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  1. Prognostic analysis of mantle cell lymphoma genomes ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-13331

    Description: within these altered regions and determined that CCNI and CCNG2 may be important in MCL pathogenesis (P = 0.0201 and P = 0.0292, respectively). Our findings reinforce the hypothesis that cell cycle deregulation and apoptosis are key factors in MCL pathogenesis. Array CGH, Long-SAGE, and qPCR were utilized to determine regions of the genome that have prognostic significance when altered in copy number in MCL....

  2. Identification of novel androgen-responsive genes by sequencing of LongSAGE libraries ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-18401

    Description: IP5, BLVRB, C19orf48, C1orf122, C6orf66, CAMK2N1, CCNI, DERA, ERRFI1, GLUL, GOLPH3, HM13, HSP90B1, MANEA, NANS, NIPSNAP3A, SLC41A1, SOD1, SVIP, TAOK3, TCP1, TMEM66, USP33, and VTA1. The physiological relevance of these expression trends was evaluated in vivo using the LNCaP Hollow Fibre model. Novel androgen-responsive genes identified here participate in protein synthesis and trafficking, response to oxidative stress, transcription, proliferation, apoptosis, and differentiation. Conclusions: These processes may represent the molecular mechanisms of androgen-dependency of the prostate. Genes that participate in these pathways may be targets for therapies or biomarkers of prostate cancer. There are 2 samples. R1881 is the androgen/test sample. Vehicle is the ethanol/control sample....

  3. Prognostic analysis of mantle cell lymphoma genomes BioProject

    ID: PRJNA109847

    Keywords: Other

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    dataset.description: within these altered regions and determined that CCNI and CCNG2 may be important in MCL pathogenesis (P = 0.0201 and P = 0.0292, respectively). Our findings reinforce the hypothesis that cell cycle deregulation and apoptosis are key factors in MCL pathogenesis. Overall design: Array CGH, Long-SAGE, and qPCR were utilized to determine regions of the genome that have prognostic significance when altered in copy number in MCL....
  4. Prognostic analysis of mantle cell lymphoma genomes OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-13331

    Date Released: 05-04-2014

    Description: within these altered regions and determined that CCNI and CCNG2 may be important in MCL pathogenesis (P = 0.0201 and P = 0.0292, respectively). Our findings reinforce the hypothesis that cell cycle deregulation and apoptosis are key factors in MCL pathogenesis. Array CGH, Long-SAGE, and qPCR were utilized to determine regions of the genome that have prognostic significance when altered in copy number in MCL....

  5. Identification of novel androgen-responsive genes by sequencing of LongSAGE libraries BioProject

    ID: PRJNA118245

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: IP5, BLVRB, C19orf48, C1orf122, C6orf66, CAMK2N1, CCNI, DERA, ERRFI1, GLUL, GOLPH3, HM13, HSP90B1, MANEA, NANS, NIPSNAP3A, SLC41A1, SOD1, SVIP, TAOK3, TCP1, TMEM66, USP33, and VTA1. The physiological relevance of these expression trends was evaluated in vivo using the LNCaP Hollow Fibre model. Novel androgen-responsive genes identified here participate in protein synthesis and trafficking, response to oxidative stress, transcription, proliferation, apoptosis, and differentiation. Conclusions: These processes may represent the molecular mechanisms of androgen-dependency of the prostate. Genes that participate in these pathways may be targets for therapies or biomarkers of prostate cancer. Overall design: There are 2 samples. R1881 is the androgen/test sample. Vehicle is the ethanol/control sample....
  6. Identification of novel androgen-responsive genes by sequencing of LongSAGE libraries OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-18401

    Date Released: 03-27-2012

    Description: IP5, BLVRB, C19orf48, C1orf122, C6orf66, CAMK2N1, CCNI, DERA, ERRFI1, GLUL, GOLPH3, HM13, HSP90B1, MANEA, NANS, NIPSNAP3A, SLC41A1, SOD1, SVIP, TAOK3, TCP1, TMEM66, USP33, and VTA1. The physiological relevance of these expression trends was evaluated in vivo using the LNCaP Hollow Fibre model. Novel androgen-responsive genes identified here participate in protein synthesis and trafficking, response to oxidative stress, transcription, proliferation, apoptosis, and differentiation. Conclusions: These processes may represent the molecular mechanisms of androgen-dependency of the prostate. Genes that participate in these pathways may be targets for therapies or biomarkers of prostate cancer. There are 2 samples. R1881 is the androgen/test sample. Vehicle is the ethanol/control sample....


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