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RNA-Seq atopic dermatitis transcriptome profiling provides insights into novel disease mechanisms with potential therapeutic implications

Identifiers: SRA: SRP053794
BioProject: PRJNA275149
GEO: GSE65832
Study Type: 
Transcriptome Analysis
Abstract: Purpose: provide evidence that RNA-seq can add information to transcriptome profiling already discovered by other technologies for atopic dermatitis Methods: mRNA profiles of 20 atopic dermatitis were analyzed to compare lesional and non-lesional skin, then transcriptomes found by reads were compared to Microarray and RT-PCR Results:RNA-seq provided complementary genes to AD transcriptome IL-36 and TREM-1 Conclusions: Our study represents the first analysis of lesional AD tissue by RNA-seq and comparison to microarray and RT-PCR Overall design: paired biopsies from lesional and non-lesional tissue of 20 patients sequenced by RNA-seq
Center Project: GSE65832
External Link: /pubmed:25840722

Related SRA data

Experiments:
40 ( 40 samples )
Runs:
40 (233.7Gbp; 145.9Gb)