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Series GSE34049 Query DataSets for GSE34049
Status Public on Sep 01, 2017
Title Cardiac aldosterone regulated genes in mice with cardiomyocytes targeted mineralocorticoid receptor overexpression (MR-Cardio mice) and their controls (Ctrl mice)
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Inappropriate mineralocorticoid receptor (MR) activation is involved in cardiac diseases. The mechanisms are still unclears. Mice overexpressing MR in cardiomyocytes (MR-Cardio) and their controls (Ctrl) were treated for 7 days with aldosterone and a whole genome microarray analysis was performed.
Overall design Four-group experiment: Control mice (Ctrl), transgenic mice (MR-Cardio), Ctrl mice + aldosterone treatment, MR-Cardio mice + aldosterone treatment. Three comparisons: Ctrl vs MR-Cardio, Ctrl vs Ctrl-Aldo, MR-Cardio vs MR-Cardio-Aldo
Contributor(s) Messaoudi S, Pelloux V
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Submission date Nov 30, 2011
Last update date Nov 01, 2017
Contact name Smail Messaoudi
Phone +1 613 562 5800
Organization name University of Ottawa
Department BMI
Street address 451 smyth road
City Ottawa
State/province Ontario
ZIP/Postal code K1H 8M5
Country Canada
Platforms (1)
GPL11202 Agilent-026655 Whole Mouse Genome Microarray 4x44K v2 (Probe Name version)
Samples (23)
GSM818510 Heart Ctrl no treatment sample 1 (mouse n° 210)
GSM818511 Heart Ctrl no treatment sample 2 (mouse n° 217)
GSM818512 Heart Ctrl no treatment sample 3 (mouse n° 223)
BioProject PRJNA149919

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