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Series GSE108203 Query DataSets for GSE108203
Status Public on Mar 01, 2018
Title Tumor evolution in the context of castration resistance in prostate cancer
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Genome variation profiling by array
Summary Clinical resection specimens of prostate tissue (radical prostatectomy and TUR-P) over the course of hormone deprivation therapy were flow sorted according to their DNA content (Ploidy) and subjected to aCGH analysis to identify possiple chromosomal abberations which could confer castration resistance.
Overall design 7 Patients where multiple timepoints were avaiable were first flow sorted according to DNA content and then hypridized on Agilent aCGH arrays.
Contributor(s) Federer-Gsponer JR, Quintavalle C, Müller DC, Dietsche T, Perrina V, Lorber T, Juskevicius D, Lenkiewicz E, Zellweger T, Gasser T, Barrett MT, Rentsch CA, Bubendorf L, Ruiz C
Citation(s) 29484655
Submission date Dec 18, 2017
Last update date Jun 08, 2018
Contact name Joël Roman Federer-Gsponer
Organization name University Hospital Basel
Department Department of Pathology
Street address Tangentenweg 34
City Basel
ZIP/Postal code 4058
Country Switzerland
Platforms (3)
GPL4091 Agilent-014693 Human Genome CGH Microarray 244A (Feature number version)
GPL9777 Agilent-021850 SurePrint G3 Human CGH Microarray (Feature Number version)
GPL21857 Agilent-022060 SurePrint G3 Human CGH Microarray 4x180K (Feature Number version, hg19/GRCh37)
Samples (28)
GSM2892247 PatientA_2000_2N
GSM2892248 PatientA_2000_3.7N
GSM2892249 PatientA_2008_2N
BioProject PRJNA422863

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