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E-GEOD-42157 - Imprinting of the Y chromosome depending on parent of origin provides insight into chromatin-modulating mechanisms underlying the Y chromosome's ability to affect gene expression diversity
Released on 1 February 2013, last updated on 3 May 2014
These arrays were done in a study to probe Y-by-parent-of-origin effects on gene expression across two geographically diverse (Ohio, USA and Republic of Congo, Africa) Y-chromosome lineages (Cs or Con), and two modes of Y chromosome transmission (paternally or maternally). Males harbor one of two Y chromosomes extracted from natural populations. Y chromosomes are inherited maternally or paternally. Therefore, 4 nodes in the design matrix. Each node was competitively hybridized to each of the other three nodes in 2 dual-channel arrays, dye-swapped.
transcription profiling by array
Pan-Pan Jiang <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Daniel L Hartl, Pan P Jiang