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Accession: PRJNA153193 ID: 153193

Genome-wide analysis of renal gene expression during hyperoxaluria development (Norway rat)

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Previous studies have proposed that production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) is an important contributor to renal injury and inflammation following exposure to oxalate or calcium-oxalate crystals. More...
Project Data Type:Transcriptome or Gene expression
Attributes:Scope: Multiisolate; Material: Transcriptome; Capture: Whole; Method type: Array
Relevance:Model Organism
Other Accessions:GEO:GSE36446
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Data volume, Spots1066848
Data volume, Processed Mbytes27
Data volume, Supplementary Mbytes7
  • Khan SR et al., "Regulation of macromolecular modulators of urinary stone formation by reactive oxygen species: transcriptional study in an animal model of hyperoxaluria.", Am J Physiol Renal Physiol, 2014 Mar 5;306(11):F1285-95
  • Joshi S et al., "Apocynin-treatment reverses hyperoxaluria induced changes in NADPH oxidase system expression in rat kidneys: a transcriptional study.", PLoS One, 2012 Oct 16;7(10):e47738
Registration date: 12-Mar-2012
Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Florida

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