Twenty-Four Genes are Upregulated in Patients with Hypospadias.
Ankara, Turkey. In Balkan J Med Genet, 2013
Other genes that have not been previously reported were also found to be upregulated: BTG2, CD69, CD9, DUSP1, EGR1, EIF4A1, FOS, FOSB, HBEGF, HNRNPUL1, IER2, JUN, JUNB, KLF2, NR4A1, NR4A2, PTGS2, RGS1, RTN4, SLC25A25, SOCS3 and ZFP36 (p <0.05).
Gene profiling involved in immature CD4+ T lymphocyte responsible for systemic lupus erythematosus.
Anqing, China. In Mol Immunol, 2006
The genes functions were related to a diverse cellular process including: (1) most of these genes were associated with CD4+ T cells functions, particularly related to cellular developments; (2) Ras pathway genes as RANBP10, GMIP, RASGRP2 and ARL5 might be responsible for the abnormal development of CD4+ T cells of SLE; (3) HIG2, TCF7, KHSRP, WWP1, SMAD3, TLK2, AES, CCNI and PIM2 belong to Wnt/beta-catenin way, they could play roles in modulating proliferation and differentiation of T lymphocytes; (4) uncertain viral infections may initiate autoimmunity because high levels expression genes were detected in T4-1s such as TRIM22, IER2, ABCE1, DUT, G1P2, G1P3, HNRPUL1, EVER2, IFNAR1, TNFSF14, TMP21 and PVRL2; and (5) apoptosis relating genes as EIF3S8, SH3BGRL3, GPX4, TOSO, PFDN5, BIN1, XIAPAF1, TEGT and CUGBP2 may contribute to over uploading of selfantigens in SLE cells.
Patterns of gene expressions induced by arsenic trioxide in cultured human fibroblasts.
Marseille, France. In Toxicol Lett, 2003
In cultured human fibroblasts exposed for 24 h to micromolar arsenic concentrations, we studied, using real-time RT-PCR, the expression profile of a limited number of genes: genes coding for a stress protein (HSP70), transcription factors (cJUN, cFOS, ETR103, ETR101 and TTP) and cell cycle or DNA repair proteins (P21, GADD153).
The expression of genes induced in melanocytes by exposure to 365-nm UVA: study by cDNA arrays and real-time quantitative RT-PCR.
Marseille, France. In Biochim Biophys Acta, 2002
These genes included genes involved in cell cycle regulation (GADD45, CIP1/WAF1), in stress response (HSP70, HSP40, HSP86), in apoptosis (GADD153, tristetraproline) and genes encoding transcription factors (EGR-1, ETR-101, c-JUN, ATF4).
The reprogrammed host: Chlamydia trachomatis-induced up-regulation of glycoprotein 130 cytokines, transcription factors, and antiapoptotic genes.
Hannover, Germany. In Arthritis Rheum, 2001
RESULTS: Eighteen genes (of 1,176) were found to be up-regulated after 24 hours of infection with this obligate intracellular bacterium, among them the glycoprotein 130 family members IL-11 and LIF, the chemokine gene MIP2-alpha, the transcription factor genes EGR1, ETR101, FRA1, and c-jun, the apoptosis-related genes IEX-1L and MCL-1, adhesion molecule genes such as ICAM1, and various other functionally important genes.
Regulation of gene expression by muscarinic acetylcholine receptors.
Hamburg, Germany. In Biochem Soc Symp, 2000
These included the transcription factors Egr-1, Egr-2, Egr-3, c-Jun, Jun-D and Gos-3; the growth regulator hCyr61; the signalling factors NGFi-B (nerve growth factor induced gene-B) and Etr101; the unknown gene Gig-2 (for G-protein-coupled receptor induced gene 2); and the acetylcholinesterase gene (ACHE).