Human Gene Set: GSE32164_ALTERNATIVELY_ACT_M2_VS_CMYC_INHIBITED_MACROPHAGE_UP

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Standard name GSE32164_ALTERNATIVELY_ACT_M2_VS_CMYC_INHIBITED_MACROPHAGE_UP
Systematic name M8528
Brief description Genes up-regulated in macrophages: alternatively activated M2 versus MYC [GeneID=4609] inhibited.
Full description or abstract In response to microenvironmental signals macrophages undergo different activation, indicated as classic/M1 and alternative/M2 polarization. C-Myc transcription factor could be an essential player in M2 polarization. Functional relevance of c-Myc in M2 macrophage biology is investigated by evaluating the effect of 100-58F4, on the transcriptional profile induced on human macrophages by IL-4.
Collection C7: Immunologic Signature
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Source publication Pubmed 22067385   Authors: Pello OM,De Pizzol M,Mirolo M,Soucek L,Zammataro L,Amabile A,Doni A,Nebuloni M,Swigart LB,Evan GI,Mantovani A,Locati M
Exact source GSE32164_3502_200_UP
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Organism Homo sapiens
Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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