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Series GSE217836 Query DataSets for GSE217836
Status Public on Nov 27, 2023
Title Short-term consumption of ultra-processed diets impairs the sense of smell and brain physiology [WOM]
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary Considering the present scenario of fast-paced life, the major shifts in eating culture in the last five decades, and the crucial role of smell in food intake, it is thus crucial to map and better understand the effects of ultra-processed diets - especially under short-term regimens - on our brain metabolism and sense of smell. To address this question, we used mice to investigate the effects of the short-term consumption of three diets varying in macronutrient composition and origin (one whole-grain-based and two ultra-processed synthetic diets) on the transcriptional profiles of the olfactory mucosa and different brain regions.
 
Overall design Comparative gene expression profiling analysis of mRNA-seq data from organs/tissues of mice submitted to High Fat Diet (HFD), Normal Chow Diet (NCD) or Synthetic Chow Diet (SCD).
 
Contributor(s) Makhlouf M, Kurian S, Saraiva L
Citation(s) 37977411
Submission date Nov 12, 2022
Last update date Jan 03, 2024
Contact name Melanie Makhlouf
E-mail(s) mmakhlouf1@sidra.org
Organization name Sidra Medicine
Street address Al Gharrafa Street,
City Ar-Rayyan, Doha,
ZIP/Postal code PO Box 26999
Country Qatar
 
Platforms (1)
GPL21103 Illumina HiSeq 4000 (Mus musculus)
Samples (11)
GSM6727378 WOM_SCD_rep1
GSM6727379 WOM_SCD_rep2
GSM6727380 WOM_SCD_rep3
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE218162 Short-term consumption of ultra-processed diets impairs the sense of smell and brain physiology
Relations
BioProject PRJNA900857

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GSE217836_WOM_rCountTable.txt.gz 584.9 Kb (ftp)(http) TXT
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