Systematic name M6791
Brief description Genes down-regulated in lymph node B lymphocytes: influenza infection versus un-infected.
Full description or abstract Influenza virus infection-induced gene expression changes of regional B cells are mediated at least in part through type I Interferon: Our objective is to determine whether the influenza virus-infection induced gene expression changes in regional lymph node B cells are facilitated at least in part through type I interferon. Our specific aim is to compare the gene expression profile of highly FACS-purified B cells in the regional lymph nodes of wildtype and IFNR-/- mice prior to and 48h following infection with influenza virus infection and to contrast this expression profile with that of FACS-purified wildtype B cells activated in vitro with IFN-beta +/- anti-CD86 for 12h.
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Source publication Pubmed 17237394   Authors: Chang WL,Coro ES,Rau FC,Xiao Y,Erle DJ,Baumgarth N
Exact source GSE3203_2808_200_DN
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Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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