E-GEOD-12155 - Transcription profiling of human samples after exercise training to characterize a colony assay used to investigate endothelial progenitor cells
Submitted on 17 July 2008, released on 13 January 2009, last updated on 27 March 2012
Subjects underwent endothelial testing and blood sampling at baseline and after 3 months of exercise training. Microarray and flow cytometry-based characterization of cells from an endothelial progeniator colony assay was consistent with T lymphocytes, but not endothelial cells. Experiment Overall Design: blood samples from 12 healthy subjects at baseline (A) and after 3 months (B) of exercise.
transcription profiling by array, unknown experiment type
Microarray-based characterization of a colony assay used to investigate endothelial progenitor cells and relevance to endothelial function in humans. Aditi Desai, Alexander Glaser, Delong Liu, Nalini Raghavachari, Arnon Blum, Gloria Zalos, Margaret Lippincott, J Philip McCoy, Peter J Munson, Michael A Solomon, Robert L Danner, Richard O Cannon.