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Series GSE231557 Query DataSets for GSE231557
Status Public on May 29, 2024
Title Effects of chronic ingestion of soy peptide supplementation on gut microbial composition during juvenile social isolation
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Other
Summary To investigate the effect of soy peptides on gut microial composition during juvenile social isolation, group-house (GH) and social isolation (SI) mice were fed a diet consisting of soy peptides or a control diet for 4 weeks post-weaning.
We then performed microbial community analysis using data obtained from bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequencing in the fecal samples of 4 mice groups (control diet-fed GH, soy peptide-diet fed GH, control diet-fed SI, and soy peptide-diet fed SI mice).
Overall design Microbial composition profiling analysis of 16S rRNA-seq data for control diet-fed GH (GC), soy peptide-diet fed GH (GP), control diet-fed SI (SC), and soy peptide-diet fed SI (SP) mice.
Contributor(s) Tamura H, Narita M
Citation(s) 38773352
Submission date May 03, 2023
Last update date May 29, 2024
Contact name Hideki Tamura
Phone +81-3-5498-5845
Organization name Hoshi University
Street address 2-4-41 Ebara
City Shinagawa-ku
State/province Tokyo
ZIP/Postal code 142-8501
Country Japan
Platforms (1)
GPL16417 Illumina MiSeq (Mus musculus)
Samples (12)
GSM7290739 control diet-fed group-house mouse #1 [GC1]
GSM7290740 control diet-fed group-house mouse #2 [GC2]
GSM7290741 control diet-fed group-house mouse #3 [GC3]
BioProject PRJNA966981

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