Data from: Characterization of a male reproductive transcriptome for Peromyscus eremicus (Cactus mouse)

Lauren L. Kordonowy, Matthew D. MacManes & Michael B. Eisen
Rodents of the genus Peromyscus have become increasingly utilized models for investigations into adaptive biology. This genus is particularly powerful for research linking genetics with adaptive physiology or behaviors, and recent research has capitalized on the unique opportunities afforded by the ecological diversity of these rodents. Well characterized genomic and transcriptomic data is intrinsic to explorations of the genetic architecture responsible for ecological adaptations. Therefore, this study characterizes the transcriptome of three male reproductive tissues...
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