RNAseq expression analysis of resistant and susceptible mice after influenza A virus infection identifies novel genes associated with virus replication and important for host resistance to infection.
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Pandey, Ashutosh K
Leist, Sarah Rebecca
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AbstractThe host response to influenza A infections is strongly influenced by host genetic factors. Animal models of genetically diverse mouse strains are well suited to identify host genes involved in severe pathology, viral replication and immune responses. Here, we have utilized a dual RNAseq approach that allowed us to investigate both viral and host gene expression in the same individual mouse after H1N1 infection.
CitationRNAseq expression analysis of resistant and susceptible mice after influenza A virus infection identifies novel genes associated with virus replication and important for host resistance to infection. 2015, 16:655 BMC Genomics
AffiliationHelmholtz Centre for Infection research, Inhoffenstr. 7, D-38124 Braunschweig, Germany.
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