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Sample GSM1128480 Query DataSets for GSM1128480
Status Public on Jan 06, 2014
Title NT2_2008232.1_1R06C01
Sample type genomic
Source name cervix
Organism Homo sapiens
Characteristics tissue: cervix
Sex: female
disease status: normal
hpv status: negative
Extracted molecule genomic DNA
Extraction protocol DNA was extracted on the BioRobot EZ1 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany)
Label Cy5 and Cy3
Label protocol According to Illumina Infinium Human 450K methylation kit procedures.
Hybridization protocol According to Illumina Infinium Human 450K methylation kit procedures.
Scan protocol iScan scanner was used according to manufacturers protocol.
Description g0
Data processing Normalization control and backgroud subtraction in BeadStudio V2. Beta-value between 0 and 1 generated from unmethylated and methylated signal intensities
Submission date Apr 23, 2013
Last update date Jan 06, 2014
Contact name Sanja A Farkas
Organization name Örebro University hospital
Department Laboratory medicine
Street address Södra rosen grevsgatan
City Örebro
ZIP/Postal code 701 85
Country Sweden
Platform ID GPL13534
Series (1)
GSE46306 Genome-wide DNA methylation in cervical tissue

Data table header descriptions
VALUE Average beta values were arcsine square root transformed.

Data table
cg09182724 0.8236734
cg08255233 0.7754935
cg12256311 0.08501638
cg14094460 0.6004896
cg03956243 0.8590971
cg05910615 0.03547804
ch.5.87268879R 0.1521677
cg03144560 0.1388321
cg18803079 0.8463755
cg24108215 0.8580452
cg08365438 0.8828002
cg08882650 0.09246123
cg02449698 0.6975491
cg22177976 0.6099193
cg15092368 0.7703165
cg22918356 0.7763882
cg22805491 0.746211
cg10651637 0.1819947
cg03837726 0.6798619
cg07213548 0.7853512

Total number of rows: 454213

Table truncated, full table size 9393 Kbytes.

Supplementary data files not provided
Processed data included within Sample table
Processed data are available on Series record

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