As one of the most ubiquitous animal models in research today, it is no surprise that a large portion of the previous research conducted on sperm-borne RNAs was done with mice. We seek to supplement this existing research by including large and small RNA expression data for both whole sperm and separated sperm heads – this allows one to identify which RNA localize either in the sperm head or the tail and midpiece.
The number of unique genes for each class of large and small RNA are provided in the adjacent table; the relative distributions of each RNA type are also shown.
Mouse gene expression tables can be downloaded in their entirety at the links below, or acquired using SpermBase’s Search feature.
SpermBase was created and is maintained by members of the Yan lab at the University of Nevada, Reno.
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