E-GEOD-51102 - Autoimmune antigen and serum factor antigen reactivity in a cohort of patients with mycobacterium infection shown previously to be positive and negative for IgG autoantibodies to IFN-gamma
Released on 24 September 2013, last updated on 30 September 2013
The aim of the study was to test wether our microarray platform is capable of detecting previously described IgG autoantibodies to IFN-gamma. We diluted patient sera 1:250 and incubated dilutions on a nitrocellulose-platform array printed with whole protein antigens. In this study, serum from 10 individuals (subsetted into two groups: individuals positive or negative for previously described IFN-gamma-targeted autoantibodies) was profiled for IgG autoantibody reactivity to whole protein autoimmune and serum factor antigens. We found that IFN-gamma-targeted IgG autoantibodies were recognized in the IFNg-pos samples and also identified other array targets significantly associated with anti-IFNg positive individials using the significance analysis of microarrays (SAM) algorithm.
Jordan Price <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Jordan V Price, Paul J Utz