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Table 5 Overview of temperature studies and data sets used in discovery analysis

From: Developing specific molecular biomarkers for thermal stress in salmonids

Data sets/studies Species Study design Target tissue Signature(s) used in discovery Data used in discovery Platform GEO
Jeffries et al. [30] Sockeye salmon 16 control (14 °C) and 24 high temperature exposed (19 °C) fish for 1 week (Chronic) Gill GRASP16K (GPL2716) GSE33586
Jeffries et al. [9] Pink and Sockeye salmon 49 control (13–14 °C) and 49 high temperature exposed fish (19 °C) for 5–7 days (Chronic) Gill cGRASP44K (GPL11299) GSE42558
Quinn et al. [33] Arctic charr 6 control (6 °C) and 12 high temperature exposed (25 °C) fish for 6–8 h (Acute) Gill cGRASP32K (GPL10096) GSE26306
Quinn et al. [32] Arctic charr 10 control (6 °C) and 10 high temperature exposed (15–18 °C) fish for 72 h (Chronic) Gill   cGRASP32K (GPL10096) GSE29610
Anttila et al. [12] Sockeye salmon 4 control (12–13 °C) and 4 high temperature exposed fish (18–19 °C) for 3 days (Chronic) Heart muscle   GRASP16K (GPL3976) GSE50054
Lewis et al. [34] Rainbow trout 6 control (11–13 °C) and 6 high temperature exposed (25 °C) fish for 4 h and 24 h (Acute) Red blood cells   GRASP16K (GPL2716) GSE21084
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