Human Gene Set: KENNEDY_PBMC_DRYVAX_AGE_18_50YO_STIMULATED_VS_UNSTIMULATED_1_TO_48MO_TOP_DEG_UP

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Standard name KENNEDY_PBMC_DRYVAX_AGE_18_50YO_STIMULATED_VS_UNSTIMULATED_1_TO_48MO_TOP_DEG_UP
Systematic name M41188
Brief description Genes up-regulated in peripheral blood mononuclear cell stimulated vs unstimulated in adults (18-40) after exposure to Dryvax , time point 1 to 48M. Comment: top differentially expressed genes, more avail in Suppl Materials
Full description or abstract Despite its eradication over 30 years ago, smallpox (as well as other orthopox viruses) remains a pathogen of interest both in terms of biodefense and for its use as a vector for vaccines and immunotherapies. Here we describe the application of mRNA-Seq transcriptome profiling to understanding immune responses in smallpox vaccine recipients. Contrary to other studies examining gene expression in virally infected cell lines, we utilized a mixed population of peripheral blood mononuclear cells in order to capture the essential intercellular interactions that occur in vivo, and would otherwise be lost, using single cell lines or isolated primary cell subsets. In this mixed cell population we were able to detect expression of all annotated vaccinia genes. On the host side, a number of genes encoding cytokines, chemokines, complement factors and intracellular signaling molecules were downregulated upon viral infection, whereas genes encoding histone proteins and the interferon response were upregulated. We also identified a small number of genes that exhibited significantly different expression profiles in subjects with robust humoral immunity compared with those with weaker humoral responses. Our results provide evidence that differential gene regulation patterns may be at work in individuals with robust humoral immunity compared with those with weaker humoral immune responses.
Collection C7: Immunologic Signature
      VAX: HIPC Vaccine Response
Source publication Pubmed 23594957   Authors: Kennedy RB,Oberg AL,Ovsyannikova IG,Haralambieva IH,Grill D,Poland GA
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External links https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3723701/table/T1/
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Organism Homo sapiens
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