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Series GSE79521 Query DataSets for GSE79521
Status Public on Nov 23, 2017
Title Expression data from RAW-264.7 cells transfected with empty vector and mouse FoxQ1 expression construct
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Transcription factor FoxQ1 belongs to family of Fox transcription factors containing forkhead box (winged helix) domain. This family of proteins plays an important role in cell growth, proliferation, and differentiation. Expression of FoxQ1 was found in cancer cells and was associated with increased migration and invasion. Recently, elevated FoxQ1 expression was found in IL4 stimulated macrophages.
We used microarrays to clarify the role of FoxQ1 in macrophages
Overall design Murine macrophage/monocyte cell line RAW-264.7 was transfected with murine FoxQ1 expression construct in pEF6/V5-His TOPO vector. Five stable clones stably expressing FoxQ1 were compared with four clones expressing empty vector
Contributor(s) Ovsiy I, Riabov V, Kzhyshkowska J, Gratchev A
Citation(s) 29203829
Submission date Mar 23, 2016
Last update date Feb 22, 2018
Contact name Carsten Sticht
Organization name University Heidelberg
Department ZMF
Street address Theodor-Kutzer-Ufer
City Mannheim
ZIP/Postal code 68169
Country Germany
Platforms (1)
GPL14661 [Mouse430_2_Mm_EntrezG] Affymetrix GeneChip Mouse Genome 430 2.0 Array [Brainarray Version 13]
Samples (9)
GSM2096882 RAW-264.7 empty vector, clone 4
GSM2096883 RAW-264.7 empty vector, clone 5
GSM2096884 RAW-264.7 empty vector, clone 6
BioProject PRJNA316078

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