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Series GSE2 Query DataSets for GSE2
Status Public on Apr 26, 2001
Title Cerebellar development
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The Affymetrix GeneChip Mu11K was used to analyze the gene expression profile in developing mouse cerebellum (two GeneChips per E18, P7, P14, P21, and P56) to assist in the understanding of the genetic basis of cerebellar development in mice.
The analysis showed 81.6% (10,321/12,654) of the genes represented on the GeneChip were expressed in the postnatal cerebellum, and among those, 8.7% (897/10,321) were differentially expressed with more than a two-fold change in their maximum and minimum expression levels during the developmental time course.
The expression data (mean signal in relative unit) of all of these 897 differentially expressed genes were listed in GSM50(for E18), GSM51(for P7), GSM52(for P14), GSM53(for P21), and GSM54(for P56) as well as our homepage at http://www.brain.riken.go.jp/labs/lm
Keywords = mouse cerebellum development
Keywords: time-course
 
 
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Submission date Apr 19, 2001
Last update date Jul 26, 2013
Contact name Yoshihiro Kagami
E-mail ykagami@brain.riken.go.jp
Phone +81-48-467-6079
Fax +81-48-467-6079
URL http://www.brain.riken.go.jp/labs/lmn
Organization name RIKEN Brain Science Institute
Department
Lab Molecular Neurogenesis
Street address 2-1 Hirosawa
City Wako-shi
State/province Saitama
ZIP/Postal code 351-0198
Country Japan
 
Platforms (1)
GPL8 Cerebellargenexp
Samples (5)
GSM50 cerebellargenexpdata_E18
GSM51 cerebellargenexpdata_P07
GSM52 cerebellargenexpdata_P14
Relations
BioProject PRJNA84547

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