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DRIP-seq data for Molecular Characterization of ETMRs

This dataset contains DRIP-seq data from 2 patients. DNA–RNA hybrids were extracted from tissue derived from ETMR patient-derived xenograft (PDX) models (BT183) that were treated using topotecan or saline as described previously27. Tumours were subsequently frozen and pelleted using ultracentrifugation. DNA–RNA hybrids were extracted as described previously using the same protocol that is applied for cultured cells21. DNA was extracted using proteinase K followed by phenol–chloroform extraction and ethanol precipitation. Subsequently the DNA was fragmented using the restriction enzymes HindIII, EcoRI, BsrGI, XbaI and SspI (New England Biolabs). Digested DNA was subsequently incubated with the anti-DNA–RNA hybrid anti- body S9.6 (Merck, MABE1095) and immunoprecipitated using agarose beads. Bound DNA–RNA hybrids were eluted and incubated with pro- teinase K and cleaned with an additional phenol–chloroform–ethanol extraction. The DNA was subsequently sonicated and sequenced using a Hiseq 2000 machine with a 50-bp single-read protocol. Each treat- ment condition was performed in duplicate and both RNase H and the input was included as negative controls resulting in 10 Fastq files.

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Studies are experimental investigations of a particular phenomenon, e.g., case-control studies on a particular trait or cancer research projects reporting matching cancer normal genomes from patients.

Study ID Study Title Study Type
EGAS00001003256 Other

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ID File Type Size Located in
EGAF00004043492 fastq.gz 650.4 MB
EGAF00004043493 fastq.gz 657.0 MB
EGAF00004043494 fastq.gz 577.0 MB
EGAF00004043495 fastq.gz 585.2 MB
EGAF00004043496 fastq.gz 500.6 MB
EGAF00004043497 fastq.gz 506.2 MB
EGAF00004043498 fastq.gz 806.8 MB
EGAF00004043499 fastq.gz 813.7 MB
EGAF00004043500 fastq.gz 587.9 MB
EGAF00004043501 fastq.gz 595.9 MB
10 Files (6.3 GB)