Human Gene Set: MTOR_UP.N4.V1_UP

Standard name MTOR_UP.N4.V1_UP
Systematic name M2757
Brief description Genes up-regulated in CEM-C1 cells (T-CLL) in comparison of control vs rapamycin (sirolimus) [PubChem=6610346], an mTOR pathway inhibitor.
Full description or abstract CEM-C1 cells were treated with 10 nM rapamycin or DMSO and harvested for microarray analysis at 24 hours
Collection C6: Oncogenic Signature
Source publication Pubmed 17010674   Authors: Wei G,Twomey D,Lamb J,Schlis K,Agarwal J,Stam RW,Opferman JT,Sallan SE,den Boer ML,Pieters R,Golub TR,Armstrong SA
Exact source contol (DMSO) vs 24h of rapamycin treatment; top 200 genes (diff. of means)
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