Data from: Cd36-deficient congenic strains show improved glucose tolerance and distinct shifts in metabolic and transcriptomic profiles

Šeda O, Šedová L, Liška F, Křenová D, Kazdová L, Tremblay J, Krupková M, Corbeil G, Hamet P, Křen V

Date Published: March 1, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9f8q91q3

 

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Title PDvsPD.SHR4_RTPCR
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Description Raw data and results for real-time PCR verification of microarray comparison of hepatic expression between PD and PD. SHR4 rat strains.
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Title PDvsPD.SHR4_metabprofile
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Description Metabolic and morphometric profile of PD and PD.SHR4 strains
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Šeda O, Šedová L, Liška F, Křenová D, Kazdová L, Tremblay J, Krupková M, Corbeil G, Hamet P, Křen V (2012) Cd36-deficient congenic strains show improved glucose tolerance and distinct shifts in metabolic and transcriptomic profiles. Heredity 109(1): 63–70. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/hdy.2012.14

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Šeda O, Šedová L, Liška F, Křenová D, Kazdová L, Tremblay J, Krupková M, Corbeil G, Hamet P, Křen V (2012) Data from: Cd36-deficient congenic strains show improved glucose tolerance and distinct shifts in metabolic and transcriptomic profiles. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9f8q91q3
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