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Platform GPL94 Query DataSets for GPL94
Status Public on Mar 11, 2002
Title [HG_U95D] Affymetrix Human Genome U95D Array
Technology type in situ oligonucleotide
Distribution commercial
Organism Homo sapiens
Manufacturer Affymetrix
Manufacture protocol see manufacturer's web site
 
Description Affymetrix submissions are typically submitted to GEO using the GEOarchive method described at http://0-www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov.brum.beds.ac.uk/projects/geo/info/geo_affy.html

The Human Genome U95 (HG-U95) Set, consisting of five GeneChip arrays, contains almost 63,000 probe sets interrogating approximately 54,000 clusters derived from the UniGene database (Build 95).
Based on this build and associated annotations, the HG-U95Av2 Array represents approximately 10,000 full-length genes, while arrays B through E represent approximately 50,000 EST clusters.

Keywords = high density oligonucleotide array
 
Web link http://www.affymetrix.com/support/technical/byproduct.affx?product=hgu95
http://www.affymetrix.com/analysis/index.affx
Submission date Feb 19, 2002
Last update date Jun 03, 2009
Organization Affymetrix, Inc.
E-mail(s) geo@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, support@affymetrix.com
Phone 888-362-2447
URL http://www.affymetrix.com/index.affx
Street address
City Santa Clara
State/province CA
ZIP/Postal code 95051
Country USA
 
Samples (194) GSM1342, GSM4234, GSM4239, GSM4398, GSM4403, GSM11744 
Series (8)
GSE465 Expression profiling in the muscular dystrophies
GSE762 CCFAlmasan_CaP1
GSE803 GeneNote-Gene Normal tissue Expression

Data table header descriptions
ID Affymetrix Probe Set ID
GB_ACC GenBank Accession Number
SPOT_ID identifies controls
Species Scientific Name The genus and species of the organism represented by the probe set.
Annotation Date The date that the annotations for this probe array were last updated. It will generally be earlier than the date when the annotations were posted on the Affymetrix web site.
Sequence Type
Sequence Source The database from which the sequence used to design this probe set was taken.
Target Description
Representative Public ID The accession number of a representative sequence. Note that for consensus-based probe sets, the representative sequence is only one of several sequences (sequence sub-clusters) used to build the consensus sequence and it is not directly used to derive the probe sequences. The representative sequence is chosen during array design as a sequence that is best associated with the transcribed region being interrogated by the probe set. Refer to the "Sequence Source" field to determine the database used.
Gene Title Title of Gene represented by the probe set.
Gene Symbol A gene symbol, when one is available (from UniGene).
ENTREZ_GENE_ID Entrez Gene Database UID
RefSeq Transcript ID References to multiple sequences in RefSeq. The field contains the ID and Description for each entry, and there can be multiple entries per ProbeSet.
Gene Ontology Biological Process Gene Ontology Consortium Biological Process derived from LocusLink. Each annotation consists of three parts: "Accession Number // Description // Evidence". The description corresponds directly to the GO ID. The evidence can be "direct", or "extended".
Gene Ontology Cellular Component Gene Ontology Consortium Cellular Component derived from LocusLink. Each annotation consists of three parts: "Accession Number // Description // Evidence". The description corresponds directly to the GO ID. The evidence can be "direct", or "extended".
Gene Ontology Molecular Function Gene Ontology Consortium Molecular Function derived from LocusLink. Each annotation consists of three parts: "Accession Number // Description // Evidence". The description corresponds directly to the GO ID. The evidence can be "direct", or "extended".

Data table
ID GB_ACC SPOT_ID Species Scientific Name Annotation Date Sequence Type Sequence Source Target Description Representative Public ID Gene Title Gene Symbol ENTREZ_GENE_ID RefSeq Transcript ID Gene Ontology Biological Process Gene Ontology Cellular Component Gene Ontology Molecular Function
67020_at AI656643 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI656643:tt53c01.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2244480 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI656643 /gi=4740622 /ug=Hs.156495 /len=494 AI656643
67021_at AI342009 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI342009:qt05e02.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-1946714 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI342009 /gi=4078936 /ug=Hs.156496 /len=488 AI342009
67023_at AI342132 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI342132:qt26c08.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-1949102 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI342132 /gi=4079059 /ug=Hs.156499 /len=414 AI342132
67025_at AI342425 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI342425:qt39b06.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-1950323 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI342425 /gi=4079352 /ug=Hs.156506 /len=382 AI342425
67027_at AA724317 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AA724317:ah99d03.s1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-1327205 /clone_end=3' /gb=AA724317 /gi=2742024 /ug=Hs.156518 /len=336 AA724317
67029_at AI829596 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI829596:wf28g08.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2356958 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI829596 /gi=5450267 /ug=Hs.156530 /len=626 AI829596
67031_at AA931376 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AA931376:oo03d10.s1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-1565107 /clone_end=3' /gb=AA931376 /gi=3085762 /ug=Hs.156542 /len=382 AA931376
67033_at AI963769 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI963769:wr66g10.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2492706 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI963769 /gi=5756482 /ug=Hs.156545 /len=470 AI963769
67034_at AA824316 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AA824316:aj30c04.s1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=1391814 /clone_end=3' /gb=AA824316 /gi=2896386 /ug=Hs.156546 /len=460 AA824316 hypothetical protein LOC100130729 LOC100130729 100130729 XM_001717967 /// XM_001720633 /// XM_001724583
67036_at AI692973 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI692973:wd36e02.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2330234 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI692973 /gi=4970313 /ug=Hs.156564 /len=452 AI692973
67037_at AA834974 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AA834974:aj50a04.s1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-1393710 /clone_end=3' /gb=AA834974 /gi=2908702 /ug=Hs.156566 /len=445 AA834974
67039_g_at AA834974 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AA834974:aj50a04.s1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-1393710 /clone_end=3' /gb=AA834974 /gi=2908702 /ug=Hs.156566 /len=445 AA834974
67041_at AI418565 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI418565:tg37b07.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2110933 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI418565 /gi=4264496 /ug=Hs.156566 /len=443 AI418565
67043_at AI795964 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI795964:wh40g01.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2383248 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI795964 /gi=5361427 /ug=Hs.156593 /len=512 AI795964
67045_r_at AI343144 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI343144:tb02g08.x2 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2052446 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI343144 /gi=4080350 /ug=Hs.156596 /len=461 AI343144
67047_at AI768744 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI768744:wi86c11.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2400212 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI768744 /gi=5235253 /ug=Hs.156600 /len=405 AI768744
67051_r_at AI345851 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI345851:tb86a01.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2061192 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI345851 /gi=4083057 /ug=Hs.156608 /len=171 AI345851
67053_at AI344234 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI344234:tb88e08.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2061446 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI344234 /gi=4081440 /ug=Hs.156612 /len=322 AI344234 FK506 binding protein 7 (FKBP7), transcript variant 2, mRNA FKBP7 51661 NM_001135212 /// NM_181342 0006457 // protein folding // inferred from electronic annotation 0005783 // endoplasmic reticulum // inferred from electronic annotation /// 0005788 // endoplasmic reticulum lumen // inferred from electronic annotation 0003755 // peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase activity // inferred from electronic annotation /// 0005509 // calcium ion binding // inferred from electronic annotation /// 0005515 // protein binding // inferred from electronic annotation /// 0016853 // isomerase activity // inferred from electronic annotation
67054_at AI307799 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI307799:tb28c07.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2055660 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI307799 /gi=4002403 /ug=Hs.156628 /len=593 AI307799 sulfotransferase family, cytosolic, 1C, member 2 SULT1C2 6819 NM_001056 /// NM_176825 0009308 // cellular amine metabolic process // traceable author statement 0005737 // cytoplasm // traceable author statement /// 0005737 // cytoplasm // inferred from electronic annotation /// 0005856 // cytoskeleton // inferred from direct assay 0008146 // sulfotransferase activity // traceable author statement /// 0008146 // sulfotransferase activity // inferred from electronic annotation /// 0016740 // transferase activity // inferred from electronic annotation
67056_at AI345171 Homo sapiens Mar 11, 2009 Consensus sequence GenBank Cluster Incl. AI345171:tb80g12.x1 Homo sapiens cDNA, 3' end /clone=IMAGE-2060710 /clone_end=3' /gb=AI345171 /gi=4082377 /ug=Hs.156633 /len=551 AI345171

Total number of rows: 12644

Table truncated, full table size 6412 Kbytes.






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