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Series GSE3791 Query DataSets for GSE3791
Status Public on Dec 09, 2005
Title Gene Expression Comparison of First Passage vs. Primary Human and Mouse Retinal Sphere Cells
Organisms Homo sapiens; Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The pigmented portion of ciliary epithelium in the adult mammalian eye harbors mitotically quiescent retinal sphere cells, which are capable of self-renewal and differentiating into retinal neurons when assayed in vitro; however, very little is known about the molecular mechanism controlling the proliferation and differentiation of these adult retinal stem cells or their molecular resemblance to mutipotent stem/progenitor cells during early eye development. This experiment studies the gene expression of first passage and primary human and mouse retinal sphere cells.
Keywords: other
Overall design this experiment include 4 samples and 12 replicates
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Citation(s) 19284540
Submission date Dec 08, 2005
Last update date Jan 08, 2019
Organization Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Phone (613) 737-8899 -73255
Department Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Lab Ottawa Bioinformatics Core Facility
Street address 501 Smyth Rd.
City Ottawa
State/province ON
ZIP/Postal code K1H 8L6
Country Canada
Platforms (4)
GPL96 [HG-U133A] Affymetrix Human Genome U133A Array
GPL97 [HG-U133B] Affymetrix Human Genome U133B Array
GPL339 [MOE430A] Affymetrix Mouse Expression 430A Array
Samples (12)
GSM87191 Human retinal sphere RNA-1, chip HG-U133A
GSM87192 Human retinal sphere RNA-1, chip HG-U133B
GSM87193 Human retinal sphere RNA-2, chip HG-U133A
BioProject PRJNA93989

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GSE3791_RAW.tar 37.3 Mb (http)(custom) TAR (of CEL, EXP)

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