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  1. Data from: Gene expression under chronic heat stress in populations of the mustard hill coral (Porites astreoides) from different thermal environments Dryad

    DateIssued: 08-14-2013

    Description: iles obtained from the same corals for a panel of 9 previously reported and 10 novel candidate stress response genes identified in a pilot RNA-Seq experiment. The strongest expression change was observed in a novel candidate gene potentially involved in calcification, SLC26, a member of the solute carrier family 26 anion exchangers, which was down-regulated by 92-fold in bleached corals relative to controls. The most notable signature of divergence between coral populations was constitutive up-regulation of metabolic genes in corals from the warmer inshore location, including the gluconeogenesis enzymes pyruvate carboxylase and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase and the lipid beta-oxidation enzyme acyl-CoA dehydrogenase. Our observations highlight several molecular pathways that were n...

  2. Stabilization of OCT4 synthetic mRNA in adult human skin cells using small molecules OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-40444

    Date Released: 09-26-2012

    Description: so identified a novel OCT4 downstream target gene SLC16A9 which demonstrated significantly increased expression following elevation of OCT4 levels. This small molecule-based stabilization of synthetic mRNA expression may have multiple applications for future cell-based research and therapeutics. 4 samples (untreated H9 hESCs, untreated HUF1 skin fibroblasts, HUF1 cells treated with OCT4 synthetic mRNA, HUF1 cells treated with OCT4 synthetic mRNA and BAY11) were analyzed with 2 biological replicates per sample....

  3. Stabilization of OCT4 synthetic mRNA in adult human skin cells using small molecules ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-40444

    Description: so identified a novel OCT4 downstream target gene SLC16A9 which demonstrated significantly increased expression following elevation of OCT4 levels. This small molecule-based stabilization of synthetic mRNA expression may have multiple applications for future cell-based research and therapeutics. 4 samples (untreated H9 hESCs, untreated HUF1 skin fibroblasts, HUF1 cells treated with OCT4 synthetic mRNA, HUF1 cells treated with OCT4 synthetic mRNA and BAY11) were analyzed with 2 biological replicates per sample....

  4. Stabilization of OCT4 synthetic mRNA in adult human skin cells using small molecules BioProject

    ID: PRJNA174050

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: so identified a novel OCT4 downstream target gene SLC16A9 which demonstrated significantly increased expression following elevation of OCT4 levels. This small molecule-based stabilization of synthetic mRNA expression may have multiple applications for future cell-based research and therapeutics. Overall design: 4 samples (untreated H9 hESCs, untreated HUF1 skin fibroblasts, HUF1 cells treated with OCT4 synthetic mRNA, HUF1 cells treated with OCT4 synthetic mRNA and BAY11) were analyzed with 2 biological replicates per sample....
  5. Data from: Insight in genome-wide association of metabolite quantitative traits by exome sequence analyses Dryad

    DateIssued: 01-20-2015

    Description: tes in 2,482 individuals from The Erasmus Rucphen Family (ERF) study. Heritability of metabolites were estimated by SOLAR. GWAS was performed by linear mixed models, using HapMap imputations. Based on physical vicinity and pathway analyses, candidate genes were screened for coding region variation using exome sequence data. Heritability estimates for metabolites ranged between 10% and 52%. GWAS replicated three known loci in the metabolome wide significance: CPS1 with glycine (P-value = 1.27×10−32), PRODH with proline (P-value = 1.11×10−19), SLC16A9 with carnitine level (P-value = 4.81×10−14) and uncovered a novel association between DMGDH and dimethyl-glycine (P-value = 1.65×10−19...


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