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Microarray Dataset Description Form
Use this form to describe microarray data provided for loading into EuPathDB databases.
What is the title of your experiment?
The title should provide a clear summation of the experiment.
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Provide a brief description of this data.
How would you like to describe your dataset to people visiting the EuPathDB sites?
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Provide the name and contact information for the investigator(s) involved in this project.
Indicate the Principle Investigator, primary author and collaborators. Provide a name, address, phone number and email for each. These people will be listed in the data set description.
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Is this data associated with a Publication?
Please provide the PMID.
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Sample Preparation
What is the name of the organism that is the source of the samples?
Please use the full scientific name and strain.
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Please list samples analyzed for this dataset.
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What experimental factors varied between samples?
Provide a brief overview of the experimental design or strategy explaining factors like incubation time, treatment, genetic modification, life stage...
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What were the protocols or kits used to extract RNA and label your samples?
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Arrays and Hybridization
Describe the microarray that was used.
Did you use a spotted glass slide or high density oligonucleotide array? What portion of the genome does it cover? etc.
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What equipment and software was used to scan the arrays and generate the data?
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Analysis and Results
List the data files that were generated and indicate how they relate to the samples described above.
(raw CEL files and normalized data files)
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What software and methods were used to generate gene expression values and normalize the values?
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Has this data been submitted to an archive - GEO or similar?
Please provide accession numbers.
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Which genome should this data be aligned to?
Please use the full scientific name and strain, e.g. Toxoplasma gondii ME49.
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Is there additional information that is important for understanding this data and how to analyze it?
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