Heligmosomoides polygyrus - public RNASeq studies
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SRP157940: RNA-Seq of Heligmosomoides polygyrus under varying mice gut condition
Robert Koch Insitute
Parasitic Nematodes Exert Antimicrobial Activity and Benefit From Microbiota-Driven Support for Host Immune Regulation. (Rausch .. Hartmann, 2018)
Design: 2 conditions
|Condition||num. replicates||Culture conditions||Developmental stage||Organism part||Sex|
|germ-free host||3||germ-free host||adult||whole organism||female and male|
|specific pathogen-free host||3||specific pathogen-free host||adult||whole organism||female and male|
These studies are available in ENA, and the reads successfully align to our genomes.
They have not been included in our analysis for one of the following reasons:
Failed to meet minimal criteria for differential expression analysis, failure to pass data quality filters, or we were unable to interpret accompanying metadata.
SRP040266: Exosomes secreted by a nematode parasite transfer small RNAs to mammalian cells and regulate genes of the innate immune system [Heligmosomoides polygyrus]
Centre for Immunity, Infection and Evolution
Exosomes secreted by nematode parasites transfer small RNAs to mammalian cells and modulate innate immunity. (Buck .. Maizels, 2014)
1 run in ENA