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  1. EpCAM knock-down in FaDu head and neck carcinoma cells ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-37257

    Description: protein 5, protocadherin 10, dickkopf homolog 2, MMP24, SPARC, Myst3, ErbB4, MMP12, WISP2, MMP7, Nanos1, WNT9A, and the counter-regulated genes for MMP11, fibronectin 1, DACT3, WNT2B, WNT5A, APC2, Spondin 1, and cateninĪ±2. All genes except for protocadherin 10, Myst3, ErbB4, and WNT2B were validated in RT-PCR assays. Since several matrix metalloproteases were regulated after EpCAM knock-down and EpCAM is known to correlate with invasion, we chose this protein family for in-depth analysis. Matrix metalloprotease 7 (MMP-7) is a soluble factor, which, unlike other family members, is preferentially expressed in epithelial cells (Wilson, et al., 1995). Since EpCAM also displays highest expression in epithelia, we chose to proceed with the analysis of MMP7. SiRNA-mediated knock-down of EpCAM resulted in a comparable 50% down-regulation of MMP7 mRNA levels in RT-PCR and qPCR. Comparison of FaDu cells expressing EpCam vs FaDu cells with downregulated EpCam...

  2. EpCAM knock-down in FaDu head and neck carcinoma cells BioProject

    ID: PRJNA159229

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

    Access Type: download

    dataset.description: protein 5, protocadherin 10, dickkopf homolog 2, MMP24, SPARC, Myst3, ErbB4, MMP12, WISP2, MMP7, Nanos1, WNT9A, and the counter-regulated genes for MMP11, fibronectin 1, DACT3, WNT2B, WNT5A, APC2, Spondin 1, and cateninĪ±2. All genes except for protocadherin 10, Myst3, ErbB4, and WNT2B were validated in RT-PCR assays. Since several matrix metalloproteases were regulated after EpCAM knock-down and EpCAM is known to correlate with invasion, we chose this protein family for in-depth analysis. Matrix metalloprotease 7 (MMP-7) is a soluble factor, which, unlike other family members, is preferentially expressed in epithelial cells (Wilson, et al., 1995). Since EpCAM also displays highest expression in epithelia, we chose to proceed with the analysis of MMP7. SiRNA-mediated knock-down of EpCAM resulted in a comparable 50% down-regulation of MMP7 mRNA levels in RT-PCR and qPCR. Overall design: Comparison of FaDu cells expressing EpCam vs FaDu cells with downregulated EpCam...
  3. EpCAM knock-down in FaDu head and neck carcinoma cells OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-37257

    Date Released: 04-23-2012

    Description: protein 5, protocadherin 10, dickkopf homolog 2, MMP24, SPARC, Myst3, ErbB4, MMP12, WISP2, MMP7, Nanos1, WNT9A, and the counter-regulated genes for MMP11, fibronectin 1, DACT3, WNT2B, WNT5A, APC2, Spondin 1, and cateninĪ±2. All genes except for protocadherin 10, Myst3, ErbB4, and WNT2B were validated in RT-PCR assays. Since several matrix metalloproteases were regulated after EpCAM knock-down and EpCAM is known to correlate with invasion, we chose this protein family for in-depth analysis. Matrix metalloprotease 7 (MMP-7) is a soluble factor, which, unlike other family members, is preferentially expressed in epithelial cells (Wilson, et al., 1995). Since EpCAM also displays highest expression in epithelia, we chose to proceed with the analysis of MMP7. SiRNA-mediated knock-down of EpCAM resulted in a comparable 50% down-regulation of MMP7 mRNA levels in RT-PCR and qPCR. Comparison of FaDu cells expressing EpCam vs FaDu cells with downregulated EpCam...


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