pcr_results

Name PCR_Results.txt
Type multiple
Schema Version 3.34
Description The qRT-PCR experiment sample template defines and annotates the assay results for a sample by linking sample, experiment, and results together. More than one analyte's results per assayed sample may be reported by copying at least the group of columns 'Entrez Gene ID' and 'Threshold Cycles(ct)' needed to describe each assay result.
Template ColumnRequiredDescription
Expsample ID True The experiment sample identifier must be stored in ImmPort or in the experimentsamples.txt template.
Gene Symbol Name True The NCBI Gene symbol for the gene being assayed. Please select a gene symbol from the list provided if the gene symbol matches your symbol or enter a symbol if there is not an appropriate one provided. This symbol is visible when the result is shared. If the gene symbol is a NCBI Gene Symbol that is provided in the list, then the columns 'Gene Name' and 'Gene ID' will also be overwritten by the gene name and Entrez Gene ID provided by NCBI.
Value Reported True This value could be absolute or relative. For example, an absolute expression value could be 6 ng RNA/mg intestine. In this case, 6 should be entered in the 'Expression value of target RNA' column, while ng RNA/ mg intestine is in the 'Expression unit of target RNA' column. A relative expression value, like signal versus GAPDH, could be 2.07. In this case, 2.07 should be in the 'Expression value of target RNA' column, while relative to GAPDH is in the 'Expression unit of target RNA' column.
Unit Reported True The unit for the Expression Value Of Target Nucleic ACID. Please select a unit from the list provided if the unit matches your unit or enter a unit if there is not an appropriate one provided.
Gene ID False The NCBI Gene ID for the gene being assayed. A number is expected.
Gene Name False The NCBI Gene name for the gene being assayed.
Other Gene Accession False Additional identifier(s) for the gene being assayed.
Comments False Comments captures additional descriptive information.
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