Onchocerca volvulus - public RNASeq studies
ERP001350: Onchocerca volvulus transcriptomics
Wellcome Sanger Institute
Onchocerca volvulus is a filarial nematode parasite of humans, causing Onchocerciasis, or River Blindness, which affects over 37 million people, mainly in Africa. It is a severely debilitating disease, which is transmitted to humans by black fly. This project aims to undertake high-throughput sequencing of Onchocerca volvulus transcriptome for de novo assembly of transcripts. The main objective of this project is to recognize genes expressed in given life stages.
Design: 5 conditions
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.
SRP056861: Onchocerca volvulus Genome sequencing
The Genome Institute
9 runs in ENA