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  1. S2536_MOUSE UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q922G0

    Description: Solute carrier family 25 member 36 Helical; Name=1 Helical; Name=2 Helical; Name=3 Helical; Name=4 Helical; Name=5 Helical; Name=6 Solcar 1 Solcar 2 S...

    gene.name: Slc25a36
  2. Integrated genomic and transcriptional profiling yields putative marker genes for cervical cancer ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-6473

    Description: FLJ21291, DTX3L, CCDC14, MCM2, PIK3R4, ATP2C1 and SLC25A36), which were identified by differential gene expression analysis and were located within the chromosomal regions identified by DIGMAP and/or ACE-it as well. Further investigations of these promising marker genes in warranted. Keywords: microarray analysis, array CGH, cervical cancer For microarray mRNA expression analysis 10 SCCs, 5 AdCAs and 6 normal epithelial controls were used. Normal cervical controls consisted of 1 pool of 3 normal cervices distant from tumour, 1 pool of 4 normal ectocervical smears and 1 pool of 5 normal endocervical smears. To expand our number of normal squamous epithelial controls, we included expression profiles of 3 uvulas of non-cancer patients who underwent uvulopalatopharyngoplasty. In addition, we hybridised RNA isolated from 2 different biopsies of the same SCC (SCC12 and SCC13) as a biological replicate. The pool of 4 normal ectocervical smears was hybridised twice as a technical replicate to determine technical variation. Genomic profiling of the same 10 SCCs and 5 AdCAs was done using array CGH (Wilting et al, J Pathol 2006, volume 209, p 220-30)....

  3. Integrated genomic and transcriptional profiling yields putative marker genes for cervical cancer BioProject

    ID: PRJNA98709

    Keywords: Other

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: FLJ21291, DTX3L, CCDC14, MCM2, PIK3R4, ATP2C1 and SLC25A36), which were identified by differential gene expression analysis and were located within the chromosomal regions identified by DIGMAP and/or ACE-it as well. Further investigations of these promising marker genes in warranted. Keywords: microarray analysis, array CGH, cervical cancer Overall design: For microarray mRNA expression analysis 10 SCCs, 5 AdCAs and 6 normal epithelial controls were used. Normal cervical controls consisted of 1 pool of 3 normal cervices distant from tumour, 1 pool of 4 normal ectocervical smears and 1 pool of 5 normal endocervical smears. To expand our number of normal squamous epithelial controls, we included expression profiles of 3 uvulas of non-cancer patients who underwent uvulopalatopharyngoplasty. In addition, we hybridised RNA isolated from 2 different biopsies of the same SCC (SCC12 and SCC13) as a biological replicate. The pool of 4 normal ectocervical smears was hybridised twice as a technical replicate to determine technical variation. Genomic profiling of the same 10 SCCs and 5 AdCAs was done using array CGH (Wilting et al, J Pathol 2006, volume 209, p 220-30)....
  4. Integrated genomic and transcriptional profiling yields putative marker genes for cervical cancer OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-6473

    Date Released: 05-02-2014

    Description: FLJ21291, DTX3L, CCDC14, MCM2, PIK3R4, ATP2C1 and SLC25A36), which were identified by differential gene expression analysis and were located within the chromosomal regions identified by DIGMAP and/or ACE-it as well. Further investigations of these promising marker genes in warranted. Keywords: microarray analysis, array CGH, cervical cancer For microarray mRNA expression analysis 10 SCCs, 5 AdCAs and 6 normal epithelial controls were used. Normal cervical controls consisted of 1 pool of 3 normal cervices distant from tumour, 1 pool of 4 normal ectocervical smears and 1 pool of 5 normal endocervical smears. To expand our number of normal squamous epithelial controls, we included expression profiles of 3 uvulas of non-cancer patients who underwent uvulopalatopharyngoplasty. In addition, we hybridised RNA isolated from 2 different biopsies of the same SCC (SCC12 and SCC13) as a biological replicate. The pool of 4 normal ectocervical smears was hybridised twice as a technical replicate to determine technical variation. Genomic profiling of the same 10 SCCs and 5 AdCAs was done using array CGH (Wilting et al, J Pathol 2006, volume 209, p 220-30)....


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