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Analysis of genomic poly(A) sites
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 Column names defined in a dependent data file, contain Poly(A) Id, Chromosome, Strand, Poly(A) Signal, Poly(A) Site, Number of Supporting SAPAS Reads.

3.Datasets generated form human samples (Homo sapiens)
[1]. Descripting dynamic APA sites in two human breast cancer cell lines MCF7 and MB231, also one cultured normal epithelial cell line MCF10A
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hbc.MCF10A.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hbc.MCF7.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hbc.MB231.polyAsite

[2]. Descripting dynamic APA sites in the nasal polyps and nasal uncinate process mucosa of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps.
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hrn.11N.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hrn.11P.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hrn.25N.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hrn.25P.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hrn.26N.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hrn.26P.polyAsite

[3]. Descripting dynamic APA sites in human normal and tumorous tissues of intestinum rectum.
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hic.12N.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_hic.12T.polyAsite

[4]. Descripting dynamic APA sites in human 22 normal tissues, such as brain, lung, thyroid, spleen, stomach, kidney, cervix, heart, lymphNode, placenta, uterus, bladder, breast, prostate, liver, pancreas, small Intestine, thymus, adipose, skeletal Muscle, ovary and testicle.
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Brain.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.thyroid.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.spleen.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.stomach.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.kidney.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.cervix.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.heart.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.LymphNode.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Placenta.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.lung.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Uterus.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Bladder.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Breast.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Prostate.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Liver.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Pancreas.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.SmallIntestine.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Thymus.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.Adipose.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.SkeletalMuscle.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.ovary.polyAsite
 
homo_sapiens_hg19_polyA_h22tissues.testes.polyAsite

Human
Homo sapiens

2.Datasets generated form mouse samples (Mus musculus)
[1]. Descripting dynamic APA sites in mouse thymopoiesis from E13.5 dpf (days post fertilization) to 90 dpp (days post parturition).
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.E13.5dpf.polyAsite
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.E15.5dpf.polyAsite
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.E18.5dpf.polyAsite
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.2dpp.polyAsite
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.6dpp.polyAsite
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.22dpp.polyAsite
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.45dpp.polyAsite
 
mus_musculus_mm9_polyA_mtd.90dpp.polyAsite

Mouse
Mus musculus

1.Datasets generated form zebrafish samples (Danio rerio)  
[1]. Descripting dynamic APA sites during zebrafish embryonic development from 0 hpf (hours post fertilization) to 96 hpf.
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.0hpf.polyAsite
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.4hpf.polyAsite
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.6hpf.polyAsite
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.12hpf.polyAsite
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.24hpf.polyAsite
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.48hpf.polyAsite
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.72hpf.polyAsite
 
danio_rerio_zv9_polyA_zed.96hpf.polyAsite

Zebrafish
Danio rerio

4.Datasets generated form lancelet samples (Branchiostoma belcheri)
[1]. Comparing APA sites used in lancelet normal and Vibrio anguillarum-infected intestine.
 
B.belcheri_v7h2_polyA_normal-intestine.polyAsite
 
B.belcheri_v7h2_polyA_Vibrio-anguillarum-infected-intestine.polyAsite

Lancelet
Branchiostoma belcheri


Citation:
(Leiming You, et al. Nucleic Acids Res. 2015, 43: D59-D67) APASdb: a database describing alternative poly(A) sites and selection of heterogeneous cleavage sites downstream of poly(A) signals.

 
May 27, 2016. last modified
 
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