Systematic name M4564
Brief description Genes down-regulated in comparison of adult thymic progenitors versus adult DN3 thymocytes.
Full description or abstract Development of T-cells provides a unique opportunity to study cell-fate determination due to the accessability and the well defined stages of developmental stages. In order to understand the genetic programs underlying fetal and adult T?cell fate specification we subjected highly purified fetal and adult T-cell progenitor populations to a genome?wide transcriptional analysis. The aim was to identify molecular elements that govern T-cell fate specification as a whole but ultimately to isolate elements that were specific for a given population in a specific developmental window.
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Source publication Pubmed 22581009   Authors: Belyaev NN,Biró J,Athanasakis D,Fernandez-Reyes D,Potocnik AJ
Exact source GSE24142_2152_200_DN
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Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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