IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL SLEEP RELATED GENES FROM LARGE SCALE PHENOTYPING EXPERIMENTS IN MICE

Shreyas Joshi
Humans spend a third of their lives sleeping but very little is known about the physiological and genetic mechanisms controlling sleep. Increased data from sleep phenotyping studies in mouse and other species, genetic crosses, and gene expression databases can all help improve our understanding of the process. Here, we present analysis of our own sleep data from the large-scale phenotyping program at The Jackson Laboratory (JAX), to identify the best gene candidates and phenotype predictors...
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