background</h4>Complementary approaches to assaying global gene expression are needed to assess gene expression in regions that are poorly assayed by current methodologies. A key component of nearly all gene expression assays is the reverse transcription of transcribed sequences that has traditionally been performed by priming the poly-A tails on many of the transcribed genes in eukaryotes with oligo-dT, or by priming RNA indiscriminately with random hexamers. We designed an algorithm to fin  ...[more]

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