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Accession: PRJNA125851 ID: 125851

Comparative genomics matches mutations and cells to generate faithful ependymoma models

Genomic technologies have unmasked molecularly distinct subgroups among tumors of the same histological type; but understanding the biologic basis of these subgroups has proved difficult since their defining alterations are often numerous, and the cellular origins of most cancers remain unknown. More...
Project Data Type:Transcriptome or Gene expression
Attributes:Scope: Multispecies; Material: Transcriptome; Capture: Whole; Method type: Array
Other Accessions:GEO:GSE21687
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GEO DataSets1
GEO Data Details
Data volume, Spots13248553
Data volume, Processed Mbytes209
Data volume, Supplementary Mbytes1238
  • Wani K et al., "A prognostic gene expression signature in infratentorial ependymoma.", Acta Neuropathol, 2012 Feb 10;123(5):727-38
  • Johnson RA et al., "Cross-species genomics matches driver mutations and cell compartments to model ependymoma.", Nature, 2010 Jul 18;466(7306):632-6
Registration date: 19-Jul-2010
Developmental Neurobiology, St Jude Children's Research Hospital

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