Chip type: ax13339
In Zhao X et al. (2004), the ax13339 chip type is referred to as "XbaI mapping array 130" (p 3061), which further indicates that this is an early version of the Mapping10K_Xba131 and the successor Mapping10K_Xba142.
> cdf <- AffymetrixCdfFile$byChipType("ax13339") > cdf AffymetrixCdfFile: Path: annotationData/chipTypes/ax13339 Filename: ax13339.CDF Filesize: 8.22MB Chip type: ax13339 RAM: 0.00MB File format: v4 (binary; XDA) Dimension: 712x712 Number of cells: 506944 Number of units: 10043 Cells per unit: 50.48 Number of QC units: 9
Comparing to the Mapping10K_Xba131 chip type, we note that they have the same dimensions but different number of units. This could mean that the two chip types ax13339 and Mapping10K_Xba131 are identical, but that the annotation has been updated.
All units are listed as 'CustomSeq' (unit type 1) units, whereas for the 10K SNP chips we should see 'Genotyping' (unit type 2) units:
> unitTypes <- getUnitTypes(cdf) > print(table(unitTypes)) unitTypes 1 10043
- CDF, dChip genome information file: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/cli/complab/dchip/snp.htm
- CDF, dChip genome information file & other genomic annotation files: http://research.dfci.harvard.edu/meyersonlab/snp/snp.htm (under 'Data download')
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[GEO-GPL3400] GEO, Platform GPL3400: Affymetrix GeneChip Mapping Pre-Release 10K Array (ax13339), August 29, 2006. URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/query/acc.cgi?acc=GPL3400
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