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Expression data from ethanol and saline exposed mice [miRNA]

ABSTRACT: Mouse models of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder can be used to assess molecular changes underlying the disorder. Neonatal ethanol exposure in mice can be used to model third trimester ethanol exposure in humans. Overall design: Mice were injected with 2.5 g/kg twice on each of posnatal days 4 and 7. Mice were allowed to reach postnatal day 70, at which time whole-hippocampus was isolated and snap frozen. Tissue was thawed and RNA was isolated. RNA run on affymetrix gene expression array according to standard protocol. Each array was a pool of three mice, for a total n=9 ethanol-exposed and 9 control mice. All mice were male.

INSTRUMENT(S): [miRNA-2] Affymetrix Multispecies miRNA-2 Array

SUBMITTER: Eric Jonathon Diehl  

PROVIDER: GSE66645 | GEO | 2015-03-07



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Alteration of Gene Expression, DNA Methylation, and Histone Methylation in Free Radical Scavenging Networks in Adult Mouse Hippocampus following Fetal Alcohol Exposure.

Chater-Diehl Eric J EJ   Laufer Benjamin I BI   Castellani Christina A CA   Alberry Bonnie L BL   Singh Shiva M SM  

PloS one 20160502 5

The molecular basis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) is poorly understood; however, epigenetic and gene expression changes have been implicated. We have developed a mouse model of FASD characterized by learning and memory impairment and persistent gene expression changes. Epigenetic marks may maintain expression changes over a mouse's lifetime, an area few have explored. Here, mice were injected with saline or ethanol on postnatal days four and seven. At 70 days of age gene expression  ...[more]

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