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Series GSE6196 Query DataSets for GSE6196
Status Public on Mar 21, 2009
Title Mouse Reissner's Membrane Gene Expression studies
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The goal was to screen for the expressed genes in Reissner's membrane (RM) that are related to ion transport and its regulation. The objectives were 1) to determine whether short-term incubation altered the transcriptome and 2 ) to discover which genes changed expression levels in response to glucocorticoids.
Keywords: drug response
Overall design RM was dissected free-hand from mouse cochleae and either immediately subjected to RNA extraction or incubated for 24 as explants. Two series of samples were incubated in the presence or absence of dexamethasone (100 nM) and samples of RM were pooled to obtain sufficient material for gene array analysis. The pooled samples were used to hybridize 3 gene array chips for each biological sample.
Contributor(s) Marcus DC, Raveendran NN, Wu T
Citation(s) 19144862, 23537040, 20226170
Submission date Oct 30, 2006
Last update date Sep 24, 2019
Contact name Daniel Marcus
Phone 785-532-4532
Organization name Kansas State University
Department Anatomy & Physiology
Lab Cellular Biophysics lab
Street address 228 Coles Hall
City Manhattan
State/province KS
ZIP/Postal code 66506
Country USA
Platforms (1)
GPL1261 [Mouse430_2] Affymetrix Mouse Genome 430 2.0 Array
Samples (9)
GSM142988 KSUAP-DM mReissners Membrane Dex24hrA
GSM143022 KSUAP-DM mReissners Membrane Dex24hrB
GSM143023 KSUAP-DM mReissners Membrane Dex24hrC
BioProject PRJNA100681

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