|Application:||Gene expression microarray analysis|
|Number of samples:||42|
|Release date:||Jun 1 2008|
|Last update date:||Mar 17 2012|
|Dataset link||Nuclear Localization of Hog1 MAPK is Not Necessary for Resistance to Hyperosmotic Stress|
The transcriptomes' of HOG1-GFP, hog1del, and HOG1-CCAAX strains before and after 60 min hyperosmotic shock with 1M sorbitol at 25C were compared. Three biological replicates were done, with the first biological replicate done in technical triplicate, and the final two biological replicates beind done in technical duplicate by in slide duplication of features. Several supplementary files attached to the Series are summarized below: GSE8703 B1, B2, B3 Tscombined_matrix files show the averages of the technical replicates for each biological replicate. GSE8703 B1, B2, B3 norm_to_0_matrix files show the fold change over the time course (log2 time 60 - log2 time 0) for each of the three strains in each biological replicate. GSE8703 Figure_S6 shows the 30 genes with the most significant difference between the HOG1-GFP strain and the hog1del strain as determined by SAM. Genes were identified as: >3 fold induction in HOG1-GFP over 60 minute hyperosmotic shock and <3 fold induction in hog1del over 60 minute hyperosmotic shock.
Jesse C Patterson