Gene expression analysis in 13 patients with mitochondrial ATP synthase deficiency (Agilent)
ABSTRACT: Defects of mitochondrial functions lead in humans to vast array of usually multisystemic pathologies and several hundreds of diseases resulting from various defects of mitochondria biogenesis and maintenance, defects of respiratory chain complexes (OXPHOS) or defects of individual mitochondrial proteins are known. We used Agilent Whole Human Genome Microarray for gene expression profiling of genetically heterogeneous group of 13 patients with biochemically proven ATP synthase deficiency. Gene expression data analysis allowed classification of patients into several distinct groups, provided information on subgroup and patient specific gene expression profiles, defined candidate disease causing genes and gave basic information on pathogenic mechanisms associated with ATP synthase deficiency. Keywords: ATP synthase, mitochondrial biogenesis, ROS, gene expression, microarray, human Two-condition experiment, patients vs. controls cells. Biological replicates: 9 control, 13 patients, independently grown and harvested.
ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens
PROVIDER: E-GEOD-10956 | BioStudies |