Data from: Deep sequencing of the olfactory epithelium reveals specific chemosensory receptors are expressed at sexual maturity in the European eel Anguilla anguilla

Allison M. Churcher, Peter C. Hubbard, João P. Marques, Adelino V. M. Canário & Mar Huertas
Vertebrate genomes encode a diversity of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR) that belong to large gene families and are used by olfactory systems to detect chemical cues found in the environment. It is not clear however, if individual receptors from these large gene families have evolved roles that are specific to certain life stages. Here, we used deep sequencing to identify differentially expressed receptor transcripts in the olfactory epithelia (OE) of freshwater, seawater and sexually mature...
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