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Lists containing sample identifiers and relationships between samples.
Also see SOP for sample identifiers: https://fairdomhub.org/sops/242
Alterations to SOP:
Block1: LNU1/LNU2 -> LNU
Block 4: Continuous cultures -> Cn, Batch cultures -> #days, replicates -> A-Z refer to CULTURE REPLICATES
Block 6: biosample + REPLICATE , B1,B2 ...
Block 7: Sample Type + Replicate , RNA: R1,R2,... DNA: D1... Protein: Pr
Header: Bold -> mandatory, other fields are either for additional information or redundant
Creator: Malte Herold
Contributor: Malte Herold
Chalcopyrite leaching data of cultures with our combinations of the three species (A, L, S, ALS, AL, AS, LS, SA, SL, SAL)
Including development of planktonic and sessile cell population, pH, EH, [ferrous iron], [total iron], [total copper] within 21 days of incubation at 37 C° with 160 rpm shaking after inoculation with 1e7 cells/mL (per species).
Creator: Soeren Bellenberg
Contributor: Soeren Bellenberg
Combined taxonomy table of abundance of OTUs (Operational Taxonomy Units) in both freshwater and saltwater samples from 16S V3-V4 Illumina sequencing of gut microbiota. Primers used for sequencing are given in https://fairdomhub.org/sops/270
The OTUs are presented in number of counts per sample (n=349). Each row represent one sample.
Contributor: Inga Leena Angell
RNA levels for control amplicons and multiple clock genes in 2 WT (Col, Ws) and 5 clock mutants of Arabidopsis, in biological duplicates, from three conditions: Diurnal cycle (12L/12D), Extended night (DD), Extended light (LL), harvested every 2 hours. Numbers are in transcript copy per cell, obtained assuming 1 g FW contains 25000000 cells.
Data from LD are concateneted with DD and LL for better visualization. Toc1-101 (col-0) gi-201 (col-0) prr7-3 prr9-1 (col-0) , lhy cca1 (ws) elf3-4
Creator: Andrew Millar
Contributor: Andrew Millar
To focus our investigation of omega-3 metabolism, we are compiling a list of relevant genes. As a start, we selected seven KEGG pathways, but eventually we’ll also include Reactome’s equivalent pathways. Unfortunately, the KEGG pathways include only enzymes, not regulators or transporters (SREBP, LXR, FABP’s etc.), so we’ll have to add the latter manually. (Reactome might have them.) The gene list below is a large, autogenerated table showing
Various identifiers for each gene.
The most similar
Contributor: Jon Olav Vik