Accession PRJCA000910
Title Somatic Mutation of Normal Intestinal Crypt
Relevance Evolution
Data Types Whole genome sequencing
Variation
Organisms Homo sapiens
Description We cultured organoids from single crypts collected from human small intestine (SmI) and colon (CO). Note that a crypt of either tissue is usually assumed to be the unit of evolution, within which competitions between cells happen. In that case, the size of the stem cell population in a crypt (N) would determine the efficacy of selection. An added benefit of whole-crypt cloning is that DNA sequences so obtained could provide some information on the effective size of the stem cell population in a crypt which will be important for determining the efficacy of selection. The results suggest that cancer risk may in fact depend primarily on the efficacy of natural selection, as illustrated by the >50 fold difference in cancer risk between the small intestine and the colon.
Sample scope Monoisolate
Release date 2018-09-30
Biomaterial provider Department of Pathology, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Submitter Zongkun    Shi  (shizongkun@gmail.com)
Organization Sun Yat-sen University
Submission date 2018-06-14

Project Data

Resource name Description
BioSample (6) -
SAMC043772 Small Intestine Crypt 2
SAMC043771 Small Intestine Crypt 1
SAMC043770 Distal Colon Crypt 2
SAMC043627 Distal Colon Crypt 1
SAMC043626 Ascending Colon Crypt 2
SAMC043625 Ascending Colon Crypt 1
GSA (1) -
CRA000975 Normal crypts of CO and SI