Human Gene Set: GSE29618_BCELL_VS_MDC_DAY7_FLU_VACCINE_UP

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Standard name GSE29618_BCELL_VS_MDC_DAY7_FLU_VACCINE_UP
Systematic name M4961
Brief description Genes up-regulated in comparison of B cells from influenza vaccinee at day 7 post-vaccination versus myeloid dendritic cells (mDC) at day 7 post-vaccination.
Full description or abstract Systems vaccinology has emerged as an interdisciplinary field that combines systems wide measurements and network and predictive modeling applied to vaccinology. Here we used the systems vaccinology approach to study the molecular mechanisms underlying th
Collection C7: Immunologic Signature
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Source publication Pubmed 21743478   Authors: Nakaya HI,Wrammert J,Lee EK,Racioppi L,Marie-Kunze S,Haining WN,Means AR,Kasturi SP,Khan N,Li GM,McCausland M,Kanchan V,Kokko KE,Li S,Elbein R,Mehta AK,Aderem A,Subbarao K,Ahmed R,Pulendran B
Exact source GSE29618_2181_200_UP
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Organism Homo sapiens
Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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