Systematic name M6316
Brief description Genes up-regulated in macrophages: control versus Sendai virus infection.
Full description or abstract Thus, mouse macrophage cultures were established from PBMCs isolated from wild-type control mice and were inoculated with SeV (Sendai virus) or UV-SeV (UV-inactivated SeV). These microarrays were performed in concert with assays of CCL5 and CCR5 expression, viral replication, and cellular apoptosis. Initial experiments indicated that wild-type mouse macrophages inoculated with SeV exhibit induction of CCL5 mRNA to the highest level of any known mouse gene product, while mRNA levels for CCL5 receptors (CCR5 as well as CCR3 and CCR1) or alternative ligands for these receptors (CCL3 and CCL4) were relatively unchanged by viral infection.
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Source publication Pubmed 16208318   Authors: Tyner JW,Uchida O,Kajiwara N,Kim EY,Patel AC,O'Sullivan MP,Walter MJ,Schwendener RA,Cook DN,Danoff TM,Holtzman MJ
Exact source GSE2935_2664_200_UP
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Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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