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Series GSE45599 Query DataSets for GSE45599
Status Public on Mar 29, 2013
Title Mock, latent, and lytic rKSHV.219-infected iSLK cells [Expt3]
Platform organisms Homo sapiens; Human herpesvirus 8 type M
Sample organisms Homo sapiens; Human gammaherpesvirus 8; Human herpesvirus 8 strain rKSHV.219
Experiment type Expression profiling by genome tiling array
Summary Expression profiling of stably infected epithelial cells using a custom tiling microarray. iSLK was infected with rKSHV.219 and selected with puromycin. Mock infected iSLK served as control for iSLK.219. Lytic reactivation of iSLK.219 was induced with 1 ug/mL doxycycline for 48 hours.
Overall design Three condition experiment: mock infected, latently infected, and lytically induced rKSHV.219-infected iSLK cells.
Contributor(s) Chang HH, Ganem D
Citation(s) 23601105
Submission date Mar 28, 2013
Last update date Jun 28, 2013
Contact name Henry H Chang
Organization name Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
Department Infectious Diseases Group
Street address 4560 Horton Street
City Emeryville
State/province CA
ZIP/Postal code 94608
Country USA
Platforms (1)
GPL10083 KSHV tiling microarray AMADID: 017577
Samples (3)
GSM1110335 mock infected inducible SLK (uninfected)
GSM1110336 latently rKSHV.219-infected inducible SLK
GSM1110337 lytically induced rKSHV.219-infected inducible SLK
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE45600 A unique herpesviral transcriptional program in KSHV-infected lymphatic endothelial cells leads to mTORC1 activation and rapamycin sensitivity
BioProject PRJNA195249

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