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E-GEOD-75774 - Expression data from mouse neonatal hindlimb muscles
Released on 8 December 2015, last updated on 12 December 2015
During neonatal development, skeletal muscle grows dramatically by myonuclei accretion to existing fibers and hypertophic growth of fibers with protein synthesis. To understand molecular mechanism underlying neonatal muscle growth, we used microarray to profile the global program of gene expressions especially involved in myoblast fusion, migration, and muscle fiber growth by itself. Mouse hindlimb muscles at postnatal day (P) 2, 7, and 14 were isolated and used for RNA extraction and hybridyzation on microarrays. We used three biological replicates for each time point.
transcription profiling by array
Sandya Liyanarachchi <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Denis C Guttridge, Jinmo Gu