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Series GSE49195 Query DataSets for GSE49195
Status Public on Mar 04, 2014
Title Gene expression profiling of liver tissue from lean (WT) and obese (ob/ob) mice following a chronic exposure of low doses of pharmaceuticals
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary BACKGOUND: Drinking water can be contaminated with pharmaceuticals. However, it is uncertain whether this contamination can have harmful consequences for the liver, especially in the context of obesity.
OBJECTIVES: To determine whether chronic, low dose exposure to pharmaceuticals could have deleterious effects in livers of lean and obese mice.
METHODS: Lean and ob/ob male mice (5-week-old) were treated for 4 months with a mixture of 11 drugs (acetaminophen, caffeine, carbamazepine, cotinine, diclofenac, erythromycin, ibuprofen, phenazone, roxithromycin, salicylic acid and sulfamethoxazole) provided in drinking water at a concentration of 1 mg/L (for each drug). At the end of the treatment, investigations were performed in liver and plasma.
RESULTS: Some liver and plasma abnormalities were observed in ob/ob mice treated with the cocktail containing 1 mg/L of each drug. For this dosage, a gene expression analysis by microarray showed altered expression of circadian genes (e.g. Bmal1, Dbp, Cry1) in lean and obese mice. RT-qPCR analyses carried out in all groups of animals indicated that expression of 8 different circadian genes was significantly modified in a dose-dependent manner. For some genes, a significant modification was observed for dosages as low as 100-1,000 ng/L. Drug mixture and obesity presented an additive effect on circadian gene expression. These data were confirmed in an independent study performed in female mice.
CONCLUSIONS: Chronic, low dose exposure to pharmaceuticals disturbed hepatic expression of circadian genes, especially in obese mice. Because some of the 11 drugs can be found in the drinking water at such concentrations (e.g. acetaminophen, carbamazepine, ibuprofen) our data could be relevant in environmental toxicology, in particular for obese individuals exposed to these contaminants.
 
Overall design C57BL/6J lean and ob/ob male mice (5-week-old) were treated for 4 months with a mixture of 11 drugs provided in drinking water at a concentration of 1 mg/L (for each drug). 4 groups were designed: untreated versus treated WT and ob/ob mice (n=6 mice per group).
 
Contributor(s) Coulouarn C, Fromenty B
Citation(s) 24525044
Submission date Jul 25, 2013
Last update date Jan 12, 2017
Contact name Cedric Coulouarn
E-mail(s) cedric.coulouarn@inserm.fr
Organization name INSERM
Department U1242
Lab COSS
Street address CLCC Eugène Marquis, Rue de la Bataille Flandres Dunkerque, Bat D, 1er étage
City Rennes
ZIP/Postal code 35042
Country France
 
Platforms (1)
GPL7202 Agilent-014868 Whole Mouse Genome Microarray 4x44K G4122F (Probe Name version)
Samples (24)
GSM1195282 lean_0mg/L_mouse#1
GSM1195283 lean_0mg/L_mouse#2
GSM1195284 lean_0mg/L_mouse#3
Relations
BioProject PRJNA213266

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GSE49195_RAW.tar 219.4 Mb (http)(custom) TAR (of TXT)
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