Anatomical and molecular dissection of the prestreak chick embryo
ABSTRACT: This paper shows detailed information of prestreak stage chick embryos at the morphological level by using scanning electron microscopy, and at the molecular level by RNAseq and expression analysis.
Project description:We performed a detailed analysis of gene expression in the 2-day (HH12) embryonic chick heart. RNA-seq of 13 microdissected heart regions reveals regionalised expression of about 15,000 genes (Dataset 1). Of these, 131 genes that are differentially expressed (FPKM ≥20, fold change ≥1.1-4.0) within a region compared to the other 12 regions were studied by in situ hybridisation (bold text in Dataset 1) and used to generate a 3D molecular map of the heart at this stage of development.
Project description:The expression profile and sequence variants of 476 early stage urothelial carcinoma were studied using whole transcriptome sequencing. RNA-Seq libraries were prepared by Ribo-Zero treatment of total-RNA (to reduce the rRNA content) followed by library preparation using ScriptSeq. RNA-Seq libraries were paired-end sequenced (2x 101 bp) on Illumina HiSeq 2000 and the resulting fastq files were processed using tools from the Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK and from the Tuxedo suite. Access to the sequence data (bam and vcf files), containing person identifying information, needs signature on a controlled access form, and can be accessed at The European Genome-phenome Archive (EGA) using the study ID EGAS00001001236 following request. An expression matrix of FPKM values are available without restriction at ArrayExpress.
Project description:Type IV collagen is the main component of the basement membrane which gives strength to the blood-gas barrier. In avians the formation of the blood-gas barrier happens rapidly and before hatching. We have performed a microarray expression analysis in late chick lung development and found that COL4A1 and COL4A2 were among the most significantly upregulated genes during the formation of the avian blood-gas barrier. Our study showed that type IV collagen and therefore the basement membrane play fundamental roles in coordinating alveolar morphogenesis. Four developmental stages of chick lung maturation (E14, E15, E16, E18). Three biological replicates per time point.
Project description:A systematic survey of the transcriptional status of individual segments of the developing chick hindbrain (r1-5) and the adjacent region of the embryonic midbrain (m) during the HH11 stage of chick development Affymetrix Chicken GeneChip Expression Study Paralell comparison of defined regions of the neural tube during early chick development
Project description:Purified hair bundles and utricular epithelium from E19-E20 chick inner ears were analyzed by LC-MS/MS to determine the abundant and enriched proteins of the hair bundle. This dataset used a Thermo LTQ mass spectrometer for protein detection.
Project description:Purified hair bundles and utricular epithelium from E19-E20 chick inner ears were analyzed by LC-MS/MS to determine the abundant and enriched proteins of the hair bundle. This dataset used a Thermo LTQ Velos mass spectrometer for protein detection.
Project description:Inner ear auditory and vestibular tissues differ in their responses to mechanical stimuli. Chick cochlea and utricle sensory epithelia were microdissected at E20-E21. RNA was extracted and cRNA hybridized to Affymetrix microarrays.
Project description:This is a reanalysis of PXD000104. Purified hair bundles and utricular epithelium from E19-E20 chick inner ears were analyzed by LC-MS/MS to determine the abundant and enriched proteins of the hair bundle. This dataset used a Thermo Orbitrap Elite mass spectrometer for protein detection.
Project description:Nanog null neural stem (NS) cells were reprogrammed to naive pluripotency in 2i/LIF conditions with chick (c) and zebrafish (z) Nanog orthologs. Global gene expression was compared to iPS cells derived with mouse (m) Nanog. Murine iPS cells derived with zebrafish nanog, chick nanog, and mouse nanog orthologs (2 replicates each).