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Diversity and Signature of Small RNA in Different Bodily Fluids using Next Generation Sequencing

Identifiers: SRA: SRP136264
BioProject: PRJNA445293
Study Type: 
Other
Abstract: Small RNAs are critical components in regulating various cellular pathways. These molecules, which could be tissue-associated or circulating in bodily fluids, have been shown to associate with different tumors. Next generation sequencing on small RNAs is a powerful tool for profiling and discovery, particularly for microRNA (miRNA).In this study, we isolated total RNA from various bodily fluids (blood, leukocytes, serum, plasma, saliva, cell-free saliva, urine and cell-free urine). Then, Illumina's next generation sequencing was used to investigate the distribution and signature of small RNAs in these fluids through intensive bioinformatics analysis performed on the sequencing data.

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Experiments:
32 ( 32 samples )
Runs:
32 (20.1Gbp; 6.5Gb)
Additional objects:
File type count
fastq 32