Records

From Neurobiology.Dev

Below is a list of all experimental records and data. Records typically include a sample ID as well as a link to files for that run. These files are stored on a google drive that will require access in order to download. Some of these files have been compressed to reduce file size and increase the ease of transferring to and from storage. All records here are backed up on the lab drive in their respective project folders as well.

Tip: I have begun to compress these files for long term storage in the cloud and on the lab drive. They can be compressed with the following terminal command (Mac) tar -czf foldername.tar.gz foldername. These can be uncompressed with tar –xf foldername.tar.gz.

It is also noteworthy that you can download from the google drive in R directly using library("googledrive") and drive_download("filename.tar.gz", path = "outputpath/filename.tar.gz", overwrite=TRUE). If no input path is given and you just put "filename.tar.gz" in both fields, it will download to R's current working directory.

M6A G-RAMP

Below is a sortable table for all Nanopore m6A RNA runs conducted in the Lai Lab. These data are also stored on the lab drive in addition to a google drive backup.

Entry Sample ID (Notebook Reference) Reports(s) / Data Protocol Cell Line IDH Status Output Reads Notes Date of Run
15 AQ73LB5139WT124 (LLT-001p96) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol LB5139 WT Okay 32.23k Run using left over prepared library from the previous two entries, frozen at -20ºC and thawed twice. The flow cell was below warranty. Pore decay and pore occupancy were optimal for a below warranty flow cell. 1/27/24
14 AQ61LB5139WT124 (LLT-001p96) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol LB5139 WT Okay 45.42k Run using left over prepared library from the previous entry, frozen at -20ºC and thawed the next day. The flow cell used was one near below warranty (~52 pores available at the start). Pore decay and pore occupancy were optimal. 1/24/24
13 AQ97LB5139WT124 (LLT-001p96) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol LB5139 WT Good 102.68k First run with patient tissue. Patient was a GBM grade IV. Starting material was a 60 mg piece of tumor that was run through a trizol total RNA extraction protocol, followed by mRNA purification using the direct mRNA kit. RNA was exceptionally pure. 1/23/24
12 AP56HK217W124 (LLT-001p91) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol HK217 WT Okay 44.38k Used the mRNA extracted from the previous run, so it was a few days old and had been freeze/thawed. I spiked in m6A positive and negative controls (0.5 μL each) and 9 μL of the mRNA extract that was around 225 ng total. Pore decay was a tad faster; I eluted in 13 μL at the end to try to improve throughput from entry 11. No real improvement. Input mRNA should be 330 ng always. 1/11/24
11 AQ43HK217W124 (LLT-001p90) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol HK217 WT Okay 42.2k This was freshly extracted mRNA, no rRNA cleanup step. Input mRNA was ~25 ng/μL, for about 225 ng total loaded in 9 μL. Pore decay was slow, the Flongle was just underloaded. 1/10/24
10 AQ45U8W1123 (LLT-001p87) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol U87 WT Good 81k This was freshly extracted mRNA, no rRNA cleanup step. Differences in this run: mRNA input was checked for 2.0 or greater ratio in 260/230 and 260/280 regions. mRNA input was the full 9 μL, for around 333 ng of mRNA total. I also turned the pellet fast during ethanol wash, pipetted instead of flicked the tube, and eluted twice. These changes were added to the protocol. 11/09/23
9 FC14U8W723 (LLT-001p71-72) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol U87 WT Good 56k This was a test run using stored U87 cell RNA that had been purified for mRNA prior to the run. This run generated a decent output. 07/14/23
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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol HK217 WT Okay - This was a control run, which mostly contained synthetic RNA oligos containing Gluc/Cluc and m6A modifications. Run on a flongle flow cell. HK217 IDH-WT spiked in as a control. 06/14/23
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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol HK217 WT Poor - This was the first attempt at a control run, which mostly contained synthetic RNA oligos containing Gluc/Cluc and m6A modifications. Run on a flongle flow cell. HK217 IDH-WT spiked in as a control. 06/02/23
6 FC04HKW323 (LLT-001p24-25) Cicon fast5.png

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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol HK217 WT Good 57k This run was a decent run using a Flongle Flow Cell and a gliomasphere cell line. 03/16/23
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Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol U87 WT Good - This was the vector control U87 re-run by Terry Prins and Sean Pianka. This run yielded a good throughput. 12/20/21
4 FQ15U8W921 Cicon fast5.png Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol U87 WT Poor - This is a vector control U87 sample run by Bryan Kevan and Sean Pianka. This run yielded a very low amount of reads before failing. 09/17/21
3 FO96U8W521 Cicon fast5.png Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol U87 WT Poor - This is a vector control U87 sample run by Bryan Kevan and Sean Pianka. This run did not yield an optimal amount of reads. 05/05/21
2 FM31U8M720 Cicon fast5.png Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol U87 Mut Good - This sample was a U87 sample run by Bryan Kevan and Sean Pianka. 07/15/20
1 FM68U8W720 Cicon fast5.png Nanopore RNA Sequencing Protocol U87 WT Poor - This is a vector control U87 sample run by Bryan Kevan and Sean Pianka. This run did not yield an optimal amount of reads. 07/14/20