Systematic name M432
Brief description Genes down-regulated in neutrophils isolated from: healthy versus patients with peridontitis.
Full description or abstract Peripheral blood neutrophils from periodontitis patients exhibit a hyper-reactive and hyper-active phenotype (collectively termed hyper-responsivity) in terms of production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) however the molecular basis for this observation is yet to be determined. Our objectives were to identify genes differentially expressed in hyper-responsive peripheral blood neutrophils from chronic periodontitis patients relative to periodontally healthy controls and use this data to identify potential contributory pathways to the hyper-responsive neutrophil phenotype.
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Source publication Pubmed 18832737   Authors: Wright HJ,Matthews JB,Chapple IL,Ling-Mountford N,Cooper PR
Exact source GSE12484_2752_200_DN
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Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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