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Red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) is an estuarine Sciaenid with high commercial value and recreational demand. During the past 50 years, overfishing has caused declines in the population that resulted in the development of red drum commercial and stock enhancement aquaculture fisheries. Despite the potential high economic value in both wild and aquaculture commercial fisheries the availability of transcriptomic data for red drum in public databases is limited. The data here represents the transcriptome profiles of three tissues: liver, testis and head kidney from red drum. The data was generated using Illumina high-throughput RNA sequencing, Trinity for de novo assembly and Blast2GO for annotation. Six individual libraries were pooled for sequencing of the transcriptome and the raw fastq reads have been deposited in the NCBI-SRA database (accession number SRP11690).
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Data in Brief, v. 22, p. 934-939
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Sherwood, Tracy A.; Main, Kevan L.; and Wetzel, Dana L., "De Novo Assembly and Transcriptome Dataset of Liver, Testis and Head Kidney from Red Drum (Sciaenops ocellatus)" (2019). C-IMAGE Publications. 68.