Human Gene Set: GSE16385_ROSIGLITAZONE_IL4_VS_IFNG_TNF_STIM_MACROPHAGE_DN


Standard name GSE16385_ROSIGLITAZONE_IL4_VS_IFNG_TNF_STIM_MACROPHAGE_DN
Systematic name M8025
Brief description Genes down-regulated in macrophages (12h): rosiglitazone [PubChem=77999] and IL4 [GeneID=3565] versus IFNG and TNF [GeneID=3458;7124].
Full description or abstract Human CD14 positive monocytes were purified from healthy volunteers? blood and cultured in vitro for 4, 12, 24, 72 hours. While culturing, macrophages were activated alternatively with interleukin-4 (IL-4 100 ng/ml) or classically with interferon-gamma (IFNg 100 ng/ml)+tumor necrosis factor (TNF 50 ng/ml) or left without activation. Simultaneously, macrophages were also treated with vehicle (DMSO:ethanol) or 1mM synthetic PPARg agonist, Rosiglitazone. We used Affymetrix microarrays (U133Plus 2.0) to analyze activation and PPARg-induced gene expression changes.
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Source publication Pubmed 21093321   Authors: Szanto A,Balint BL,Nagy ZS,Barta E,Dezso B,Pap A,Szeles L,Poliska S,Oros M,Evans RM,Barak Y,Schwabe J,Nagy L
Exact source GSE16385_2276_200_DN
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Organism Homo sapiens
Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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