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Sample GSM17066 Query DataSets for GSM17066
Status Public on Feb 21, 2004
Title Human myometrial cells stably-transfected with the CREM tau2alpha gene, replicate 3
Sample type RNA
Source name human myometrium
Organism Homo sapiens
Extracted molecule total RNA
Description Human myometrial cells taken from biopsies of pre-menopausal non-cancerous non-pregnant uteri were cultured in complete MEM D-valine medium plus 10% FCS, and stably-transfected with the pcDNA3.1/V5-His TOPO vector (Invitrogen) harbouring the CREM tau2alpha gene. Total RNA was extracted using TRI-reagent (Sigma) and RNeasy columns (Qiagen), and 10 ug used in target preparation for array hybridization.
Submission date Feb 19, 2004
Last update date May 28, 2005
Contact name Jarrod Bailey
Phone (+44) 191 2228748
Fax (+44) 191 2225066
Organization name University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Department School of Surgical and Reproductive Sciences
Street address Leech Building, Medical School
City Newcastle upon Tyne
State/province Tyne and Wear
ZIP/Postal code NE2 4HH
Country United Kingdom
Platform ID GPL96
Series (1)
GSE1059 Myometrial cells expressing CREB, CREM alpha, CREM tau2alpha, ATF2 or the ATF2-small gene

Data table header descriptions
VALUE Scaled signal intensity data
ABS_CALL Absolute detection call

Data table
AFFX-BioB-5_at 122.7 P
AFFX-BioB-M_at 172.7 P
AFFX-BioB-3_at 104.4 P
AFFX-BioC-5_at 404.1 P
AFFX-BioC-3_at 273.5 P
AFFX-BioDn-5_at 390.9 P
AFFX-BioDn-3_at 2176.2 P
AFFX-CreX-5_at 3805.7 P
AFFX-CreX-3_at 5478.8 P
AFFX-DapX-5_at 8.5 A
AFFX-DapX-M_at 11.1 A
AFFX-DapX-3_at 2.8 A
AFFX-LysX-5_at 8.1 A
AFFX-LysX-M_at 23.6 A
AFFX-LysX-3_at 9.6 A
AFFX-PheX-5_at 2.2 A
AFFX-PheX-M_at 2 A
AFFX-PheX-3_at 23.1 A
AFFX-ThrX-5_at 2.4 A
AFFX-ThrX-M_at 12.9 A

Total number of rows: 22283

Table truncated, full table size 392 Kbytes.

Supplementary data files not provided

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