Human Gene Set: RPS14_DN.V1_UP

Standard name RPS14_DN.V1_UP
Systematic name M2816
Brief description Genes up-regulated in CD34+ hematopoietic progenitor cells after knockdown of RPS14 [GeneID=6208] by RNAi.
Full description or abstract We performed genome-wide expression profiling of cells infected with control or RPS14 shRNAs.
Collection C6: Oncogenic Signature
Source publication Pubmed 18202658   Authors: Ebert BL,Pretz J,Bosco J,Chang CY,Tamayo P,Galili N,Raza A,Root DE,Attar E,Ellis SR,Golub TR
Exact source RPS14 shRNA KD vs control; top 200 genes
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Contributed by Pablo Tamayo (Broad Institute)
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