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  1. Jinfukang enhances the pro-apoptotic activity of cisplatin via activation of AIFM2 in human lung cancer cells BioProject

    ID: PRJEB13865

    Keywords: Other

    Access Type: download

  2. Jinfukang enhances the pro-apoptotic activity of cisplatin via activation of AIFM2 in human lung cancer cells ArrayExpress

    ID: E-MTAB-4671

    Description: ically, we observed JFK increases DDP-induced pro-apoptosis in A549 cells in a synergistic manner. Transcriptome profiling analysis indicated that combination of JFK and DDP regulates genes involved in apoptosis-related signaling pathways. Moreover, we found the combination of JFK and DDP produces synergistic pro-apoptosis effect in other lung cancer cell lines NCI-H1975, NCI-H1650 and NCI-H2228. Particularly, we demonstrated...

  3. AIFM2_XENLA UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: Q6GLW8

    Description: Apoptosis-inducing factor 2 Helical 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-...

  4. AIFM2_BOVIN UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: A5PJM4

    Description: Removed Apoptosis-inducing factor 2 Helical 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-...

  5. AIFM2_XENTR UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: B4F6I3

    Description: Apoptosis-inducing factor 2 Helical 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-...

  6. Gene analysis of flagellin-treated nasal mucosa of Duox2-/- mice BioProject

    ID: PRJNA135383

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: d with 1 μg/ml of flagellin for 4h. 422 genes (> 2 fold) were up-regulated in nasal mucosa of Duox2+/+ that was treated with flagellin and the full list of genes is presented in Supplemental Table II. These genes included the following defense- and immune response-related genes : Cytokine/chemokine-related genes (CCL20, CCR2, CCR5, CXCL2, CXCL5, ...
  7. Gene analysis of flagellin-treated nasal mucosa of Duox2-/- mice ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-26135

    Description: d with 1 μg/ml of flagellin for 4h. 422 genes (> 2 fold) were up-regulated in nasal mucosa of Duox2+/+ that was treated with flagellin and the full list of genes is presented in Supplemental Table II. These genes included the following defense- and immune response-related genes : Cytokine/chemokine-related genes (CCL20, CCR2, CCR5, CXCL2, CXCL5, ...

  8. AIFM2_TAEGU UniProt:Swiss-Prot

    ID: B5FXE5

    Description: Apoptosis-inducing factor 2 Helical 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-FAD 6-hydroxy-...

  9. Cocaine-induced changes in the gene expression GEMMA

    ID: 527

    Keywords: functional genomics

    Description: tion (real-time RT-PCR) to compare expressions of apoptosis-related genes in the cerebral wall of 18-day-old (E18) fetuses from cocaine-treated (20 mg/kg cocaine, s.c., b.i.d., E8th-E18th) and drug-naive (saline, s.c.) mice. Out of approximately 400 relevant genes in the arrays, 53 showed alterations in expression in cocaine-exposed fetuses. Upregulation was observed in 35 proapoptotic and 8 antiapoptotic genes; 4 proapoptotic and 6 antiapoptotic genes were down-regulated. The affected genes encode a wide range of apoptosis-related proteins, including death receptors (NTF-R1, NTF-R2, DR3, DR5, LTbeta-R, GITR, P57 TR-1) and their adaptor and regulatory proteins (MASGE-D1, TRAF-2, SIVA, MET, FLIP, FAIM, IAP1, ATFA), members of transcription regulatory pathways (JNK, NF-kappaB, P53), members of BCL-2 family of proteins (BID, BAD, BAX, BIK, NIP21, NIP3, NIX, BCL-2), DNA damage sensor (PARP-1), caspases and their substrates and regulatory proteins (caspases 8, 4, 9, and 3, ACINUS, CIDE-A, CIDE-B, GAS2), mitochondrially released factors (cytochrome c, AIF, PRG3), specific endoplasmic reticulum- and oxidative stress-associated factors (BACH2, ABL1, ALG2, CHOP), members of cell survival AKT and HSP70 pathways (PIK3GA, PTEN, HSP70, BAG1, BAG2), and others. This suggests that cocaine affects survival of developing cerebral cells via multiple apoptosis-regulating mechanisms. Last Updated (by provider): Jan 17 2007 Contributers: Michael S Lidow Irina Badan Svetlana I Novikova Jie Bai Irina A Lidow Fang He...

  10. Gene analysis of flagellin-treated nasal mucosa of Duox2-/- mice OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-26135

    Date Released: 01-13-2014

    Description: d with 1 μg/ml of flagellin for 4h. 422 genes (> 2 fold) were up-regulated in nasal mucosa of Duox2+/+ that was treated with flagellin and the full list of genes is presented in Supplemental Table II. These genes included the following defense- and immune response-related genes : Cytokine/chemokine-related genes (CCL20, CCR2, CCR5, CXCL2, CXCL5, ...

  11. Transcription profiling of mouse brain from animals treated with cocaine vs controls ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-6628

    Description: tion (real-time RT-PCR) to compare expressions of apoptosis-related genes in the cerebral wall of 18-day-old (E18) fetuses from cocaine-treated (20 mg/kg cocaine, s.c., b.i.d., E8th-E18th) and drug-naive (saline, s.c.) mice. Out of approximately 400 relevant genes in the arrays, 53 showed alterations in expression in cocaine-exposed fetuses. Upregulation was observed in 35 proapoptotic and 8 antiapoptotic genes; 4 proapoptotic and 6 antiapoptotic genes were down-regulated. The affected genes encode a wide range of apoptosis-related proteins, including death receptors (NTF-R1, NTF-R2, DR3, DR5, LTbeta-R, GITR, P57 TR-1) and their adaptor and regulatory proteins (MASGE-D1, TRAF-2, SIVA, MET, FLIP, FAIM, IAP1, ATFA), members of transcription regulatory pathways (JNK, NF-kappaB, P53), members of BCL-2 family of proteins (BID, BAD, BAX, BIK, NIP21, NIP3, NIX, BCL-2), DNA damage sensor (PARP-1), caspases and their substrates and regulatory proteins (caspases 8, 4, 9, and 3, ACINUS, CIDE-A, CIDE-B, GAS2), mitochondrially released factors (cytochrome c, AIF, PRG3), specific endoplasmic reticulum- and oxidative stress-associated factors (BACH2, ABL1, ALG2, CHOP), members of cell survival AKT and HSP70 pathways (PIK3GA, PTEN, HSP70, BAG1, BAG2), and others. This suggests that cocaine affects survival of developing cerebral cells via multiple apoptosis-regulating mechanisms. Experiment Overall Design: Animals Experiment Overall Design: Timed pregnant Swiss Webster (CFW; Charles River Experiment Overall Design: Lab. Wilmington, MA) dams were maintained in individual Experiment Overall Design: cages in a climate-controlled room on a 12/12-h light/ Experiment Overall Design: dark cycle. They were divided into two groups. The first Experiment Overall Design: (experimental) group received subcutaneous (at the dorsum Experiment Overall Design: of the neck) injections of 20 mg/kg cocaine hydrochloride Experiment Overall Design: (Research Technology Branch, National Institute Experiment Overall De...

  12. Cocaine-induced changes in the gene expression BioProject

    ID: PRJNA98855

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: tion (real-time RT-PCR) to compare expressions of apoptosis-related genes in the cerebral wall of 18-day-old (E18) fetuses from cocaine-treated (20 mg/kg cocaine, s.c., b.i.d., E8th-E18th) and drug-naive (saline, s.c.) mice. Out of approximately 400 relevant genes in the arrays, 53 showed alterations in expression in cocaine-exposed fetuses. Upregulation was observed in 35 proapoptotic and 8 antiapoptotic genes; 4 proapoptotic and 6 antiapoptotic genes were down-regulated. The affected genes encode a wide range of apoptosis-related proteins, including death receptors (NTF-R1, NTF-R2, DR3, DR5, LTbeta-R, GITR, P57 TR-1) and their adaptor and regulatory proteins (MASGE-D1, TRAF-2, SIVA, MET, FLIP, FAIM, IAP1, ATFA), members of transcription regulatory pathways (JNK, NF-kappaB, P53), members of BCL-2 family of proteins (BID, BAD, BAX, BIK, NIP21, NIP3, NIX, BCL-2), DNA damage sensor (PARP-1), caspases and their substrates and regulatory proteins (caspases 8, 4, 9, and 3, ACINUS, CIDE-A, CIDE-B, GAS2), mitochondrially released factors (cytochrome c, AIF, PRG3), specific endoplasmic reticulum- and oxidative stress-associated factors (BACH2, ABL1, ALG2, CHOP), members of cell survival AKT and HSP70 pathways (PIK3GA, PTEN, HSP70, BAG1, BAG2), and others. This suggests that cocaine affects survival of developing cerebral cells via multiple apoptosis-regulating mechanisms. Keywords: Whole genome oligo microarray, Real time RT-PCR, gene expression analysis Overall design: Animals Timed pregnant Swiss Webster (CFW; Charles River Lab. Wilmington, MA) dams were maintained in individual cages in a climate-controlled room on a 12/12-h light/ dark cycle. They were divided into two groups. The first (experimental) group received subcutaneous (at the dorsum of the neck) injections of 20 mg/kg cocaine hydrochloride (Research Technology Branch, National Institute of Drug Abuse, Rockville, MD) dissolved in 200 mkl of 0.9% saline, twice a day (at 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM) from 8th through 18th day of pre...
  13. Transcription profiling of mouse brain from animals treated with cocaine vs controls OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-6628

    Date Released: 05-02-2014

    Description: tion (real-time RT-PCR) to compare expressions of apoptosis-related genes in the cerebral wall of 18-day-old (E18) fetuses from cocaine-treated (20 mg/kg cocaine, s.c., b.i.d., E8th-E18th) and drug-naive (saline, s.c.) mice. Out of approximately 400 relevant genes in the arrays, 53 showed alterations in expression in cocaine-exposed fetuses. Upregulation was observed in 35 proapoptotic and 8 antiapoptotic genes; 4 proapoptotic and 6 antiapoptotic genes were down-regulated. The affected genes encode a wide range of apoptosis-related proteins, including death receptors (NTF-R1, NTF-R2, DR3, DR5, LTbeta-R, GITR, P57 TR-1) and their adaptor and regulatory proteins (MASGE-D1, TRAF-2, SIVA, MET, FLIP, FAIM, IAP1, ATFA), members of transcription regulatory pathways (JNK, NF-kappaB, P53), members of BCL-2 family of proteins (BID, BAD, BAX, BIK, NIP21, NIP3, NIX, BCL-2), DNA damage sensor (PARP-1), caspases and their substrates and regulatory proteins (caspases 8, 4, 9, and 3, ACINUS, CIDE-A, CIDE-B, GAS2), mitochondrially released factors (cytochrome c, AIF, PRG3), specific endoplasmic reticulum- and oxidative stress-associated factors (BACH2, ABL1, ALG2, CHOP), members of cell survival AKT and HSP70 pathways (PIK3GA, PTEN, HSP70, BAG1, BAG2), and others. This suggests that cocaine affects survival of developing cerebral cells via multiple apoptosis-regulating mechanisms. Experiment Overall Design: Animals Experiment Overall Design: Timed pregnant Swiss Webster (CFW; Charles River Experiment Overall Design: Lab. Wilmington, MA) dams were maintained in individual Experiment Overall Design: cages in a climate-controlled room on a 12/12-h light/ Experiment Overall Design: dark cycle. They were divided into two groups. The first Experiment Overall Design: (experimental) group received subcutaneous (at the dorsum Experiment Overall Design: of the neck) injections of 20 mg/kg cocaine hydrochloride Experiment Overall Design: (Research Technology Branch, National Institute Experiment Overall De...


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