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Series GSE14275 Query DataSets for GSE14275
Status Public on Jan 08, 2009
Title Expression data for heat shock in rice seedlings
Organism Oryza sativa
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary In this study, we have analyzed the expression profiles of rice genes under control and heat shock conditions using microarray technology to identify the genes differentially expressed.
Keywords: Heat shock
Overall design 14-day-old light-grown rice seedlings grown under controlled conditions and those subjected to heat shock were used for RNA extraction and hybridization on Affymetrix microarrays. Three technical replicates of each sample were used for microarray analysis. For heat shock treatment, the seedlings were kept in a chamber at 42 degree C. The seedlings kept at 28-30 degree C, served as control (Seedling).
Contributor(s) Hu W, Hu G, Han B
Citation Wenhuo Hua, Guocheng Hua, and Bin Hana. 2009. Genome wide survey and expression profiling of heat shock proteins and heat shock factors revealed overlapped and stress specific response under abiotic stresses in rice. Plant Science. 176(4):583-590.
Submission date Jan 04, 2009
Last update date Dec 27, 2017
Contact name Bin Han
Organization name National Center for Gene Research´╝îChinese Academy of Sciences
Street address 500 Cao Bao Road
City Shanghai
ZIP/Postal code 200233
Country China
Platforms (1)
GPL2025 [Rice] Affymetrix Rice Genome Array
Samples (6)
GSM357122 14-day-old seedling, rep 1
GSM357133 14-day-old seedling, rep 2
GSM357134 14-day-old seedling, rep 3
BioProject PRJNA111241

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