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Illumina RNA-Seq

Here we provide links to submitted Illumina RNA-Seq data. Click on the SRX experiment ids to jump to the page within the NCBI's SRA from which you can download that data. Note that multiple SRR run ids may comprise a single SRX id. To get all the data for a given SRX you need to download all the individual SRR ids.

Species Publication Stage/Tissue Platform SRX id
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeverseggIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037419
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversmetacercariaeIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037418
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversmetacercariaeIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037417
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversadultIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037421
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeverseggIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037416
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversadultIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037420
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversmetacercariaeIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1798471
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeverseggIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1798472
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversmetacercariaeIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037423
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversmetacercariaeIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1037422
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversadultIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1798475
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversmetacercariaeIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1798474
Fasciola hepaticaGenomes of Fasciola hepatica from the Americas Reveal Colonization with Neorickettsia Endobacteria Related to the Agents of Potomac Horse and Human Sennetsu FeversmetacercariaeIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1798473
Paragonimus skrjabiniConservation and diversification of the transcriptomes of adult Paragonimus westermani and P. skrjabiniadultIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1507709
Paragonimus westermaniConservation and diversification of the transcriptomes of adult Paragonimus westermani and P. skrjabiniadultIllumina HiSeq 2000SRX1507710

 
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