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Series GSE63994 Query DataSets for GSE63994
Status Public on Jan 31, 2019
Title Concentration dependent gene expression in zebrafish embryos after PCE exposure
Organism Danio rerio
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary The dataset contained concentration course exposures of 24hpf old zebrafish embryos with tetrachloroethylene (PCE). The exposure duration was set to 12h and 24h and the concentrations were chosen to be not higher than the LC10.
 
Overall design Zebrafish embryos were treated with 6 different concentrations of PCE. Two biological replicates were analyzed regarding the treatment and 4 replicates for untreated embryos for each exposure duration. One replicate of each treatment was additionally treated with a constant concentration of a nanomaterial (Carbo Iron 10 mg/l) which was proven to cause no effects at all at the lethal and sublethal level (including the gene expression).
 
Contributor(s) Schüttler A, Busch W
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Submission date Dec 09, 2014
Last update date Feb 01, 2019
Contact name Andreas Schüttler
E-mail(s) schuettler@bafg.de
Organization name German Federal Institute of Hydrology
Department Department Biochemistry and Ecotoxicology
Street address Am Mainzer Tor 1
City Koblenz
ZIP/Postal code 56068
Country Germany
 
Platforms (1)
GPL19526 Agilent-031241 D. rerio 8x60k V3 Zebrafish 026437 [Genome Zv9 version]
Samples (32)
GSM1562170 3_K1_12h
GSM1562171 3_1mg_12h
GSM1562172 3_2mg_12h
Relations
BioProject PRJNA269736

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