E-GEOD-46565 - Contribution of CBX4 to cumulus oophorus cell phenotype in mice, and attendant effects in cumulus cell cloned embryos
Released on 29 April 2014, last updated on 6 May 2014
Cumulus oophorus cells play an essential role in oocyte development. CBX4 is a member of the Polycomb complex, which plays a role in regulating cellular differentiation. We used siRNA mediated knockdown of Cbx4 expression followed by Affymetrix array analysis to evaluate the role of CBX4 in cumulus cell differentiated state.
transcription profiling by array
Judith Garriga, Keith E Latham, Lanping Hao, Uros Midic
Contribution of CBX4 to cumulus oophorus cell phenotype in mice and attendant effects in cumulus cell cloned embryos. Hao L, Midic U, Garriga J, Latham KE. , Europe PMC 24280258