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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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
(987)
  Primates
(0)
  Rodents
(490)
  Mammals
(0)
  Vertebrates
(0)
  Invertebrates
(0)
  Plants
(196)
  Bacteria
(227)
  Viruses
(0)
  Phages
(0)
  Unclassified
(0)
  All
(2,852)
 
  SAGE NlaIII
(0)
  SAGE RsaI
(0)
  SAGE Sau3A
(0)
  MPSS
(0)
  GeneChip
(9)
  Tiling Array
(0)
  cDNA Array
(129)
  Oligo Array
(41)
  Bead Array
(0)
  Protein Array
(0)
  Antibody
(0)
  RT-PCR
(0)
  HT-Seq
(28)
  Other
(0)
  All
(0)
 
  brain
(18)
  blood
(1)
  connective
(0)
  reproductive
(81)
  muscular
(0)
  digestive
(10)
  liver
(21)
  lung
(0)
  urinary
(30)
  endo/exo-crine
(0)
  embryo
(0)
  adult aerial structure
(0)
  young aerial structure
(0)
  root
(0)
  meristem/growing tissue
(0)
  flower/sexual organ
(0)
  seed/fruit/grain
(0)
  pooled
(0)
  unclassified
(46)
  all
(0)
 
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 GSM418013 testis_GONSL42 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_non-precocious_pool of 10_NP1 testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG3
2 GSM418015 testis_GONSL36 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG2 testis_non-precocious_pool of 10_NP1
3 GSM418016 testis_GONSL34 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG1 testis_non-precocious_pool of 10_NP1
4 GSM418014 testis_GONSL33 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG3 testis_non-precocious_pool of 10_NP2
5 GSM417984 testis_GONSL27 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_nonprecocious_pool of 10_NP3 testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG2
6 GSM417972 testis_GONSL26 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG1 testes_non-precocious_pool of 10_NP3
7 GSM417897 testis_GONSL21 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis, pool of 10, non-precocious parr, NP2 testis, pool of 4, precocious parr, PG1
8 GSM418012 testes_GONSL29 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG3 testis_non-precocious_pool of 10_NP3
9 GSM418011 testes_GONSL28 10,752 NUI Galway 2009-06-17 [cDNA Array] NUIG_salmon_5K array_V2.0 (full array layout) (GPL8731) RNA Salmo salar
Salmo salar
testis testis_precocious_pool of 4_PG2 testis_non-precocious_pool of 10_NP2
10 GSM624409 LS48R 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:REFERENCE LS48 title:LS48R description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
11 GSM624408 LS48F 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:LS48 REFERENCE title:LS48F description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
12 GSM624407 LS47R 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:REFERENCE LS47 title:LS47R description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
13 GSM624406 LS47F 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:LS47 REFERENCE title:LS47F description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
14 GSM624405 LS45R 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:REFERENCE LS45 title:LS45R description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
15 GSM624404 LS45F 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:LS45 REFERENCE title:LS45F description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
16 GSM624403 LS44R 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:REFERENCE LS44 title:LS44R description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
17 GSM624402 LS44F 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:LS44 REFERENCE title:LS44F description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
18 GSM624401 LS43R 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:REFERENCE LS43 title:LS43R description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
19 GSM624400 LS43F 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-17 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
unclassified source_name:LS43 REFERENCE title:LS43F description:The fish used in the study were sexually immature, mixed sex, adult rainbow trout from two lines of fish selectively bred for either a high (HR) or low (LR) corticosteroid response to a standardized confinement stressor. The selection programme used to generate the HR and LR lines of trout has been described previously (Pottinger and Carrick, 1999 and 2001). In brief, single parent matings of individuals identified as either HR or LR by their corticosteroid response to a series of standardized confinement stressors were used to generate F1 lines of HR and LR progeny. An individual-within-family selection process was adopted to establish the F2 and subsequently the F3 generation, used in this study. The F3 generation hatched during spring 2003 and these fish were therefore in their second year (18 months old) at the time of this study. The mean weight and fork length of the two lines at the time of the study was LR: 181 g, 24.7 cm; HR: 185 g, 24.9 cm.
20 GSM625913 Liver confinement timecourse LS6L vs LS24L 11,088 NUI Galway 2010-11-18 [Oligo Array] Aquafirst_Trout (GPL11206) RNA Oncorhynchus mykiss
Oncorhynchus mykiss
liver/hepato Liver confinement timecourse LS6L vs LS24L