Gene expression analysis of synovial sarcoma, clinical samples
ABSTRACT: To identify molecular biomarkers that are useful for diagnosis and its targeting treatment, we analysed expression profile of synovial sarcoma tissue. In the present study, we studied gene expression profiles comparing 11 cases of synovial sarcoma.
Project description:To identify molecular biomakers that are useful for diagnosis and its targeting treatment, we compared the gene expression profile of myxiod liposarcoma with that of normal fat tissue. In the present study, we studied about gene expression profiles comparing 6 non-preoperative myxoid liposarcoma with 3 normal fat tissue.
Project description:Comprehensive gene expression analysis in BM-resident stromal cells was performed for an overview of BM environmental change caused by total body irradiation (TBI). Total RNA samples collected from BM-resident stromal cells with or without TBI were subjected to high sensitivity DNA microarray assays Three-condition experiment: Unirradiated, 1 day after TBI and 3 days after TBI. Bone marrow stromal cells were obtained from C57BL/6 mice (n = 6) either non-irradiated or after 9.5 Gy irradiation at indicated times.
Project description:The change of mRNA expression in murine immortalized podocyte were analyzed after miR-26a silencing. These results provide a basical information of molecular pathology in podocyte biology. Mouse podocytes immortalized by temperature sensitive SV40 were used. Podocyte cultures grown at 33 °C were trypsinized and then cultured with RPMI-1640 without antibiotics in 24-well plates at 60–70% confluence for 2 days. On day 3, an anti-miR negative control (40 pmol) or the miR-26a miRNA inhibitor (40 pmol) was transfected to podocytes. The cells were analyzed after culturing for 24 hour.
Project description:Transcriptional profiling of left ventricular tissues of Dahl rat with or without treatment of chaetocin Three-condition experiment, Control vs. failing heart, failing heart vs. treatment with chaetocin. 3 samples mixture per each group
Project description:Transcriptional profiling of mouse osteoclasts comparing control osteoclasts from Stat5 flox mice with osteoclasts from Stat5 cKO mice. Two-condition experiment, Stat5 flox cells vs. Stat5 cKO cells
Project description:To elucidate the molecular features of craniofacial versus trunk neural crest cells (NCCs), we utilized P0-Cre/Floxed-EGFP mice that specifically label NCCs (Yamauchi et al., 1999 (PMID 10419695)). Craniofacial and trunk regions were isolated from P0-Cre/Floxed-EGFP mouse embryos at embryonic day E12.5, and dissociated cells were analyzed by flow cytometory in regard to the intensity of EGFP. In this study, we performed at least duplicate experiments for each of the four groups (Craniofacial EGFP+, Trunk EGFP+, Craniofacial EGFP-, Trunk EGFP-). Total of 9 samples.
Project description:Transcriptional profiling of human HepG2 cells comparing control DMSO-treated cells with K7174-treated cell Two-condition experiment, DMSO-HepG2 vs. K7174-HepG2 cells. Biological replicates: 1 control, 1 treated, independently grown and harvested. One replicate per array.
Project description:Transcriptional profiling of mouse ES cell-derived hemaopoitic cells comparing common primitive-definitive hematopoietic precursors (CD41SP) with definitve hematopoietic progenitor cells (KA45) RNA isolated from two separate experiments was pooled and used for comparison
Project description:Transcriptional profiling of Human Esophageal Squamous Cell Cancer Cell line (KYSE520) comparing mock transfectant (KYSE520 Mock②) with cells transfected with a mir203 expression vector (KYSE520 miR203⑥) KYSE520 Mock② VS KYSE520 miR203⑥
Project description:The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) encodes its own microRNAs (miRNAs); however, their biological roles remain elusive. The commonly used EBV B95-8 strain lacks a 12 kb genomic region, known as BamHI A Rightward Transcripts (BART) locus, which encodes a number of viral miRNAs (BART miRNAs). These miRNAs are expressed abundantly in EBV-positive epithelial malignancies, suggesting that the 12 kb region somehow contributes to EBV-mediated epithelial carcinogenesis. Bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) technology was used to generate an EBV B95-8 strain in which the 12 kb region was fully restored at its native locus (BART-restored virus). HEK293 and AdAH cells infected with either the parental BART-deleted virus or the BART-restored virus were established. The gene expression profiles of these cells were examined to identify cellular target genes of BART miRNAs. Total RNAs of 2 independent v-miRNA-positive HEK293 (or AdAH) cells and 2 independent v-miRNA-negative cells HEK293 (or AdAH) cells were processed for Microarray analysis using 3D-Gene human Oligo chip 25k (Toray, Tokyo, Japan).