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Multi-omics profiling of single nuclei from frozen archived postmortem human pituitary tissue

Publication Date Jun 1, 2022

Abstract

Concomitant profiling of transcriptome and chromatin accessibility in isolated nuclei can reveal gene regulatory control mechanisms in health and disease. We report a single nucleus multi-omics analysis protocol optimized for frozen archived postmortem human pituitaries that is also effective for frozen ovine and murine pituitaries and human skeletal muscle biopsies. Its main advantages are that (1) it is not limited to fresh tissue, (2) it avoids tissue dissociation-induced transcriptional changes, and (3) it includes a novel, automated quality control pipeline. For complete details on the use and execution of this protocol, please refer to Ruf-Zamojski etal. (2021) and Zhang etal. (2022).

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Human Skeletal Muscle Biopsies Zhang Etal Profiling Of Chromatin Accessibility Single Nuclei Chromatin Accessibility Transcriptional Changes Human Muscle Biopsies Postmortem Human Tissue Gene Regulatory Mechanisms Single Protocol

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