E-GEOD-8016 - Comparative genomic hybridization of chicken and Japanese quail
Submitted on 5 June 2007, released on 6 November 2008, last updated on 2 May 2014
Coturnix japonica, Gallus gallus
Since Japanese quail and chicken belong to the same order Galliforms, DNA sequence of both species are highly conserved and proved to be applicable for various analyses each other. Quail are commonly used to address physiological questions for reasons of economy. To test whether chicken microarrays are useful to quail samples, we compared hybridization signals of chicken and quail genomic DNA on Affymetrix chicken genome array. Experiment Overall Design: Genomic DNA of female chicken and quail were extracted individually from liver of three birds and hybridized on Affymetrix microarrays. Samples were analyzed in triplicate set of array (three biological replicates).
comparative genomic hybridization by array, unknown experiment type
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