E-GEOD-31950 - Profiling fibrotic lung in TGFb1-Tg mice
Released on 22 March 2013, last updated on 2 June 2014
Transgenic (Tg) mice over-expressing TGFb1 in a lung-specific manner display airway inflammation and fibrosis, phenotypes relevant to human COPD and asthma. This model system provides a platform for identifying and validating genes/pathways involved in these disease pathogeneses. The TGFb1-Tg mice lung profiling data was analyzed by identifying genes that were up- and down-regulated at selected p value and fold change in the lung of TGFb1-Tg mice compared to the corresponding wild type controls.
transcription profiling by array
Bin Zhang, I-Ming Wang
Systems analysis of eleven rodent disease models reveals an inflammatome signature and key drivers. Wang IM, Zhang B, Yang X, Zhu J, Stepaniants S, Zhang C, Meng Q, Peters M, He Y, Ni C, Slipetz D, Crackower MA, Houshyar H, Tan CM, Asante-Appiah E, O'Neill G, Luo MJ, Thieringer R, Yuan J, Chiu CS, Lum PY, Lamb J, Boie Y, Wilkinson HA, Schadt EE, Dai H, Roberts C. , Europe PMC 22806142