Human Gene Set: GSE3982_CTRL_VS_IGE_STIM_MAST_CELL_UP


Standard name GSE3982_CTRL_VS_IGE_STIM_MAST_CELL_UP
Systematic name M5365
Brief description Genes up-regulated in comparison of untreated mast cells versus mast cells treated with IgE at 2 h.
Full description or abstract In the present study we used Affymetrix oligonucleotide microarrays to produce gene transcription profiles for the major leukocyte types in humans. This comprehensive dataset enabled us to not only establish which genes were expressed in each leukocyte type, but also which genes were expressed in each subset after activation. The used of a comprehensive dataset of gene profiles from all the major human leukocyte subsets enabled a novel and powerful means for identification of genes associated with single leukocyte subsets, or different immune paradigms.
Collection C7: Immunologic Signature
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Source publication Pubmed 16474395   Authors: Jeffrey KL,Brummer T,Rolph MS,Liu SM,Callejas NA,Grumont RJ,Gillieron C,Mackay F,Grey S,Camps M,Rommel C,Gerondakis SD,Mackay CR
Exact source GSE3982_1762_200_UP
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Organism Homo sapiens
Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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