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Platform GPL24 Query DataSets for GPL24
Status Public on Nov 21, 2001
Title EOSS002A
Technology type in situ oligonucleotide
Distribution custom-commercial
Organism Mus musculus
Description Custom Affymetrix GeneChip designed by Eos Biotechnology Inc. to measure the expression of a large number of genes or ESTs on a single array. This is achieved by choosing those probes from within each set of 20 Affymetrix perfect match probes that show the least random fluctuation relative to the perceived specific hybridization over a wide ranging set of samples (Glynne et al. 2000). Experiments undertaken by Eos have revealed that the mismatch probes do not increase sensitivity or reproducibility (RJG and GG unpublished data). Consequently, each gene on the Eos array is represented by 6-8 perfect match probes, as opposed to 20 perfect match and 20 mismatch probes, increasing the number of genes for which expression can be assayed in parallel to >39,000.
Contributor(s) Eaves IA, Wicker LS, Ghandour G, Lyons PA, Peterson LB, Todd JA, Glynne RJ
Citation(s) 11827943
Submission date Nov 15, 2001
Last update date Jun 16, 2005
Contact name Iain Eaves
Phone ++44 (0)1223 762105
Fax ++44 (0)1223 762102
Organization name Cambridge Institute for Medical Research
Department Medical genetics
Lab JDRF/WT Diabetes and Inflammation Laboratory
Street address Hills Road
City Cambridge
ZIP/Postal code CB2 2XY
Country United Kingdom
Samples (28) GSM582, GSM583, GSM584, GSM585, GSM586, GSM587 
Series (3)
GSE11 NOD model of type 1 diabetes
GSE12 Group1
GSE15 Group2

Data table header descriptions
GB_ACC GenBank accession number
SPOT_ID Spot identifier

Total number of rows: 39114

Table truncated, full table size 585 Kbytes.

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