Supplement: Myotis daubentonii innate immunity by RNA-Seq

Contributors:
  1. Andreas Schoen
  2. Julia Wulle
  3. Marcel A. Müller
  4. Christian Drosten
  5. Manja Marz
  6. Friedemann Weber

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Description: Virus- and interferon alpha-induced transcriptomes of the “microbat” Myotis daubentonii (suborder Yangochiroptera). We stimulated M. daubentonii cells either with a strong IFN inducer virus or with type I IFN. Moreover, we measured global cellular transcription at two different time points and from three biological replicates using Illumina short-read RNA-Seq. Since no reference genome for M. daubentonii is publicly available so far, we used the genome of the closely related “microbat” M. lucifugus as a reference for RNA quantification, normalization, and differential expression analysis. Additionally, we de novo assembled the M. daubentonii transcriptomes using different assembly tools and a clustering approach.

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Data For further information, please contact: (martin dot hoelzer at uni-jena dot de). Here, we provide data accompanying our transcriptomic study of the innate immune response of the "microbat" Myotis daubentonii (suborder Yangochiroptera). We stimulated M. daubentonii cells either with a strong IFN inducer virus (RVFV Clone 13) or with type I IFN and harvested total RNA in triplicates at two tim...

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