Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) Overview Version´╝Ü2014-04-12Japanese page
An overview of the GEO entries broken down by the measurement platforms and the features of the measured samples.
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Data Unit : [ DataSet / Sample / Platform ] Show explanation>> <<Hide explanation
DataSet : Series(GSE) x Platform(GPL). A set of related gene expression data.
Sample : Biological materials.
platform : Methods or instruments used for the gene expression profilings.
The numbers shown in the tabs are the numbers of the data (series, samples or platforms) belonging to the groups.
  Human
(615,734)
  Primates
(5,814)
  Rodents
(225,055)
  Mammals
(20,968)
  Vertebrates
(22,581)
  Invertebrates
(46,584)
  Plants
(107,706)
  Bacteria
(45,091)
  Viruses
(1,432)
  Phages
(112)
  Unclassified
(6,986)
  All
(1,101,311)
 
  SAGE NlaIII
(0)
  SAGE RsaI
(0)
  SAGE Sau3A
(0)
  MPSS
(0)
  GeneChip
(8,349)
  Tiling Array
(1,464)
  cDNA Array
(10,807)
  Oligo Array
(21,920)
  Bead Array
(0)
  Protein Array
(0)
  Antibody
(0)
  RT-PCR
(51)
  HT-Seq
(2,336)
  Other
(164)
  All
(45,091)
 
  brain
(119)
  blood
(808)
  connective
(191)
  reproductive
(151)
  muscular
(90)
  digestive
(1,593)
  liver
(79)
  lung
(261)
  urinary
(20)
  endo/exo-crine
(204)
  embryo
(42)
  adult aerial structure
(0)
  young aerial structure
(0)
  root
(0)
  meristem/growing tissue
(0)
  flower/sexual organ
(0)
  seed/fruit/grain
(0)
  pooled
(320)
  unclassified
(41,213)
  all
(45,091)
 
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Sample ID Title Number of Data Institute Submission date Platform Sample type Species Organ class Reasoning of the classification
Keywords used for the classification are shown with bold font.
1 GSM201546 HI_119601_HK295Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
2 GSM201575 HI_119602_HK1220Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
3 GSM201576 HI_119604_HK1214Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
4 GSM201577 HI_119609_HK1141Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
5 GSM201578 HI_119739_HK635Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
6 GSM201579 HI_119740_HK389Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
7 GSM201580 HI_119741_HK2067Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
8 GSM201581 HI_119742_HK1219.2Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
9 GSM201582 HI_119749_HK367Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
10 GSM201583 HI_119750_2067Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
11 GSM201584 HI_119891_HK368Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
12 GSM201585 HI_119894_HK61Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
13 GSM201587 HI_120118_KW20_self_self_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
14 GSM201653 HI_120540_KW20_self_self_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
15 GSM201654 HI_120563_KW20_self_self_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
16 GSM201655 HI_155099_KW20_self_self_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
17 GSM201656 HI_120119_HK2122Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
18 GSM201657 HI_120120_HK1210Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
19 GSM201658 HI_120122_HK1141Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
20 GSM201659 HI_120328_hk1210Cy5_KW20Cy3_new_MDS.mev.refIsIA.out 32,448 The J. Craig Venter Institute 2007-06-15 [Oligo Array] JCVI PFGRC Haemophilus influenzae 32K vt1 array designed primarily based on strain HK12 [FULL_FEATURE_LAYOUT] (GPL5328) genomic Haemophilus influenzae
Haemophilus influenzae
muscle Haemophilus influenzae(Hi) is a gram-negative rod shaped bacterium that lives symbiotically in the upper respiratory tract of humans. Capsulated Hi, as well as non-capsulated strains are known to cause a number of significant infections. Recognizing and understanding the links between the phenotypic traits and the genetic background has paramount epidemiological and clinical importance. To date, a panoply of microbiological and molecular biology tools have been developed and utilized by researchers aimed at identifying the evolutionary links among strains and isolates. Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) has been shown to be a useful tool for screening strains for their genetic content. However, there is a major limitation when CGH is conducted on a microarray based on a single reference genome. CGH results report which genes are present or absent relative to the genome. Hence the information about novel genetic content that the query strain possesses remains obscure. We report here the construction of the first Hi pan-genome microarray representing ca. 4600 features by 70-mers. In addition to those from the Rd strain, new features originate from the unfinished genome sequences present in NCBI database and from our novel gene discovery project efforts using strain HK1212. Genomes of 20 strains belonging to different phylogenetic lineages were screened for their gene loss and gain utilizing the species microarray.
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