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Series GSE3988 Query DataSets for GSE3988
Status Public on Jan 07, 2006
Title Chronic Helicobacter pylori Infection with Sydney Strain 1 and Mouse-Adapted Sydney Strain 2000
Organism Helicobacter pylori
Experiment type Genome variation profiling by array
Summary This experiment set contains the raw data for 8 arrays that were used in the genomic typing of the pre- and post-mouse H. pylori strains SS1 and SS2000. 10700 is the pre-mouse clinical isolate of SS1 and PMSS2000 is the pre-mouse clinical isolate of SS2000. gDNA from these strains were labeled and hybridized to H. pylori microarrays as described in Salama et al. {Salama et al. 2000 PNAS 97:14668-73}. In each case the test gDNA sample was labeled with Cy5 (red) and this was hybridized with Cy3 (green) labeled reference DNA of equal amount. The reference DNA consisted of equal amounts of gDNA from the two H. pylori strains used to make the H. pylori microarray, 26695 and J99.
Set of arrays organized by shared biological context, such as organism, tumors types, processes, etc.
Keywords: Logical Set
 
Overall design Computed
 
Contributor(s) Thompson L, Salama N
Citation(s) 15271928
Submission date Jan 06, 2006
Last update date Mar 16, 2012
Organization Stanford Microarray Database (SMD)
E-mail(s) 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 (1)
GPL15 HP_002
Samples (8)
GSM91122 SS2000_array 1
GSM91123 PMSS200_array 1
GSM91124 10700_array 1
Relations
BioProject PRJNA94259

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