Data from: Evaluation of TagSeq, a reliable low-cost alternative for RNAseq

Brian K. Lohman, Jesse N. Weber, Daniel Bolnick & Daniel I. Bolnick
RNAseq is a relatively new tool for ecological genetics that offers researchers insight into changes in gene expression in response to a myriad of natural or experimental conditions. However, standard RNAseq methods (e.g., Illumina TruSeq® or NEBNext®) can be cost prohibitive, especially when study designs require large sample sizes. Consequently, RNAseq is often underused as a method, or is applied to small sample sizes that confer poor statistical power. Low cost RNAseq methods could therefore...
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