How do you find two genes exclusively expressed in a given tissue / cell type?
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Brad • 0

The title pretty much says it all.

For something like a split-cre system, I'm looking to find two genes that are expressed in a given tissue and nowhere else.

Any idea what tools / databases would be best at that? (A decent search result knowing it's not expressed anywhere else)

This would be for a mouse model.

Thanks!

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Great resource! Thanks for sharing. Does anyone know of anything similar for mice? (Apologies -- I'll correct my initial question to clarify that.)

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For mice, recount3 might be useful for rna-seq counts. There are others with more data and species.

https://rna.recount.bio/docs/

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