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Series GSE80123 Query DataSets for GSE80123
Status Public on Dec 19, 2017
Title microRNA expression profile in whole lung of rat pups at P10 or P21 day of life after a intrauterine growth restriction due to a low protein diet during gestation
Platform organism synthetic construct
Sample organism Rattus norvegicus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The aim of this study was to evaluate whether microRNA profiles during alveolarization are affected by an intrauterine growth restriction after a low protein diet during gestation.
MicroRNA expression were assessed in the lungs of five animals per group at P10 and P21 after birth in a rat model of low protein diet-induced IUGR.
 
Overall design Total RNA was extracted using the Rneasy kit (Qiagen, Courtaboeuf, France), according to the manufacturer’s instructions. The 20 samples were individually hybridized on a miRNA-4_0 chips. Microarray hybridization on miRNA 4.0 chips (Affymetrix) was conducted at the genomic platform of the Institut Cochin, Paris.
 
Contributor(s) Zana-Taïeb E, Méhats C, Jacques S
Citation(s) 29287116
Submission date Apr 11, 2016
Last update date Mar 20, 2018
Contact name Céline Méhats
E-mail(s) celine.mehats@inserm.fr
Organization name Inserm
Department U1016
Street address 24 rue du Faubourg St jacques
City Paris
ZIP/Postal code 75014
Country France
 
Platforms (1)
GPL19117 [miRNA-4] Affymetrix Multispecies miRNA-4 Array
Samples (20)
GSM2113104 1_LPD_P21
GSM2113105 2_LPD_P21
GSM2113106 3_LPD_P21
Relations
BioProject PRJNA317985

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GSE80123_RAW.tar 14.1 Mb (http)(custom) TAR (of CEL)
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