Paper

Search
Authors' name
Pubmed IDs
Keywords
Results per page
Showing 11-20 of 309 paper
Referencesort descendingExperiments LinkTopicStrainPlatformCommentsContact
Zimmer,2000ExperimentsNitrogen regulatory protein C regulon (GlnG)E. coli K-12 MG1655slide; PCR custom, 2 sets of primersPublication investigates genes regulated by GlnG (NtrC) by using overexpression and null mutants.Sydney Kustu
Wei,2001Experimentsisopropyl-beta-D-thiogalactopyranoside (IPTG); minimal mediaE. coli K-12 MG1655slide; Sigma GensysThis publication focuses on absolute value changes in transcript levels as a result of rich or minimal media or exposure to IPTG. The authors investigated the relative abundance of a particular transcript by processing the data in the levels of the gene of interest as compared to the levels of the whole genome. EcoArray currently is not designed to handle this type of data, please see the topics page on transcriptomics for more information about this publication.Robert A. LaRossa
Hommais,2001ExperimentshnsE. coli K-12 MG1655/FB8nylon membranes; Panorama array, Sigma-GenosysPhilippe Bertin
Prüss,2001ExperimentsflhDCE. coli K-12 MC1000nylon membranes; Panorama array, Sigma-GenosysBrigit M. Pruss
Wei,2001ExperimentssdiA overproductionE. coli K-12 RFM443slide; Sigma GensysRobert A. LaRossa
Courcelle,2001ExperimentsUV; lexAE. coli K-12 MG1655slide; PCRJustin Courcelle
Smulski,2001ExperimentsAcivicinE. coli K-12 MG1655slide; PCR Sigma Genosys primersRober a. LaRossa
Tseng,2001Experimentsglucose; acetateE. coli K-12 MC4100slide (125 and whole); GenosysThis publication addresses quality control issues with microarray technology. Data requested 12-4-2007Wing Hung Wong
Pomposiello,2001Experimentsparaquat/sodium salicylate/soxRSE. coli K-12 GC4468nylon membranes; Panorama array, Sigma-GenosysBruce Demple
Zheng,2001Experimentshydrogen peroxide(H2O2); oxyRE. coli K-12 MC4100slide; PCR Sigma Genosys primersThis publication uses a 4-fold cut off to report 140 genes and 167 genes induced when MC4100(WT) and delta oxyR, respectively are exposed to H2O2; 2-fold changes including induced and repressed are included here.Gisela Storz

Pages