TOP TEN cell-lines for 1081_at (Homo sapiens)

Organism: Homo sapiens
Gene: 1081_at
Selected probe(set): 200790_at
Platform: Affymetrix Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array

Expression of 1081_at (200790_at) across 857 cell-lines tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

SU-DHL-1

Expression (log2-scale):18.147238
Number of Samples:9
Cell line SU-DHL-1
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the hematopoietic and lymphoid system > lymphoma

SUM159PT

Expression (log2-scale):18.04249
Number of Samples:2
Cell line SUM159PT
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the breast (mammary gland)

HCT 116 DICER1(-/-)

Expression (log2-scale):17.962551
Number of Samples:9
Cell line HCT 116 DICER1(-/-)
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the alimentary system > colon (colorectum)

MM1.S

Expression (log2-scale):17.914234
Number of Samples:6
Cell line MM1.S
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the hematopoietic and lymphoid system > myeloma

DLD-1

Expression (log2-scale):17.85823
Number of Samples:9
Cell line DLD-1
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the alimentary system > colon (colorectum)

KMS-11

Expression (log2-scale):17.781391
Number of Samples:5
Cell line KMS-11
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the hematopoietic and lymphoid system > myeloma

AMO1

Expression (log2-scale):17.755552
Number of Samples:2
Cell line AMO1
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the alimentary system > small intestine

HT-1080

Expression (log2-scale):17.749609
Number of Samples:30
Cell line HT-1080
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the other body part > connective tissue

embryoid body (ESC)

Expression (log2-scale):17.73233
Number of Samples:4
Cell line embryoid body (ESC)
Hierarchy stem cells > differentiated ESC > gestational structure cells differentiated from ESC

MSK543

Expression (log2-scale):17.708279
Number of Samples:18
Cell line MSK543
Hierarchy cancer cell lines > neoplastic cell lines of the nervous system