Human Gene Set: GSE42021_TCONV_PLN_VS_CD24INT_TCONV_THYMUS_DN


Standard name GSE42021_TCONV_PLN_VS_CD24INT_TCONV_THYMUS_DN
Systematic name M9603
Brief description Genes down-regulated in T conv: peripheral lymph nodes versus thymic CD24 int [GeneID=100133941].
Full description or abstract We investigated at which stage of maturation commitment to a stable Foxp3-expressing phenotype takes place. We assessed stability of Foxp3 expression in thymic Foxp3+ Treg subsets of different maturity, defined by CD24 expression. Next we compared gene expression profiles of Foxp3+ Treg subsets (+) of different maturity (24lo, 24int, 24hi) and could identify a set of genes that were specifically up or downregulated in Foxp3+ Tregs, but not in Foxp3- conventional T cells, in a maturation-dependent manner.
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Source publication Pubmed 23420886   Authors: Toker A,Engelbert D,Garg G,Polansky JK,Floess S,Miyao T,Baron U,Düber S,Geffers R,Giehr P,Schallenberg S,Kretschmer K,Olek S,Walter J,Weiss S,Hori S,Hamann A,Huehn J
Exact source GSE42021_3794_200_DN
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Organism Mus musculus
Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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