Metatranscriptomics refers to the study of the function of an entire set of transcripts by RNA-sequencing from environmental samples at a specific time. It tells us about the genes that are highly expressed in a particular microbial environment.
Metatranscriptome sequencing delivers the whole expression profile by randomly sequencing mRNAs and tracks the dynamics of gene expression patterns in microbial communities over time using next-generation sequencing (NGS). This improves our understanding of the structure, function, and adaptive mechanisms of complex communities.
A260/230 ≥ 2.0;
The first step of the project workflow includes sample quality control (Sample QC) to ensure that your samples meet the criteria of the RNA-Seq technique. Then, the appropriate library is prepared according to your target organism and subsequently tested for its quality (Library QC). Next, a paired-end 150 bp sequencing strategy is used to sequence the samples and the resulting data go quality data control (Data QC) to guarantee the quality of the resulting data. Finally, bioinformatic analyses are performed and publication-ready results are provided. The following flowsheet describes the step-by-step protocol.
First report of peach leaf pitting-associated virus (PLPaV), plum bark necrosis stem pitting-associated virus (PBNSPaV), and mume virus A (MuVA) from Mei (Prunusmume) in China
Plant Disease Date: February 2021IF: 3.809DOI: https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-11-20-2521-PDN
First report of Strawberry virus 1 infecting strawberry in China
Plant Disease Date: March 2021 IF: 3.809DOI: https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-01-21-0038-PDN
Unigene: the longest transcript of each cluster from Metatranscriptome assembly.
The figure shows the Unigenes length distribution and the number of Unigenes in different length intervals.
From each sample, 35 dominant genera were selected based on the species annotation results and abundance information followed by clustering depending on the taxonomy information and the inter-sample differences among samples.
In this figure, the Bray-Curtis distance clustering tree structure is on the left side; the relative abundance distribution map of each sample at the phylum level is shown on the right side.
The density distribution map and box plot were used to examine the distribution of gene expression in FPKM under different experimental conditions.
In the FPKM box plot, the x-axis shows the sample names, the y-axis is log10 (FPKM+1), and the box plot for each region has five statistics (from top to bottom are the maximum, the upper quartile, median, lower quartile, and minimum). The graph measures total expression and the differences between samples in terms of discreteness.
Volcano plots are used to infer the overall distribution of differentially expressed genes.
Red, and green show significantly up-, and down-regulated genes, respectively. Blue indicates no significance.
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