Systematic name M310
Brief description Genes down-regulated in primary bronchial epithelial cells stimulated with: IL22 [GeneID=50616] versus IL17A [GeneID=3605].
Full description or abstract Primary HBE cells were stimulated with IL-22 and IL-17, and gene expression was studied using an Affymetrix platform microarray, in order to investigate which genes may be upregulated or downregulated in response to these cytokines. Of particular interest was the host defense genes such as antimicrobial peptides, which have been shown to be upregulated by IL-22 and IL-17 in skin keratinocytes.
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Source publication Pubmed 18264110   Authors: Aujla SJ,Chan YR,Zheng M,Fei M,Askew DJ,Pociask DA,Reinhart TA,McAllister F,Edeal J,Gaus K,Husain S,Kreindler JL,Dubin PJ,Pilewski JM,Myerburg MM,Mason CA,Iwakura Y,Kolls JK
Exact source GSE10240_2955_200_DN
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