E-GEOD-45169 - Expression data of human coronary artery perivascular adipocytes and subcutaneous adipocytes
Released on 15 March 2013, last updated on 24 March 2013
Inflammatory crosstalk between perivascular adipose tissue and and blood vessel wall may contribute to atherosclerosis pathogenesis, and exhibits more pro-inflammatory than adipogenic phenotype than subcutaneous adipocytes. To identify a genomic basis for biologic differences, we performed genome-wide expression to identiy expression genes differentially regulated between perivascular and subcutaneous adipocytes.for biologic differences. We performed global gene expression analyses on in vitro differentiated adipocytes from human left coronary artery perivascular adipose tissue and subcutaneous adipose tissues derived from unrelated donors who were non-obese and did not have any known metabolic or atherosclerotic disease.
transcription profiling by array
Rebekah Karns <Rebekah.Karns@cchmc.org>, Bruce Aronow, Tapan Chaterjee