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Series GSE152756 Query DataSets for GSE152756
Status Public on Mar 10, 2021
Title Identification of the target genes of androgen in skeletal muscle using myofiber specific ARKO female mice
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary Androgens have a strong effect against skeletal muscles to increase muscle mass and strength. However, a molecular mechanism of AR action on muscle strength is not clear. To identify the target genes of AR in skeletal muscle, we generated myofiber specific ARKO using HSA-Cre and AR flox mice (cARKO). Nine-week-old female control and cARKO mice were treated with or without DHT for 4 weeks. After euthenization, gastrocunemius muscle were collected and total RNA were extracted.
Overall design mRNA profiles of gastrocunemius muscle obtained from control and cARKO mice treated with or without DHT for 4 weeks were generated by sequencing, in triplicates, using Illumina Myseq.
Contributor(s) Imai Y, Sakakibara I
Citation(s) 33870126
Submission date Jun 18, 2020
Last update date May 25, 2021
Contact name Yuuki Imai
Phone +81-89-960-5925
Organization name Ehime University
Department Proteo-Science Center
Lab Division of Integrative Pathophysiology
Street address Shitsukawa
City Toon
State/province Ehime
ZIP/Postal code 791-0295
Country Japan
Platforms (1)
GPL16417 Illumina MiSeq (Mus musculus)
Samples (12)
GSM4625804 Control_Sham_rep1
GSM4625805 Control_Sham_rep2
GSM4625806 Control_Sham_rep3
BioProject PRJNA640347
SRA SRP267840

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