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E-GEOD-49709 - Chronic exposure to fluticasone propionate shapes gene expression and modulates innate and adaptive activation pathways in human macrophages (LPS)
Released on 10 February 2014, last updated on 3 June 2014
Here we investigate how glucocorticoids affect the response to LPS in human macrophages. Total RNA obtained from monocyte-derived macrophages exposed to lipopolysacharide presceding exposure to fluticasone propionate or left untreated.
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Fernando Oneissi Martinez Estrada <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Fernando O Martinez, Jörg Hamann, Martijn D van de Garde, Rene E Jonkers
Chronic exposure to glucocorticoids shapes gene expression and modulates innate and adaptive activation pathways in macrophages with distinct changes in leukocyte attraction. van de Garde MD, Martinez FO, Melgert BN, Hylkema MN, Jonkers RE, Hamann J. , PMID:24395918