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Series GSE4301 Query DataSets for GSE4301
Status Public on Feb 25, 2006
Title Diverse and specific gene expression responses to stresses in cultured human cells.
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary TT3 and TN are cell cycle time courses and should be centered or transformed before clustering or computing fourier scores. The preferred method is SVD centering preceded by KNNImpute missing-value estimation, although mean-centering is a viable alternative. Hela Heat 42 degrees time course has 2 zeroes (the second is labeled "Cold 25 degrees 0h"). Normalization is by centering or zero transformation (average 2 zeroes) WI38 Crowding (1-3 days) was by plating cells at ~50%? confluence and allowing to age. The zeroes are the same as for WI38 Heat Shock (there are 2) Other time courses should be self-explanatory. They have 1-4 zeroes each and can be treated either by centering or zero-transforming. WI38
Set of arrays organized by shared biological context, such as organism, tumors types, processes, etc.
Keywords: Logical Set
 
Overall design Computed
 
Contributor(s) Whitfield M, Murray J
Citation(s) 15004229
Submission date Feb 24, 2006
Last update date Jul 29, 2013
Organization Stanford Microarray Database (SMD)
E-mail array@genome.stanford.edu
Phone 650-498-6012
URL http://genome-www5.stanford.edu/
Department Stanford University, School of Medicine
Street address 300 Pasteur Drive
City Stanford
State/province CA
ZIP/Postal code 94305
Country USA
 
Platforms (10)
GPL1282 SHBX
GPL2695 SHBB
GPL2868 SHAM
Samples (174)
GSM79620 "26h Thy-Noc, Exp4"
GSM79621 "28h Thy-Noc, Exp4"
GSM79622 "30h Thy-Noc, Exp4"
Relations
BioProject PRJNA94681

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