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E-GEOD-80119 - Effects of exendin-4 in Brunner's glands of male GLP-1R-/- and wild-type control mice
Released on 1 July 2016, last updated on 11 July 2016
To gain insight into the biological functions of the highly expressed GLP-1R in Brunner’s glands, transcriptome analyses were conducted in male GLP-1R-/- and wild-type control mice. Analyses were performed 6 hours after a single s.c. dose of exendin-4 (1.0mg/kg s.c.), following 18 hours of two doses of exendin-4 (1.0 mg/kg s.c., administered at 0 and 9 hours), and in untreated controls. Brunner’s glands were isolated by laser capture micro dissection and extracted total RNA was used for microarray profiling. A total of 18 samples consisting of laser captured microdissected Brunner's glands from individual male GLP-1R-/- and wild-type (CD-1) mice. Before the isolation of Brunner's glands, mice were dosed with exendin-4 for 6 and 18 hours. The extracted total RNA from Brunner's glands were compared by full transcriptome profiling.
transcription profiling by array
Klaus Stensgaard Frederiksen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Claus H Bang-Berthelsen, Klaus S Frederiksen, Lasse Folkersen, Rolf Søkilde