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Research Article

Identification and Evolutionary Analysis of Potential Candidate Genes in a Human Eating Disorder

Table 1

The GEO datasets analyzed in this study listed by accession, with the purpose of the experiment listed as well as the species examined and the number of samples.

GEO acc. IDSpeciesTitle/function# of samples

GSE3293Mus musculusLeptin Regulated Mouse Gallbladder Genes8
GSE2870Rattus norvegicusOgle-5P01NS037520-05/chronic stress18
GSE2871Rattus norvegicusgiza-affy-rat-84719/brain injury47
GSE96Homo sapiensLarge-scale analysis of the human transcriptome85
GSE4692Mus musculusDiet-induced obesity6
GSE4697Mus musculusHigh-fat diet8
GSE2392Mus musculus/Rattus norvegicusBrain injury61
GSE6514Mus musculusSpontaneous sleep and prolonged wakefulness time course90
GSE8700Rattus norvegicusEpididymal fat tissues of diet-induced obese rats15
GSE19185Mus musculusLeptin treated ob/ob mice8
GSE39375Mus musculusObesity and fasting10
GSE929Mus musculusDeveloping cortex12

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