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Sample GSM573 Query DataSets for GSM573
Status Public on Oct 03, 2001
Sample type SAGE
Anchor NlaIII
Tag Count 105312
Tag Length 10
Source name human peripheral retina
Organism Homo sapiens
Extracted molecule total RNA
Description Profile of the genes expressed in the human peripheral retina, macula, and retinal pigment epithelium determined through serial analysis of gene expression (SAGE).
A normal peripheral retina from a 44-year-old male. Patient had periocular malignancies that required exenteration of a normal eye as part of the clinically indicated surgical therapy. The eye was placed in saline after it was removed from the patient and peripheral retinal fragments were collected from regions outside the central arcades and frozen within 45 minutes of the surgical removal to ensure minimal degradation of mRNA molecules.
Keywords = retina,44 year old male, macula
Submission date Sep 19, 2001
Last update date Nov 19, 2008
Contact name Dror Sharon
Phone 617-573-4347
Fax 617-573-3168
Organization name Massachusetts Eye and Ear
Lab Ocular Molecular Genetics Laboratory
Street address 243 Charles St.
City Boston
State/province MA
ZIP/Postal code 02114
Country USA
Platform ID GPL4
Series (1)
GSE10 eye-SAGE

Data table header descriptions
TAG Ten base SAGE tag
COUNT number of copies
TPM tags per million

Data table
ACTTTTTCAA 1289 12239.82
TTCATACACC 1025 9732.98
TGTGCTGAAC 697 6618.43
GTAGGAGCTG 694 6589.94
CACCTAATTG 664 6305.07
TACGTGAATT 572 5431.48
TACCATCAAT 569 5402.99
CCCATCGTCC 490 4652.84
AAAAAAAAAA 464 4405.96
AGAAGGCCTG 380 3608.33
AAAACATTCT 370 3513.37
GTGAAACCCC 359 3408.92
GCATAATAGG 332 3152.54
TTGGGGTTTC 329 3124.05
CACCCCTGAT 318 3019.60
AGCCCTACAA 306 2905.65
TAGGTTGTCT 294 2791.70
CCACTGCACT 284 2696.75
GTAAAAAAAA 277 2630.28
CTAAGACTTC 273 2592.30

Total number of rows: 34066

Table truncated, full table size 612 Kbytes.

Supplementary data files not provided

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