Standard name GSE32423_CTRL_VS_IL4_MEMORY_CD8_TCELL_DN
Systematic name M5086
Brief description Genes down-regulated in comparison of memory CD8 T cells versus those treated with IL4 [GeneID=3565].
Full description or abstract Effects of IL-4 on CD8 T cells functions are largely unknown. IL-4 induces survival and proliferation of CD8 T cells, but several studies suggest that IL-4 could also affect several functions of CD8 T cells such as cytotoxicity. Our team has shown that IL-4 repress the expression of Ccl5 in vitro. To define more precisely the impact of IL-4 on CD8 T cells, we performed a whole genome expression microarray analysis of naive and memory CD8 T cells cultured in presence or absence of IL-4. This approach allowed us to define the IL4-gene-expression signature on CD8 T cells.
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Source publication Pubmed 22942430   Authors: Ventre E,Brinza L,Schicklin S,Mafille J,Coupet CA,Marçais A,Djebali S,Jubin V,Walzer T,Marvel J
Exact source GSE32423_1399_200_DN
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Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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