Single-cell RNA sequencing dissects gene-environment interactions on gene expression and regulation in immune cells.
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This study aims to dissect gene-environment interactions on gene expression and regulation in immune cells using scRNA-seq data from 120 donors being stimulated with 3 pathogens, for 2 different timepoints. More specifically, we identified context- and cell-type-specific eQTLs and co-expression QTLs in PBMCs.
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Here we present the 1M-scBloodNL study, in which we performed single-cell RNA-seq on 120 individuals of the Northern Netherlands population cohort Lifelines. For each individual peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) were sequenced in an unstimulated condition, and after 3 and 24 hour in vitro stimulation with C. albicans (CA), M. tuberculosis (MTB) and P. aeruginosa (PA), totalling approximately 1.3 million cells. scRNA-seq was conducted with the 10X Genomics 3'-end v2 (72 libraries) and ... (Show More)
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