Transcriptomics,Multiomics

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Expression data from mouse collecting duct cell, mpkCCD, in response to a peptide hormone vasopressin analog, dDAVP


ABSTRACT: Vasopressin is the major hormone that regulates renal water excretion. It does so by binding to a receptor in renal collecting duct cells, triggering signaling pathways that ultimately regulate the abundance, location, and activity of the water channel protein aquaporin 2. We took an advantage of quantitative large scale proteomic technologies and oligonucleotide microarrays to quantify steady state changes in protein and transcript abundances in response to vasopressin in a collecting duct cell line, mpkCCD clone 11 (Yu et al. PNAS 2009, 106:2441-2446). This cell line originally developed by Alan Vandewalle’s group recapitulates vasopressin-mediated AQP2 expression and phosphorylation as seen in native colleting duct cells. The mpkCCD cells were grown on membrane supports to permit polarization. Once transepithelial resistance reached 5kohm per centimeter square and higher, the cells were exposed to the vasopressin V2 receptor analog, dDAVP, at a physiological concentration, 0.1nM, for 5 days. Control experiments were done with cells exposed to vehicle alone. Total RNA was harvested and processed for transcript expression analysis using Affymetrix GeneChip Mouse Genome 430 2.0 Arrays. Each experimental treatment, vehicle and dDAVP, was repeated 3 times.

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Ming-Jiun Yu   

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-19938 | ArrayExpress | 2012-03-27

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE19938PRJNA122629

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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Quantitative protein and mRNA profiling shows selective post-transcriptional control of protein expression by vasopressin in kidney cells.

Khositseth Sookkasem S   Pisitkun Trairak T   Slentz Dane H DH   Wang Guanghui G   Hoffert Jason D JD   Knepper Mark A MA   Yu Ming-Jiun MJ  

Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP 20101012 1


Previous studies in yeast have supported the view that post-transcriptional regulation of protein abundances may be more important than previously believed. Here we ask the question: "In a physiological regulatory process (the response of mammalian kidney cells to the hormone vasopressin), what fraction of the expressed proteome undergoes a change in abundance and what fraction of the regulated proteins have corresponding changes in mRNA levels?" In humans and other mammals, vasopressin fulfills  ...[more]

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