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General information about the entry
Dataset code GSE2054
Dataset Title Quantitative microarray profiling of alternative splicing in mouse tissues
Description We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004).
Organism Mus musculus
Format Type Basic_Ratio
Oligoarray;GPL1738
Number of Experiments 10
Maximum log ratio 3.11355048841579
Minimum log ratio -14.7436820803167
References
Original URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/geo/query/acc.cgi?acc=GSE2054
MEDLINE Reference Not available
Experiments
Experiment numberExperiment CodeExperiment Description
1GSE2054_GSM37403CD1 strain brain;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in diverse mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
2GSE2054_GSM37452CD1 strain heart;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
3GSE2054_GSM37453CD1 strain intestine;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
4GSE2054_GSM37454CD1 strain kidney;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
5GSE2054_GSM37455CD1 strain liver;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform;Lot batch = ";
6GSE2054_GSM37456CD1 strain lung;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
7GSE2054_GSM37457CD1 strain muscle;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
8GSE2054_GSM37458CD1 strain salivary;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
9GSE2054_GSM37459CD1 strain spleen;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
10GSE2054_GSM37460CD1 strain testis;We describe the application of a new microarray platform, which combines information from exon body and splice-junction probes, to analyze the regulation of 3126 alternative splicing events in ten mouse tissues. The details of the methods and algorithms are described in this paper: Revealing global regulatory features of mammalian alternative splicing using a quantitative microarray platform (Molecular Cell, Dec., 2004);Keywords = A new quantitative alternative splicing microarray platform";
Last update March 2014