Transcription profiling by array of mice spinal muscular atrophy type I fibroblasts
ABSTRACT: Characterization of the selectivity of SMN splicing modifiers in SMA type I fibroblasts by RNASeq In total 12 samples were analyzed, divided into four distinct groups (treated with SMN-C3 @ 500 nM; controls for SMN-C3; treated with SMN-C1 @ 100 nM; controls for SMN-C1) containing 3 replicates each.
Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a genetic disease caused by mutation or deletion of the survival of motor neuron 1 (SMN1) gene. A paralogous gene in humans, SMN2, produces low, insufficient levels of functional SMN protein due to alternative splicing that truncates the transcript. The decreased levels of SMN protein lead to progressive neuromuscular degeneration and high rates of mortality. Through chemical screening and optimization, we identified orally available small molecules that shift th ...[more]
Project description:Characterization of the selectivity of SMN splicing modifiers in SMA type I fibroblasts by RNASeq In total 12 samples were analyzed, divided into four distinct groups (treated with SMN-C3 @ 500 nM; controls for SMN-C3; treated with SMN-C1 @ 100 nM; controls for SMN-C1) containing 3 replicates each.
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