Gene expression of 47 Caenorhabditis elegans strains from Orsay and Santeuil

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This study investigated the role of local genetic variation on gene expression. To this end, gene expression variation between strains isolated from two locations (Orsay and Santeuil) was investigated by microarray. As an outgroup the N2, CB4856, WN2001, WN2002, WN2003, JU314 and JU396 were used. Age-synchronized strains were grown for 47 hours at 20 degrees Celsius, where after strains were sampled and RNA was isolated. Labelled cRNA was hybridized to microarray to assess the impact of local genetic variation on gene expression. DNA hybridization complementing this study can be found in E-MTAB-8126.
Date made available12 Jul 2019
PublisherWageningen University & Research

Research Output

Gene-environment and protein degradation signatures characterize genomic and phenotypic diversity in wild Caenorhabditis elegans populations

Volkers, J. M., Snoek, L. B., van Hellenberg Hubar, C. J., Coopman, R., Chen, W., Yang, W., Sterken, M. G., Schulenburg, H., Braeckman, B. & Kammenga, J. E., 2013, In : BMC Biology. 11, 13 p., 93.

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    Sterken, M. G. (Creator) (12 Jul 2019). Gene expression of 47 Caenorhabditis elegans strains from Orsay and Santeuil. Wageningen University & Research.