Mouse lemur transcriptome reference at single cell resolution.


Microcebus murinus

The Mouse Lemur, a Genetic Model Organism for Primate Biology, Behavior, Health, and Conservation (Ezran et al., 2017)

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Atlas Manuscripts

Tabula Microcebus: A transcriptomic cell atlas of mouse lemur, an emerging primate model organism

The Tabula Microcebus Consortium, 2021

Mouse lemur transcriptomic atlas elucidates primate genes, physiology, disease, and evolution

The Tabula Microcebus Consortium, 2022

Fibrous osteodystrophy, chronic renal disease, and uterine adenocarcinoma in aged gray mouse lemurs.

Casey et al., 2021

An organism-wide atlas of hormonal signaling based on the mouse lemur single-cell transcriptome

Liu et al., 2021

Organism-wide mapping of MHC class I and II expression in mouse lemur cells and tissues

Guethlein et al., 2022

In vivo self-renewal and expansion of quiescent stem cells from a non-human primate

de Morrée et al.

Bioinformatic Methods Developed Using the Lemur Atlas Data

FIRM: Flexible integration of single-cell RNA-sequencing data for large-scale multi-tissue cell atlas datasets

Ming et al., 2022

Adversarial domain translation networks for integrating large-scale atlas-level single-cell datasets

Zhao et al., 2022

Uncovering transcriptional dark matter via gene annotation independent single-cell RNA sequencing analysis

Wang et al., 2021

Specific splice junction detection in single cells with SICILIAN

Dehghannasiri et al., 2021

RNA splicing programs define tissue compartments and cell types at single-cell resolution

Olivieri et al., 2021

Mapping single-cell atlases throughout metazoa unravels cell type evolution

Tarashansky et al., 2021

Leveraging the cell ontology to classify unseen cell types

Wang et al., 2021

A statistical reference-free genomic algorithm subsumes common workflows and enables novel discovery

Chaung et al., 2022