|Chicken E3 embryo|
|Chicken E3 aorta|
|Chicken E3 anterior slice|
|Zebrafish 40 hpf whole embryo|
|Zebrafish 28 hpf trunk|
|Mouse E10.5 slice|
|Human 35-day slice|
RNA tomography sequencing (tomo-seq) combines cryosectioning and low input RNA sequencing techniques. Transcriptome wide gene expression maps were created to provide information about any gene expressed along a pre-determined axis of multi-species embryos isolated at precise time points of development. We applied the tomo-seq method on:
We generated high-resolution anterior to posterior and/or dorsal to ventral gene expression maps (Yvernogeau et al., submitted). Here, we provide these gene expression maps to the community for open exploration.
The gene expression maps can be explored by entering a gene name, a species type, a developmental time point and/or a sample type, which provides information on:
Reference: Yvernogeau, L., Morin-Poulard, I., Klaus, A., Maas, J., Schulte-Merker, S., Berezikov, E., Junker, J.P., and Robin, C. Multi-species tomo-sequencing identifies new major hematopoietic stem cell regulators in the microenvironment of the embryonic aorta. Submitted.