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  1. ntify DEGs in lung cancer cell lines regulated by S100A7A introduction in comparison with Cl1-0 control and S100A7A knockdown in comparison with CL1-5 control.... BioProject

    ID: PRJNA341495

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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  2. Structure of human S100A15 bound to zinc and calcium PDB

    ID: PDB:4AQI

    Description: PROTEIN S100-A7A

  3. Transcriptional Landscape of Psoriasis Identifies the Involvement of IL36 and IL36RN ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-66511

    Description: skin from psoriasis patient. In LP skin S100A12, S100A7A, LCE3E, DEFB4A, IL19 were found up regulated. In addition to already well-described genes, we also found several other, not so widely recognized transcripts, related to psoriasis. Namely, KLK9, OAS2, OAS3, PLA2G, IL36G, IL36RN were found to be significantly and consistently related to the psoriatic lesions. Ingenuity pathway analysis was used to define functional networks significantly enriched in the studied samples. The genes up-regulated in the LP samples were related to the innate immunity, IL17 and IL10 networks. In NLP samples innate immunity and IL17 network were activated, but activation of ...

  4. Transcriptional Landscape of Psoriasis Identifies the Involvement of IL36 and IL36RN BioProject

    ID: PRJNA277180

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: skin from psoriasis patient. In LP skin S100A12, S100A7A, LCE3E, DEFB4A, IL19 were found up regulated. In addition to already well-described genes, we also found several other, not so widely recognized transcripts, related to psoriasis. Namely, KLK9, OAS2, OAS3, PLA2G, IL36G, IL36RN were found to be significantly and consistently related to the psoriatic lesions. Ingenuity pathway analysis was used to define functional networks significantly enriched in the studied samples. The genes up-regulated in the LP samples were related to the innate immunity, IL17 and IL10 networks. In NLP samples innate immunity and IL17 network were activated, but activation of ...
  5. Bystander response to 2.5 Gy of protons in a human 3-dimensional skin model in 16 h after exposure ArrayExpress

    ID: E-GEOD-23803

    Description: had from 3 to 12 genes in common including CLED2, S100A7A. Samples obtained after the whole tissue exposure discovered 949 differentially expressed genes. Moreover, the performed gene ontology analysis showed there overrepresentation of TP53 pathway (pathways, p=2.04E-02), a common marker of direct irradiation response, and also overrepresentation of the following groups of genes: signal transduction (p=4.52E-04), cell communication (p=1.24E-04) and cell cycle in the category of biological processes; DNA helicase activity (p=2.54E-07), receptor binding (p=6.19E-04), calcium ion binding proteins (p=2.57E-03) as the molecular functions. Differentially expresses genes of bystander samples had few categories in common such as cell communication (p=2.36E-03) and signal transduction (p=2.42E-03) among the biological processes and receptor activity (p=4.54E-03) among the molecular functions. Categories specific for the bystander samples included G-protein coupled receptors (p=7.24E-03) and ligand-gated ion channels (p=4.16E-03) suggesting a role of external stimulation and ion trafficking in bystander mechanisms. Radiation induced gene expression in 3-dimensional tissue model, Epi-200, was measured in 16 hours after exposure to 2.5 Gy of protons. Four independent experiments were performed for the samples collected at different distances from the irradiation line (125-375, 375-625 and 625-875 micrometers) using three ti...

  6. Data from: The clinical significance and molecular features of the spatial tumor shapes in breast cancers Dryad

    DateIssued: 12-22-2015

    Description: data suggest that MMP13 is regulated by ERBB2 and S100A7A. The present study validates the usefulness of the current tumor size method in determining tumor stages. Furthermore, we show that the tumors with high eccentricity are more likely to have aggressive tumor characteristics. Genes involved in the extracellular matrix remodeling can be candidate regulators of the spatial tumor shapes in breast cancer....

  7. Bystander response to 2.5 Gy of protons in a human 3-dimensional skin model in 16 h after exposure BioProject

    ID: PRJNA130697

    Keywords: Transcriptome or Gene expression

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    dataset.description: had from 3 to 12 genes in common including CLED2, S100A7A. Samples obtained after the whole tissue exposure discovered 949 differentially expressed genes. Moreover, the performed gene ontology analysis showed there overrepresentation of TP53 pathway (pathways, p=2.04E-02), a common marker of direct irradiation response, and also overrepresentation of the following groups of genes: signal transduction (p=4.52E-04), cell communication (p=1.24E-04) and cell cycle in the category of biological processes; DNA helicase activity (p=2.54E-07), receptor binding (p=6.19E-04), calcium ion binding proteins (p=2.57E-03) as the molecular functions. Differentially expresses genes of bystander samples had few categories in common such as cell communication (p=2.36E-03) and signal transduction (p=2.42E-03) among the biological processes and receptor activity (p=4.54E-03) among the molecular functions. Categories specific for the bystander samples included G-protein coupled receptors (p=7.24E-03) and ligand-gated ion channels (p=4.16E-03) suggesting a role of external stimulation and ion trafficking in bystander mechanisms. Overall design: Radiation induced gene expression in 3-dimensional tissue model, Epi-200, was measured in 16 hours after exposure to 2.5 Gy of protons. Four independent experiments were performed for the samples collected at different distances from the irradiation line (125-375, 375-625 and 625-875 micrometers...
  8. Transcriptional Landscape of Psoriasis Identifies the Involvement of IL36 and IL36RN OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-66511

    Date Released: 05-02-2015

    Description: skin from psoriasis patient. In LP skin S100A12, S100A7A, LCE3E, DEFB4A, IL19 were found up regulated. In addition to already well-described genes, we also found several other, not so widely recognized transcripts, related to psoriasis. Namely, KLK9, OAS2, OAS3, PLA2G, IL36G, IL36RN were found to be significantly and consistently related to the psoriatic lesions. Ingenuity pathway analysis was used to define functional networks significantly enriched in the studied samples. The genes up-regulated in the LP samples were related to the innate immunity, IL17 and IL10 networks. In NLP samples innate immunity and IL17 network were activated, but activation of ...

  9. Bystander response to 2.5 Gy of protons in a human 3-dimensional skin model in 16 h after exposure OmicsDI

    ID: E-GEOD-23803

    Date Released: 09-06-2011

    Description: had from 3 to 12 genes in common including CLED2, S100A7A. Samples obtained after the whole tissue exposure discovered 949 differentially expressed genes. Moreover, the performed gene ontology analysis showed there overrepresentation of TP53 pathway (pathways, p=2.04E-02), a common marker of direct irradiation response, and also overrepresentation of the following groups of genes: signal transduction (p=4.52E-04), cell communication (p=1.24E-04) and cell cycle in the category of biological processes; DNA helicase activity (p=2.54E-07), receptor binding (p=6.19E-04), calcium ion binding proteins (p=2.57E-03) as the molecular functions. Differentially expresses genes of bystander samples had few categories in common such as cell communication (p=2.36E-03) and signal transduction (p=2.42E-03) among the biological processes and receptor activity (p=4.54E-03) among the molecular functions. Categories specific for the bystander samples included G-protein coupled receptors (p=7.24E-03) and ligand-gated ion channels (p=4.16E-03) suggesting a role of external stimulation and ion trafficking in bystander mechanisms. Radiation induced gene expression in 3-dimensional tissue model, Epi-200, was measured in 16 hours after exposure to 2.5 Gy of protons. Four independent experiments were performed for the samples collected at different distances from the irradiation line (125-375, 375-625 and 625-875 micrometers) using three ti...


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