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Series GSE207525 Query DataSets for GSE207525
Status Public on Dec 15, 2022
Title SNP genotyping array of human naive pluripotent stem cells
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Genome variation profiling by SNP array
Summary We introduce a method for generating transgene-free and high-quality naive human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) using a modified Sendai virus (SeV) vector reprogramming system. This reprogramming method realizes the derivation of naive iPSCs from various somatic cells accompanied with fast and robust SeV vector removal at early passages. The established naive iPSCs have superior differentiation ability compared with iPSCs derived from conventional methods.
Overall design Genomic DNA from the 11 samples were hybridized onto the Infinium OmniExpress24 v1.3 DNA Analysis Kit (Illumina), and intensities were scanned by iScan (Illumina) following the manufacturer’s protocol.
Contributor(s) Kunitomi A, Nomura M
Citation(s) 36447645
Submission date Jul 05, 2022
Last update date Dec 16, 2022
Contact name Akira Kunitomi
Organization name The J. David Gladstone Institutes
Street address 1650 Owens Street
City San Francisco
State/province CA
ZIP/Postal code 94158
Country USA
Platforms (1)
GPL32421 Infinium OmniExpress-24v1-3_A1
Samples (11)
GSM6294047 nOSKL_1
GSM6294048 nOSKL_2
GSM6294049 nOSKL_3
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE179476 Improved Sendai Viral System for Reprogramming to Naive Pluripotency
BioProject PRJNA855969

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Supplementary file Size Download File type/resource
GSE207525_RAW.tar 178.9 Mb (http)(custom) TAR (of IDAT)
GSE207525_SNP_genotyping_array_forGSE179476_finalreport.txt.gz 329.0 Mb (ftp)(http) TXT
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