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Series GSE112272 Query DataSets for GSE112272
Status Public on Mar 24, 2018
Title Development of gene expression signatures during fasting and refeeding (compensatory growth) for zebrafish liver
Organism Danio rerio
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Here, we certified zebrafish to be a suitable model for the compensatory growth study. After a 3-weeks fasting, recovered for 3 days, 10 days and 15 days were chose as the initial, middle and late sampling sites for compensatory growth analysis, and liver samples of each time point were chose for the microarray analysis.At the same time, zebrafish fed ad libitum, as well as fasting for 3 weeks were also added to the microarray research.
Overall design Fasting and refeeding induced gene expression in zebrafish liver was measured when zebrafish were fasted for 3 weeks, and then refed for 3 days, 10 days and 15 days. The control group (continiously fed) have 4 samples, while the other time point have 3 samples.
Contributor(s) Li W, Sun C, Jia J
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Submission date Mar 23, 2018
Last update date Mar 25, 2018
Contact name jirong jia
Organization name Sun Yat-sen university
Street address No.135 Xingang West Road
City Guangzhou
ZIP/Postal code 510006
Country China
Platforms (1)
GPL14664 Agilent-026437 D. rerio (Zebrafish) Oligo Microarray V3 (Probe Name version)
Samples (16)
GSM3064825 liver-control-rep 1
GSM3064826 liver-control-rep 2
GSM3064827 liver-control-rep 3
BioProject PRJNA445444

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