Data from: \"De novo assembled transcriptome of organs involved in reproduction in an endangered endemic Iberian cyprinid fish (Squalius pyrenaicus)\" in Genomic Resources Notes Accepted 1 June 2015 to 31 July 2015

Miguel P. Machado, Joana Pinho, Ana R. Grosso, Manfred Schartl, Maria M. Coelho, C. Vilas, Wolfgang Arthofer, Alexander Rief, Birgit C. Schlick-Steiner, Julia Seeber, Florian M. Steiner, D. Conklin, A. Estonba, J. Langa & I. Montes
Sex determination systems are diverse, especially among fish, and include genetic and/or environmental components. Unexpectedly for such a basic aspect of development, sex determination systems change rapidly during evolution and gonadal fate is not ultimate, being actively maintained lifelong. Here, sequences of expressed genes involved in maintenance of gonad identity and reproduction processes were obtained through transcriptome assembly of the brain-gonadal axis tissues of a freshwater fish inhabiting highly variable environments, the gonochoristic Iberian fish...
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