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SRX14954073: GSM6053255: 00077E988C; Rattus norvegicus; RNA-Seq
2 ILLUMINA (Illumina NovaSeq 6000) runs: 76.4M spots, 22.9G bases, 7.1Gb downloads

External Id: GSM6053255_r1
Submitted by: Palmer Lab, Psychiatry, UC San Diego
Study: Genome-wide association study finds multiple loci associated with intraocular pressure in HS rats
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Elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) is influenced by environmental and genetic factors. It is associated with 23 multiple disease processes with primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) being the most prevalent. Due to its 24 complex, multifactorial nature, genetic predisposition is not completely understood thus, there is an urgent 25 need for additional investigations into the genetic regulation of IOP. Heterogenous stock (HS) outbred rats are 26 a multigenerational outbred population derived from eight inbred strains that have been fully sequenced. This 27 population is ideal for genome-wide association studies (GWAS) due to the accumulated recombinations 28 among well-defined haplotypes, the relatively high allele frequencies, access to a large collection of tissue 29 samples, and the large allelic effect size compared to human studies. The purpose of this study was to identify 30 genetic loci underlying elevated IOP using HS rats. Both male and female HS rats (N=1,812) were used in the 31 study. Genotyping-by-sequencing was used to obtain ~3.5M single nucleotide polymorphisms from each 32 individual. We performed a GWAS for the IOP phenotype using a linear mixed model and used permutation to 33 determine a genome-wide significance threshold. We also estimated SNP heritabilities. Our GWAS results 34 identified three genome-wide significant loci for elevated IOP on chromosomes 1, 5, and 16. These loci 35 contained 7 genes in total including Tyr, Grm5, Ctsc, Rab38, MGC94199, Plekhf2, and Csmd1. We also 36 mapped expression quantitative trait loci (eQTLs) in HS rat eye tissue and discovered a cis-eQTL for Ctsc 37 among our significant loci. Tyr is the only gene that has been previously associated with human IOP. This 38 study highlights the efficacy of HS rats for investigating the genetics of elevated IOP and identifying potential 39 candidate genes for future functional testing. In summary, GWAS using HS rats is a powerful method for 40 identifying genome regions that harbor variants responsible for the variation in quantitative traits, such as IOP. 41 Additional studies are ongoing to further narrow the list of candidate genes in these intervals. Overall design: mRNA profiles from the eye tissue of 53 HS rats
Sample: 00077E988C
SAMN27723896 • SRS12704233 • All experiments • All runs
Library:
Name: GSM6053255
Instrument: Illumina NovaSeq 6000
Strategy: RNA-Seq
Source: TRANSCRIPTOMIC
Selection: cDNA
Layout: PAIRED
Construction protocol: Whole eyes from 53 rats (one eye per rat) were frozen immediately after the rat was killed and stored at -80°C until RNA could be extracted. During RNA extraction, eyes were first thawed to room temperature and extraocular muscles were carefully removed. RNA was extracted using the Qiagen RNeasy Midi kit following the manufacturer's instructions. Libraries were constructed for sequencing using Illumina NovaSeq instrument by Novogen, Inc using standard protocols for generating 150 bp paired-end reads.
Runs: 2 runs, 76.4M spots, 22.9G bases, 7.1Gb
Run# of Spots# of BasesSizePublished
SRR1885622335,452,06610.6G3.3Gb2022-04-25
SRR1885622440,936,76212.3G3.8Gb2022-04-25

ID:
21407665

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