GSE9302   Details

GSE Accession GSE9302
Title A perturbation in the system leads to period doubling
Submission Date 2007-10-11
Last Update Date 2012-03-17
Pubmed ID 17043222
Experiment Type Expression profiling by array
Contributor Robert,R,Klevecz; Caroline,M,Li
Contact Name Robert,R,Klevecz
Contact E-mail rklevecz@coh.org
Organization Name Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope
Country USA
Organism Saccharomyces cerevisiae;Schizosaccharomyces pombe
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Organism Synonym S. cerevisiae;brewer's yeast;baker's yeast;fission yeast
Summary Perturbation of the gated-synchrony system in yeast with phenelzine, an antidepressant drug used in the treatment of affective disorders in humans, leads to a rapid lengthening in the period of the genome-wide transcriptional oscillation. The effect is a concerted, genome-scale change in expression that is first seen in genes maximally expressed in the late-reductive phase of the cycle, doubling the length of the reductive phase within two cycles after treatment. Clustering of genes based on their temporal patterns of expression yielded just three super clusters whose trajectories through time could then be mapped into a simple 3D figure. In contrast to transcripts in the late-reductive phase, most transcripts do not show transients in expression relative to others in their temporal cluster but change their period in a concerted fashion. Mapping the trajectories of the transcripts into low-dimensional surfaces that can be represented by simple systems of differential equations provides a readily testable model of the dynamic architecture of phenotype. In this system, period doubling may be a preferred pathway for phenotypic change. As a practical matter, low-amplitude, genome-wide oscillations, a ubiquitous but often unrecognized attribute of phenotype, could be a source of seemingly intractable biological noise in microarray studies.; Keywords: Time Course Experiment
Overall Design Phenelzine was added to the system after the first cycle to induce period doubling
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Timepoint Count 37
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