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Transcription profiling of mouse pluripotent embryocarcinoma cell line P19 after sodium valproate treatment to investigate its mechanism of teratogenicity


ABSTRACT: In the process of evaluating teratogenic properties of xenobiotica, the consumption of laboratory animals is high and costly which makes the development of alternative methods desirable. The pluripotent embryocarcinoma cell line P19, which closely resembles the early stage of an embryo, may be relevant as an in vitro model of teratogenicity. The antiepileptic drug Valproic acid (VPA) is a potent inducer of neural tube defects (ntd:s) in both human and mouse, but its mechanism of teratogenicity is not know. P19 cells were here treated with sodium valproate in a both time and dose dependent matter to profile the gene expression response with Codelink UniSet Mouse 20K I Bioarrays. This profile may reveal biomarkers of ntd:s as well as give mechanistic input of the teratogenicity of VPA.

INSTRUMENT(S): GenePix 4000B [Axon Instruments]

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Måns Jergil  

PROVIDER: E-MEXP-981 | ArrayExpress | 2008-01-23

REPOSITORIES: ArrayExpress

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