Systematic name M7138
Brief description Genes up-regulated in splenic dendritic cells from IFNB1 [GeneID=3456] knockout mice: CD8A+ [GeneID=925] versus CD8A- [GeneID=925] populations.
Full description or abstract Type I Interferons encompasses a large family of closely related cytokines comprising of at least 13 IFN-? isotypes and single IFN-?. Both IFN-? and IFN-? exert their activity through a common receptor IFNAR. Type I Interferons have broad regulatory effects and various subtypes of dendritic cells are influenced by this cytokines. In our study we asked question whether the low, constitutive levels of type I Interferons produced under steady state conditions are important for proper function of splenic conventional dendritic cells.
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Source publication Pubmed 19581626   Authors: Zietara N,?yszkiewicz M,Gekara N,Pucha?ka J,Dos Santos VA,Hunt CR,Pandita TK,Lienenklaus S,Weiss S
Exact source GSE12392_2737_200_UP
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Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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