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Melbourne Brain Genome Project

  • Trauma library analysis
  • Comparison of EpiCon and EpiKin libraries [Excel file].
  • Comparison of EpiCon and EpiKin libraries - only data suitable for the microfluidic card. [Excel file]
  • Complete list of GO terms associated to Epilepsy, nocturnal frontal lobe, type 2: obtained from G2D, a database of candidate genes for mapped inherited human diseases.
  • Genes associated with epilepsy, from the Rat Genome Database.

    Fluidics for cortex

  • Anterior vs. Posterior [Excel file].
  • Left (3 libraries) vs Right (2 libraries) [Excel file]
  • E15 (3 libraries) vs E17.5 (3 libraries) [Excel file]

All cortex comparisons - not normalised

All cortex comparisons - normalised

All cortex comparisons
  • where one tag may match to more than one gene
  • where every match has an ABI assay (as of 15/07/2004)
  • where those matches with the highest p-value have been considered first (taking the first 40 most significant tags in each comparison)

All cortex tags which map uniquely to the mouse genome (Build 33, May 2004). [11/08/2004]
ADNor vs ADmu [22/07/2004] : [Excel file]
Cortex comparisons (updated 10/09/2004|21/09/2004)

All of the cortex comparisons:
e15 vs e17, e15 vs p1, e15 vs 14/18wks, e15 vs adult, e17 vs p1, e17 vs 14/18wks, e17 vs adult, p1 vs 14/18wks, p1 vs adult, 14/18wks vs adult, left vs right, e15ant vs e15post.
This resulted in 135,914 tags (these tags are not unique, as one tag can appear in multiple comparisons).
Sorted into three sections:
Part 1: tags with gene_id annotation (e.g. gene/mRNA/EST). (Excel spreadsheet obtainable here). The ABI Assay Id indicates if it exists on a MBGP microfluidics card or not.
Part 3: tags with no annotation. (Excel spreadsheet obtainable here). The first column is commented (move the mouse over to see the comment).
Part 2: tags with only a genomic position (e.g. data suitable for in situ) (Excel spreadsheet obtainable here). This is data that:
  • has a unique hit on the genome
  • only has genome position annotation
Six additional columns have been added to this spreadsheet: A-F. Each of these columns have comments (moving the mouse over the headers should display the comments). These additional six are designed to aid in highlighting the data, for choosing tags. For example, tags that have both a unique short and long tag position are superior to tags with either a unique short or a unique long position; tags with a high ltag and high stag abundance are preferred, long tags are likely to be of better quality and hence preferable to short tags, tags with the lowest p-values are likely to be preferable, tags which appear once out of all of the comparisons may be of more interest than tags that appear throughout the comparisons. This spreadsheet is designed so that filters can be applied to the headers of columns A-F.

Last modified on the 25th September 2004.
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