E-MEXP-3756 - Transcription profiling by array of H. sapiens blood to investigate gene expression profiling in Colorectal Cancer
Released on 3 May 2013, last updated on 15 May 2013
In this work, we performed gene expression profiling for twenty-paired blood samples collected from healthy controls before and after colonoscopy, and twenty blood samples collected from
colorectal cancer patients after colonoscopy. The aim of this study is to determine how significant the colonoscopy procedure may impact the global gene expression in human peripheral blood, and whether this colonoscopy induced variability would bias the biomarker research for colorectal cancer early detection.
transcription profiling by array, co-expression, disease state, in vitro
Gene Expression Analysis of Peripheral Blood Cells Reveals Toll-Like Receptor Pathway Deregulation in Colorectal Cancer. Ye Xu,Qinghua XuLi Yang,Fang Liu,Xun Ye,Fei Wu,Shujuan Ni,Cong Tan,Guoxiang Cai,Xia Meng,Sanjun Cai,Xiang Du. PLoS ONE (2013), Europe PMC 23650534