Table 2. Demographic information on datasets used for data‐mining
Study GSE no.Age groupAge meanAge rangeSexTotalTime when sampledArray GPL no.References
MF
28750Adult6038–826410≤ 24 h570Sutherland et al (2011)
13015Adult5540–81111829Time of diagnosis6947Pankla et al (2009)
10474Adult5818–83181634≤ 48 h571Howrylak et al (2009)
40586Adult5937–758715≤ 48 h6244Lill et al (2013)
57065Adult6329–8419928~ 30 min after onset shock570Cazalis et al (2014)
33341Adult5824–91312051Time of diagnosis571Ahn et al (2013)
4607Child89–1112618≤ 24 h570Cvijanovich et al (2008)
9692Child75–9628≤ 24 h570Cvijanovich et al (2008)
26440Child85–11181028≤ 24 h570Wynn et al (2011)
26378Child85–10181028≤ 24 h570Wynn et al (2011)
13904Child75–105611≤ 24 h570Wong et al (2009)
40586Child87–8202≤ 48 h6244Lill et al (2013)
Summary
Adult5918–919374167
Child85–11613495
  • The GEO database was queried to identify microarray transcriptome datasets from sepsis whole blood samples of adults and children. Samples from patients aged 18–91 comprised the adult group and patients aged 5–11 comprised the children's group. The table above specifies each study GSE no., age category, age mean, age range, the number of male or female patients, the timing of sample acquisition in the sepsis course, the array GPL no., and the reference used to access the original study.