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Boston University: Dataset Details, ID=GSE7170

Superfund Research Program

The Long-term Impacts of Early Life Exposure to Superfund Chemicals in Humans and Wildlife

Center Director: David H. Sherr
Grant Number: P42ES007381
Funding Period: 1995-2020
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Title: Sex-dependent and strain-dependent gene liver gene expression

Accession Number: GSE7170

Link to Dataset: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/query/acc.cgi?acc=GSE7170

Repository: Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO)

Data Type(s): Gene Expression

Experiment Type(s): Expression profiling by array

Organism(s): Mus musculus

Summary: A series of dual-channel gene expression profiles obtained using Agilent Mouse TOE 75k microarrays was used to examine the sex-dependent differences in gene expression across three outbred mouse strains, 129J x Black Swiss, 129J x BALB/c, and ICR. This series is comprised of samples obtained from 3 pools of randomly chosen independent cDNA samples of male and female 129Jx BALB/c mice and 3 randomly chosen independent cDNA samples of male and female 129J x Black Swiss mice and 5 randomly chosen independent cDNA samples of male and female ICR mice. The ICR mice were randomly distributed into three and two member pools for each sex and two of the 5 samples for each sex were independently hybridized separately as well. Comparison of the sex-specific genes for the three outbred strains generated lists of strain-dependent and strain-independent sex-specific genes.

Publication(s) associated with this dataset:
  • Clodfelter KH, Miles GD, Wauthier V, Holloway MG, Zhang X, Hodor P, Ray WJ, Waxman DJ. 2007. Role of STAT5a in regulation of sex-specific gene expression in female but not male mouse liver revealed by microarray analysis. Physiol Genomics 31:63-74. PMID:17536022
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