Supplementary Materials

The forebrain synaptic transcriptome is organized by clocks but its proteome is driven by sleep

Sara B. Noya, David Colameo, Franziska BrĂ¼ning, Andrea Spinnler, Dennis Mircsof, Lennart Opitz, Matthias Mann, Shiva Tyagarajan, Maria S. Robles, Steven A. Brown

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Table S1
Expressed mRNAs in synaptoneurosomes.
Table S2
Transcriptome from synaptoneurosomes in Base Line.
Table S3
Transcriptome from Forebrain in Base Line.
Table S4
GO annotations of the cycling transcriptome in Base Line.
Table S5
Transcriptome from synaptoneurosomes in Base Line and Sleep Deprivation.
Table S6
GO annotations of the cycling transcriptome in Base Line and Sleep Deprivation.
Table S7
Proteome from synaptoneurosomes and forebrain in Base Line.
Table S8
GO annotations of cycling proteome with cycling transcriptome in Base Line.
Table S9
Cycling synaptoneurosome proteins in Base Line with Sleep Deprivation values.