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Experiment Accession: 11500
Experiment Accession11500
Project nameAtGenExpress
OrganismArabidopsis thaliana
Data SourceRZPD
Experiment Category abiotic treatment, tissue comparison
Experiment Goals response to osmotic stress
Experimental Variables osmotic stress, tissue, time course
Is series?time course
environment is variable?True
sample material is variable?False
probe type is variable?False
harvesting is variable?True
Experiment Namebasic abiotic stress treatment
Experiment DescriptionThis experiment studies the effect of continual osmotic stress on the expression of genes in shoot and root tissue of 16 days old Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings of Columbia-0 ecotype regarding a time course ( 0,5h; 1h; 3h; 6h; 12h; 24h). We collected from each time point two samples which are serving as replicates. The expression data of the samples were generated at the RZPD in Berlin using the ATH1 chip from Affymetrix The study is part of the AtGenExpress project which is funded by the DFG. This global approach will provide a great amount of additional expression data for the Arabidopsis community.
Number of Replicate Sets12
Number of BioSamples12
Number of Slides24
Commentscontrol experiment: 11300