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Probe

Information about probes used to detect targets.

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Properties

Channelprobe.channel_labelfile_copy (array) Channel label used to assay signal. For example "1" or "A".
Fluorophoreprobe.fluorophorefile_copy (array) Fluorophore used to detect target. For example "Cy5" or "Alexa 488".
Probe labelRequiredprobe.probe_labelfile_copy (string) The label of a probe used to detect target in this experiment. For example "ACTA1" or "cFos".
Probe sequenceprobe.probe_sequencefile_copy (string) Sequence of a probe used to detect target. For example "AGGCTATAGCGGAGCTACG" or "aggctatagcggagctacg".
Target label in codebookprobe.target_codebook_labelfile_copy (string) A label used in the codebook for the target. For example "AKT1" or "CFOS".
Target labelRequiredprobe.target_labelfile_copy (string) An identifier for the target molecule. For example "CHEBI:85345" or "ENSG00000170345".
Target nameprobe.target_namefile_copy (string) The name of the target molecule. For example "ACTA1_exon1" or "nuclear cFos".
Probe>Assay typeRequired (process_type_ontology object) Type of assay used to detect target. For example "MERFISH" or "in situ sequencing".
Process type ontology IDprobe.assay_type.ontologyfile_copy (string from process_type_ontology) An ontology term identifier in the form prefix:accession. For example "EFO:0009128" or "EFO:0009121".Graph restriction: Subclasses of EFO:0002694 from obo:efo.
Process type ontology labelprobe.assay_type.ontology_labelfile_copy (string from process_type_ontology) The preferred label for the ontology term referred to in the ontology field. This may differ from the user-supplied value in the text field. For example "enzymatic dissociation" or "blood draw".
Process typeRequiredprobe.assay_type.textfile_copy (string from process_type_ontology) The name of a process type being used. For example "enzymatic dissociation" or "blood draw".
Probe>Probe construction reagents (purchased_reagents object) Name of reagents used to construct the probe.
Catalog numberprobe.probe_reagents.catalog_numberfile_copy (string from purchased_reagents) The catalog number of the kit/reagent. For example "20014279".
Expiry dateprobe.probe_reagents.expiry_datefile_copy (string from purchased_reagents) The date of expiration for the kit/reagent. For example "2018-01-31" or "2018-01".
Titerprobe.probe_reagents.kit_titerfile_copy (string from purchased_reagents) Appropriate titer and volume recommendations found in kit/reagent Certificate of Analysis. For example "3.0x10^7".
Batch/lot numberprobe.probe_reagents.lot_numberfile_copy (string from purchased_reagents) The batch or lot number of the kit/reagent. For example "10001A".
Manufacturerprobe.probe_reagents.manufacturerfile_copy (string from purchased_reagents) The manufacturer of the kit/reagent. For example "Illumina" or "ThermoFisher Scientific".
Retail nameprobe.probe_reagents.retail_namefile_copy (string from purchased_reagents) The retail name of the kit/reagent. For example "SureCell WTA 3' Library Prep Kit" or "CytoTune iPS 2.0 Sendai Reprogramming Kit".
Probe>Target subcellular structure (cellular_component_ontology object) Target subcellular structure.
Subcellular structure ontology IDprobe.subcellular_structure.ontologyfile_copy (string from cellular_component_ontology) An ontology term identifier in the form prefix:accession. For example "GO:0005737" or "GO:0005634".Graph restriction: Subclasses of GO:0005575 from obo:hcao or obo:go.
Subcellular structure ontology labelprobe.subcellular_structure.ontology_labelfile_copy (string from cellular_component_ontology) The preferred label for the ontology term referred to in the ontology field. This may differ from the user-supplied value in the text field. For example "cytoplasm" or "nucleus".
Subcellular structureRequiredprobe.subcellular_structure.textfile_copy (string from cellular_component_ontology) The name of a subcellular structure. For example "cytoplasm" or "nucleus".

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This module is used by the following properties: