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RNA-Seq Experiment Transcript abundance after bloodmeal (Vannini et al., 2014)
NameTranscript abundance after bloodmeal (Vannini et al., 2014)
SpeciesAnopheles gambiae
Experimental factorsGrowthCondition
Statistical testsANOVA
DescriptionComparison of transcript abundance in the female Anopheles gambiae, 3 hours after blood meal with non-blood fed controls.
AuthorsVannini L, Augustine Dunn W, Reed TW, Willis JH.
AffiliationsUniversity of Georgia, Cellular Biology, Athens, GA 30602, USA. Electronic address: vannini@uga.edu. University of California Irvine, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, Irvine, CA 92697, USA. Electronic address: dunnw@uci.edu. University of Georgia, Cellular Biology, Athens, GA 30602, USA. Electronic address: treed36@uga.edu. University of Georgia, Cellular Biology, Athens, GA 30602, USA. Electronic address: jhwillis@uga.edu.
Accessions GEO: GSE55453
PubMed ID 24269292
Search expression data from this experiment
Genesets used
Geneset Description
Anopheles gambiae AgamP4.3 transcripts The AgamP4.3 update was derived from the publication Long non-coding RNA discovery across the genus anopheles reveals conserved secondary structures within and beyond the Gambiae complex by Jenkins et al, 2015 (PMID:25903279) Genes: 13,793 Protein-coding genes: 13,007 Transcripts: 15,656 Protein-coding transcripts:14,870

Sequencing Runs
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Name Samples
GSM1337178.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337178.s1
GSM1337177.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337177.s1
GSM1337176.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337176.s1
GSM1337175.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337175.s1
GSM1337182.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337182.s1
GSM1337181.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337181.s1
GSM1337180.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337180.s1
GSM1337179.s1.e1.ampl GSM1337179.s1
8 items found, displaying all items.