E-MTAB-1519 - Transcription profiling by array of mouse amygdala to detect transcripts regulated by psychological stress
Last updated on 26 February 2013, released on 1 April 2013
Detection of transcripts regulated by psychological stress in mouse amygdala. Prior to experiments mice were kept undisturbed for one week in their home cages. Restraint stress was performed during the light period of the circadian cycle. Control animals were left undisturbed and stressed animals were subjected to a six hour restraint stress session in a separate room. The mice were placed in their home cages in wire mesh restrainers secured at the head and tail ends with clips
transcription profiling by array, co-expression, in vivo, stimulus or stress design
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