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Series GSE182360 Query DataSets for GSE182360
Status Public on Sep 30, 2021
Title Penetrating ballistic brain injury produces acute alterations in sleep and circadian-related genes in the rodent cortex: A preliminary study
Organism Rattus norvegicus
Experiment type Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary We performed transcriptional profiling in an established rodent model of penetrating ballistic brain injury (PBBI) in conjunction with continuous sleep pattern recording of the first 24 hours after injury. 12 adult male Sprague-Daley rats that were randomized to PBBI (n=6) or sham (n=6) groups, animals received a right unilateral frontal PBBI, then were sacrificed after 24 hours of EGG/EMG recording. Brains were harvested, underwent sectioning and cortical tissue samples were stored. RNA were isolated from tissue samples.
Overall design RNA-seq of rats after 24 hours: sham and penetrating ballistic brain injury. This dataset includes samples from 11 mice (PBBI (n=6), sham (n=5)).
Contributor(s) Blaze J, Wang Z, Haghighi F
Citation(s) 34777213
Submission date Aug 18, 2021
Last update date Nov 18, 2021
Contact name Fatemeh Haghighi
Organization name Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Department Neuroscience
Lab Haghighi Lab
Street address 1425 Madison Ave, 9-20D
City New York
State/province NY
ZIP/Postal code 10029
Country USA
Platforms (1)
GPL18694 Illumina HiSeq 2500 (Rattus norvegicus)
Samples (22)
GSM5527591 81PFC-C
GSM5527592 81PFC-I
GSM5527593 82CI-3
BioProject PRJNA756004
SRA SRP333118

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