E-GEOD-33302 - Expression data from sleep deprivation experiment in mouse hippocampus
Released on 6 September 2012, last updated on 28 September 2015
We used microarrays to detail the global programme of gene expression underlying the effect of sleep deprivation in the mouse hippocampus and identified distinct classes of regulated genes during this process. Hippocampal tissue was taken from sleep deprived mice and time-matched non-sleep-deprived control animals that were left undisturbed in their home cages during the sleep deprivation period for a total of 8 and 9 replicates per group. RNA was isolated and cDNA was synthesized from hippocampal tissue, and the sample from each animal was hybridized to a separate Affymetrix Mouse 430_2 microarray
transcription profiling by array
Lucia Peixoto <email@example.com>, Chris Vecsey, Ted Abel
Genomic analysis of sleep deprivation reveals translational regulation in the hippocampus. Vecsey CG, Peixoto L, Choi JH, Wimmer M, Jaganath D, Hernandez PJ, Blackwell J, Meda K, Park AJ, Hannenhalli S, Abel T.