Human Gene Set: GSE41867_DAY6_VS_DAY15_LCMV_CLONE13_EFFECTOR_CD8_TCELL_UP


Standard name GSE41867_DAY6_VS_DAY15_LCMV_CLONE13_EFFECTOR_CD8_TCELL_UP
Systematic name M9512
Brief description Genes up-regulated in CD8 T effector cells during chronic infection with LCMV-Clone 13: day 6 versus day 15.
Full description or abstract During acute viral infections, na´ve CD8+ T cells differentiate into effector CD8+ T cells and, after viral control, into memory CD8+ T cells. Memory CD8+ T cells are highly functional, proliferate rapidly upon reinfection and persist long-term without antigen. In contrast, during chronic infections, CD8+ T cells become ?exhausted? and have poor effector function, express multiple inhibitory receptors, possess low proliferative capacity, and cannot persist without antigen. To compare the development of functional memory T cells with poorly functional exhausted T cells, we generated longitudinal transcriptional profiles for each.
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Source publication Pubmed 23159438   Authors: Doering TA,Crawford A,Angelosanto JM,Paley MA,Ziegler CG,Wherry EJ
Exact source GSE41867_1603_200_UP
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Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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Version history 7.3: Moved to ImmuneSigDB sub-collection.

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