Last updated on 2023-01-30T00:09:57+00:00 by LN Anderson
West Nile Virus Experiment WLN002
The purpose of this experiment was to evaluate the host response to wild-type West Nile virus infectious clone (WNV-NY99 clone 382) and mutant (WNV-NY99 382 E218A 2 nt) virus infection. Sample data was obtained from mouse popliteal draining lymph nodes for mRNA and miRNA expression analysis. See Experiment WLN003 for corresponding Multi-Omics analysis.
Secondary host-associated viral dataset downloads contain one or more statistically processed (normalization data transformation) quantitative dataset collections resulting in qualitative expression analyses of primary host-pathogen experimental study designs. Transcriptomics dataset downloads have a direct relationship to a primary sample submission corresponding to a specific West Nile virus infection.
Accessible Digital Data Downloads
- Expression profiling by array (mRNA)
- Non-coding RNA profiling by array (miRNA)
Anderson, Lindsey N, Eisfeld, Amie J, Waters, Katrina M, and Modeling Host Responses to Understand Severe Human Virus Infections Program Project. Omics-Lethal Human Viruses, West Nile Experiment WLN002. United States. 2021. PNNL DataHub (Web). DOI: 10.25584/LHVWLN002/1661960
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Acknowledgment of Federal Funding
The data described here was funded in whole or in part by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, of the National Institutes of Health under award number U19AI106772 and is a contribution of the "Modeling Host Responses to Understand Severe Human Virus Infections" Project at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Data generated by the Omics-LHV Core for proteomics, metabolomics, and lipidomics analyses for were performed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, a national scientific user facility sponsored by the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office, operating under the Battelle Memorial Institute for the DOE under contract number DE-AC05-76RLO1830.
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