Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) Overview Version:2014-04-12Japanese 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
(22)
  Primates
(1)
  Rodents
(13)
  Mammals
(6)
  Vertebrates
(0)
  Invertebrates
(12)
  Plants
(24)
  Bacteria
(25)
  Viruses
(0)
  Phages
(0)
  Unclassified
(2)
  All
(106)
 
  SAGE NlaIII
(0)
  SAGE RsaI
(0)
  SAGE Sau3A
(0)
  MPSS
(0)
  GeneChip
(1)
  Tiling Array
(0)
  cDNA Array
(11)
  Oligo Array
(5)
  Bead Array
(1)
  Protein Array
(0)
  Antibody
(0)
  RT-PCR
(3)
  HT-Seq
(0)
  Other
(0)
  All
(22)
 
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Platform ID Title Number of the probes Institute Submission date Manufacturer Species Platform class Reasoning of the classification
Keywords used for the classification are shown with bold font.
1 GPL5833 Verrando Homo sapiens 9K cDNA array 9,250 Currently unaffilliated 2007-09-12 P Verrando Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
MIXTURE spotted DNA/cDNA, Verrando Homo sapiens 9K cDNA array, normalized cDNA library was used to minimize redundancy. All clones on the microarray were sequence-verified and carefully mapped to NCBI's GenBank/UniGene database on 3 April 2000. An update was performed at the end of this work on 12 March 2001 and the list of clones (name, GenBank's accession numbers) was modified accordingly. After amplification, more than 9000 human cDNA clones were deposited on the solid support through optimized key processes. Thirty percent of them were EST as defined by the GenBank release on 12 March 2001. cDNA sizes ranged from 500 to 5000 bp, with an average of 1 kb.
2 GPL11384 USZ/Human Toll-Like Receptor Signaling Pathway PCR Array PAHS-18A 84 University Hospital of Zurich 2011-01-05 SABiosciences Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
RT-PCR RT-PCR, USZ/Human Toll-Like Receptor Signaling Pathway PCR Array PAHS-18A, see http://www.sabiosciences.com/rt_pcr_product/HTML/PAHS-018A.html
3 GPL2040 UHN Human CpG 12K Array (HCGI12K) 13,056 Friedrich Miescher Institute 2005-05-12 UHN Microarray Centre Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, UHN Human CpG 12K Array (HCGI12K), This array contains single-spotted clones representing 12,192 CpG-island clones from the Sanger Institute. The CpG Library was originally prepared by Sally Cross in the laboratory of Adrian Bird at The Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology (University of Edinburgh). For information on the preparation of the original library, please see Cross, S.H., et.al., Purification of CpG islands using a methylated DNA binding column. Nature Genetics (1994) 6:236- 244. Individual clones were sequenced by the UHN Microarray Centre.
4 GPL13482 SMD Print_1561 (hoag) 49,152 Universitätsspital Basel 2011-05-03 Stanford Functional Genomics Facility, Stanford School of Medicine Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, SMD Print_1561 (hoag),
5 GPL9551 SMD Print_1451 Homo sapiens 49,152 Universitätsspital Basel 2009-11-09 Stanford Functional Genomics Facility, Stanford School of Medicine Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, SMD Print_1451 Homo sapiens,
6 GPL9550 SMD Print_1308 Homo sapiens 44,544 Universitätsspital Basel 2009-11-09 Stanford Functional Genomics Facility, Stanford School of Medicine Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, SMD Print_1308 Homo sapiens,
7 GPL4990 SHGE 43,008 University Hospital Basel 2007-03-13 Stanford Functional Genomics Facility, Stanford School of Medicine Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, SHGE,
8 GPL4989 SHFU 41,472 University Hospital Basel 2007-03-13 Stanford Functional Genomics Facility, Stanford School of Medicine Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, SHFU,
9 GPL3090 Sanger Pilot Study V1 1,433 University of Geneva Medical School 2005-11-16 Illumina, Inc. Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
Bead Array oligonucleotide beads, Sanger Pilot Study V1, The array contains 630 protein coding genes of all RefSeq genes in the ENCODE regions, all RefSeq genes on human chromosome 21 and all RefSeq and manually curated genes from a 10Mb region at 20q12-13.2. The array is composed of 3 micron features with an average feature redundancy of 30-fold. All features are quality controlled by a sequential hybridization process called array decoding. Each gene represented on the array contains 2 or more unique probes that are fully screened, full-length 50-mers.
10 GPL7142 Print_1186 43,008 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology 2008-08-05 Stanford Functional Genomics Facility, Stanford School of Medicine Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, Print_1186,
11 GPL7141 Print_1182 43,008 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology 2008-08-05 Stanford Functional Genomics Facility, Stanford School of Medicine Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, Print_1182,
12 GPL3606 OHU16K (old) 18,432 Currently unaffilliated 2006-03-30 W.M. Keck Foundation Biotechnology Resource Laboratory Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
Oligo Array spotted oligonucleotide, OHU16K (old), Human OHU16K (old) array is created from the first 16K Operon set - 70 mer oligos. The array is in 32 pin conformation with 24 columns and 22 rows and only 4 spots on the 23rd row.
13 GPL6650 Novachip human 34.5k 34,592 Universitätsspital Basel 2008-03-26 Novartis Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
Oligo Array spotted oligonucleotide, Novachip human 34.5k, Novachip is an evanescent resonator microarray platform. The approach takes advantage of a phenomenon that has been attributed as abnormal reflection. Excitation photons incident on the chip under resonance conditions couple into a thin corrugated metal oxide surface at the site of incidence. As a result of the transducer geometry, the energy is locally confined into the thin corrugated layer of high refractive index material. Consequently, strong electromagnetic fields are generated at the surface of the chip. The effect has been attributed as evanescent resonance and leads to increased fluorescence intensity of chromophores close to the surface. The effective field strength can be increased up to 100-fold by the confinement of the available excitation energy, depending on the optical properties of the used optical detection system. The Novachips used for the experiments described in the present paper have a resonance angle of 2° with respect to normal for TE polarized light of 633 nm wavelength. The observed increase of fluorescence intensity with the used Agilent microarray laser scanner was about 5-fold compared to glass slides processed under identical conditions. The slides were cleaned and the AROS human v3 oligonucleotide set from Operon Inc. was arrayed with a Microgrid printer at 23°C and 55-60% relative humidity (total approx. 37K features, print buffer 4x SSC / 0.001% Sarcosyl). Scatter light scans (Tecan Laser Scanner) were used to assess the quality of the printed slides ("salt images"). Slides were stored sealed until use.
14 GPL7751 NimbleGen Homo sapiens 386K HG18 RefSeq promoter 2006-07-18 386,230 Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) 2008-12-08 Nimblegen Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
Oligo Array in situ oligonucleotide, NimbleGen Homo sapiens 386K HG18 RefSeq promoter 2006-07-18,
15 GPL7430 MCI Human HEEBOChip 42k oligo array 41,964 Currently unaffilliated 2008-10-06 This array was assembled by/for researchers at the Mitchell Cancer Institute (MCI) of the University of South Alabama. Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
Oligo Array spotted oligonucleotide, MCI Human HEEBOChip 42k oligo array, Human Exonic Evidence-Based Oligonucleotide Chip (HEEBOChip), 70mer oligos.
16 GPL6803 Low Density Microvascular Differentiation Array (LD-MDA) version 2.0 96 ETH Zurich 2008-04-30 Applied Biosystems Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
RT-PCR RT-PCR, Low Density Microvascular Differentiation Array (LD-MDA) version 2.0, Microfluidic 384-well TaqManâ„¢ real time RT-PCR platform
17 GPL6802 Low Density Microvascular Differentiation Array (LD-MDA) version 1.0 192 ETH Zurich 2008-04-30 Applied Biosystems Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
RT-PCR RT-PCR, Low Density Microvascular Differentiation Array (LD-MDA) version 1.0, Microfluidic 384-well TaqManâ„¢ real time RT-PCR platform
18 GPL1213 Human Transporter OligoChip 3,024 ISREC 2004-05-04 Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
Oligo Array spotted oligonucleotide, Human Transporter OligoChip, Custom array chip focusing on transporters and ion channels. Genes are represented by 70 mers.
19 GPL1935 Human Skeletal Muscle Array 231 University of Bern 2005-03-29 Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, Human Skeletal Muscle Array, Nylon, custom-designed human cDNA array produced by Clontech, BD Biosciences. The cDNA fragments (200-600 bp) are PCR-amplified using gene-specific primers, and are selected so that they lack repetitive elements and have minimal homology with other genes on the array.
20 GPL2746 human 10K E 11,552 ISREC 2005-08-11 DAFL - UNIL -CH Homo sapiens
Homo sapiens
cDNA Array spotted DNA/cDNA, human 10K E ,
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