E-GEOD-7534 - Pedigreed Primate Embryonic Stem Cells Express Homogeneous Familial Gene Profiles
Released on 14 April 2008, last updated on 22 June 2012
Pedigreed primate ESCs display homogeneous and reliable expression profiles. These similarities to mouse ESCs suggest that heterogeneities found among hESCs result from their disparate origins rather than intrinsic biological limitations with primate embryonic stem cells. Keywords: different nhpESC lines RNA extraction was performed from 10 nhpESC and hybridization on Affymetrix microarrays. To determine whether primate ESCs have intrinsic biological limitations compared with mouse ESCs [mESCs], we examined expression profiles and pluripotency of newly established pedigreed non-human primate ESC (nhpESCs). Ten pedigreed nhpESCs, seven full-siblings (fraternal quadruplets and fraternal triplets) and nine half-siblings were derived from 41 rhesus embryos Information about pedigrees may be found in Pedigree_Attributes.xls.
transcription profiling by array
Naftali Kaminski <email@example.com>, Ahmi Ben-Yehudah, Calvin R Simerly, Carlos A Castro, Carrie J Redinger, Christopher S Navara, Elizabeta Kovkarova-Naumovski, Ethan Jacoby, Gerald Schatten, Jocelyn D Mich-Basso, Kaminski Naftali, Kyle Orwig, Meena Sukhwahni
Pedigreed primate embryonic stem cells express homogeneous familial gene profiles. Navara CS, Mich-Basso JD, Redinger CJ, Ben-Yehudah A, Jacoby E, Kovkarova-Naumovski E, Sukhwani M, Orwig K, Kaminski N, Castro CA, Simerly CR, Schatten G. , Europe PMC 17641389