E-GEOD-44122 - Gene expression analysis of primary human myeloid precursor cells treated with O6-benzylguanine (6BG) and Temozolomide (TMZ)
Released on 3 June 2013, last updated on 2 June 2014
For the comparison of 6BG/TMZ with control sample, the predominant annotation among the upregulated genes is ‘apoptosis’. The majority of the downregulated genes is assigned to heat shock proteins and proteins which bind unfolded proteins. To look at early changes in gene expression, primary human myeloid precursor cells (40 x 10^6 per sample) derived from 3 pooled CD34+ products were treated for 18 hours with control (vehicle), 6BG, TMZ, or 6BG/TMZ and cell pellets flash frozen. Total RNA were isolated at Miltenyi Biotec (Cologne, Germany) and bioinformatics analysis of four microarray datasets was performed by their Bioinformatics Group. The direct comparisons were: 6BG/TMZ vs Control, TMZ vs 6BG, 6BG/TMZ vs 6BG, 6BG/TMZ vs TMZ. A two-dye competitive hybridization of mRNAs derived from differently treated human cells in comparison to a reference mRNA derived from cells which underwent a different treatment was conducted. After treatment with two different drugs or a combination of both drugs, respectively, RNA was extracted from the cells and hybridized against the corresponding reference mRNA. As microarray platform, the PIQOR™ Cell Death Microarray with 494 probes was used.
transcription profiling by array
Silvia Rueberg <email@example.com>, Karen E Pollok
Temozolomide-Mediated DNA Methylation in Human Myeloid Precursor Cells: Differential Involvement of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Apoptotic Pathways. Wang H, Cai S, Ernstberger A, Bailey BJ, Wang MZ, Cai W, Goebel WS, Czader MB, Crean C, Suvannasankha A, Shokolenkoc I, Wilson GL, Baluyut AR, Mayo LD, Pollok KE. , Europe PMC 23536437