De novo characterization of the antler tip of Chinese Sika deer transcriptome and analysis of gene expression related to rapid growth

@article{Yao2011DeNC,
  title={De novo characterization of the antler tip of Chinese Sika deer transcriptome and analysis of gene expression related to rapid growth},
  author={Baojin Yao and Yu Zhao and Qun Wang and Mei Zhang and Meichen Liu and Hailong Liu and Juan Li},
  journal={Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={364},
  pages={93-100}
}
Deer antlers are well known for their regeneration and rapid growth. However, little is known about the genes that are involved in their development, especially the molecular mechanisms responsible for rapid growth. In the present study, we produced more than 41 million sequencing reads using the Illumina sequencing platform. These reads were assembled into 89,001 unique sequences (mean size: 450 bp), representing more than 58 times as many Sika deer sequences previously available in the NCBI… CONTINUE READING
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