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Series GSE10588 Query DataSets for GSE10588
Status Public on Jun 20, 2008
Title Placental gene expression in severe preeclampsia.
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The series is composed of thirty hybridizations for analysis of differentially expressed genes in normal placenta tissues from patients with normal labor and placenta tissues from patients with severe preeclampsia. Patients tissues samples were obtained from (Vasilis. Total RNA extraction was performed by using the MagNa Pure Compact RNA Isolation Kit (Roche Applied Science).
Keywords: Gene expression study, Disease state
Overall design Twenty-six out of 50 normal placentas were randomly selected to match with 17 preeclamptic placentas, accounting for parity. Microarrays were performed applying a direct comparison design.
Contributor(s) Sitras V, Paulssen RH, Grønaas HS, Vårtun A, Ancharya G
Citation(s) 19249095
Submission date Feb 20, 2008
Last update date Jan 27, 2016
Contact name Ruth Hracky Paulssen
Phone +47 77645480
Fax +47 77644650
Organization name Universitetet i Tromsø
Department Institute of Clinical Medicine
Lab Molecular Medical Research
Street address MH-Bygget Breivika
City Tromsø
ZIP/Postal code N-9037
Country Norway
Platforms (1)
GPL2986 ABI Human Genome Survey Microarray Version 2
Samples (43)
GSM225470 Placenta tissue from patient with normal labor, replicate 1 of 26
GSM225471 Placenta tissue from patient with normal labor, replicate 2 of 26
GSM225472 Placenta tissue from patient with normal labor, replicate 3 of 26
BioProject PRJNA107859

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