Systematic name M9832
Brief description Genes down-regulated in at day 0 B cell IRF4-KO versus CD40L and IL-2 IL-4 IL-5 stimulated at day 3 B cell IRF4high.
Full description or abstract Temporal analysis of B cell activation in vitro using CD40L and IL-2/4/5 cytokines in wild type Irf4+/+ B cells or in mutant Irf4-/- B cells harboring a tet-inducible allele of Irf4. IRF4 expression was restored, or not, in the Irf4-/- background by culturing in the presence of low or high concentrations of doxycycline. The results provide insight in the role of IRF4 expression levels in coordinating different programs of B cell differentiation.
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Source publication Pubmed 23684984   Authors: Ochiai K,Maienschein-Cline M,Simonetti G,Chen J,Rosenthal R,Brink R,Chong AS,Klein U,Dinner AR,Singh H,Sciammas R
Exact source GSE46606_3711_200_DN
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