This lab generates high-throughput data on sensory neurons and spinal cord microglia. Here are some of our latest results (see also GSE71136 and GSE62424):

RNA-seq on pure trigeminal neurons compared to pure DRG neurons: click here to download

RNA-seq on spinal cord microglia (Percoll-isolated) after spinal nerve ligation: click here to download

ChIP-seq on spinal cord microglia (H3k4me1) after spinal nerve ligation:

RNA-seq of nociceptive sensory neurons after magnetically activated cell sorting: click here to download

Also check out other researchers' data - an enormous amount of exciting, cell-type specific expression datasets have been generated over the past few years. There are many dedicated websites, some of which are listed in this table:




Astrocyte RNA-Seq Browser

A browser to visualize astrocyte-specific RNA-seq in mice with or without spinal cord injury. No expression level cutoff is provided, so make sure to compare the FPKM level of your favourite gene to one that you know to be absent or lowly expressed

Allen Brain Atlas

A large collection of brain atlases, initially based on in situ data in mouse, but now encompassing human data and data derived from a variety of techniques (e.g. virus injections, transgenic mice, calcium imaging)

Barres Brain RNA-seq

A platform where gene names can be used to search the sequencing data generated by sorting mouse cortical cell types at postnatal day P7 (neurons, astrocytes, endothelial cells, microglia, pericytes) and day 17 (oligodendrocytes)


A gene expression portal collating microarray and annotation data


A heroic initiative designed to decode the entire human haematopoietic epigenome and transcriptome using stringently purified cell types (


RNA-seq of 16 individual human tissues, accessible via a simple gene search function


The Encyclopedia of DNA Elements. Set up in 2003, an initiative designed to map all regulatory and functional elements of the genome. It has generated vast amounts of data available on standard genome browsers and spawned many auxiliary projects, such as Blueprint & PsychENCODE.

Gene Expression Omnibus

The most commonly used data repository for sequencing data


New tools by bioinformaticians for biologists are regularly becoming available and can usually be found most quickly via Google


The website of the Gene-Tissue Expression project, which collects genotype and tissue specific RNA-seq data for the generation of expression quantitative trait loci (eQTLs)

Human Protein Atlas

An atlas of human protein expression based on antibody staining and other evidence such as RNA-seq


A new effort focused on generating cell-type specific maps of regulatory elements using post-mortem tissue from schizophrenic, bipolar and autistic patients. The first set of data were released in January 2016 (!Synapse:syn4921369/wiki/235539), but currently still require slightly more advanced knowledge to access

UCSC genome browser

A great genome browser to visualise raw sequencing data. You can upload the bigwig files of other authors, your own sequencing files or display data provided by ENCODE

Any published dataset should also be accessible on the Gene Expression Omnibus website. This how-to-guide and screenshot video will show you how to get the files - it takes 5 minutes tops!