TOP TEN perturbations for 38428_at (Homo sapiens)

Organism: Homo sapiens
Gene: 38428_at
Selected probe(set): 204475_at
Platform: Affymetrix Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array

Expression of 38428_at (204475_at) across 6674 perturbations tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (mid-se MCP) / uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (late se MCP)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-10.459492
Number of Samples:14 / 2
Experimental uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (mid-se MCP)
Endometrial tissue samples collected from women with uterine/pelvic pathology in the mid-secretory menstrual cycle phase (MCP). The group contained cycling women 20 – 50 years old with symptomatic uterine fibroids, pelvic organ prolapse, and adenomyosis. The MCP was determined by endometrial histology, confirmed by estradiol and progesterone serum levels and corroborated by 2 independent bioinformatics methods: clustering in unsupervised whole-transcriptome principal component analysis and cycle phase assignment classifier analysis. Patients with hormonal treatment within previous 3 months and presence of malignancy or major systemic disease were excluded.
Control uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (late se MCP)
Endometrial tissue samples collected from women with uterine/pelvic pathology in the late secretory menstrual cycle phase (MCP). The group contained cycling women 20 – 50 years old with symptomatic uterine fibroids, pelvic organ prolapse, and adenomyosis. The MCP was determined by endometrial histology, confirmed by estradiol and progesterone serum levels and corroborated by 2 independent bioinformatics methods: clustering in unsupervised whole-transcriptome principal component analysis and cycle phase assignment classifier analysis. Patients with hormonal treatment within previous 3 months and presence of malignancy or major systemic disease were excluded.

F. tularensis study 1 (novicida) / uninfected peripheral blood monocyte sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):10.283233
Number of Samples:4 / 6
Experimental F. tularensis study 1 (novicida)
Peripheral blood monocytes infected with the Francisella tularensis subspecies novicida isolate U112 (100 MOI) for 24 hours.
Control uninfected peripheral blood monocyte sample
Peripheral blood monocytes uninfected.

split-thickness skin grafting study 2 (NPWT) / normal skin tissue (skin grafting)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):10.277975
Number of Samples:4 / 6
Experimental split-thickness skin grafting study 2 (NPWT)
Skin punch biopsy from patients that underwent split-thickness skin grafting. Sample was taken from the wound site 7 days after grafting. Patients received negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT) immediately after grafting .
Control normal skin tissue (skin grafting)
Skin punch biopsy samples from healthy patients before slit-thickness skin grafting.

wound healing study 2 (ex vivo; DMSO) / normal skin tissue (ex vivo)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):10.189718
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental wound healing study 2 (ex vivo; DMSO)
Ex vivo skin samples obtained from healthy donors following reduction surgery of abdomen, and incubated in culture medium containing DMSO for 4 days. To make sure that mainly epidermis was present in the samples, as much dermal tissue as possible was removed by dissection. Skin was sliced into 1x10 mm slices and incubated in keratinocyte medium for four days with 1:1000 fold dilution of DMSO. The cultivation was performed in serum-free keratinocyte medium supplemented with transferrin, hEGF (0.15 ng/mL), 0.5 mg/mL hydrocortisone, gentamicin, amphotericin B, and epinephrine but without insulin.
Control normal skin tissue (ex vivo)
Normal skin samples obtained from healthy donors following reduction surgery of abdomen. To make sure that mainly epidermis was present in the samples, as much dermal tissue as possible was removed by dissection.

uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (late se MCP) / uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (early se MCP)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):9.944355
Number of Samples:2 / 6
Experimental uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (late se MCP)
Endometrial tissue samples collected from women with uterine/pelvic pathology in the late secretory menstrual cycle phase (MCP). The group contained cycling women 20 – 50 years old with symptomatic uterine fibroids, pelvic organ prolapse, and adenomyosis. The MCP was determined by endometrial histology, confirmed by estradiol and progesterone serum levels and corroborated by 2 independent bioinformatics methods: clustering in unsupervised whole-transcriptome principal component analysis and cycle phase assignment classifier analysis. Patients with hormonal treatment within previous 3 months and presence of malignancy or major systemic disease were excluded.
Control uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (early se MCP)
Endometrial tissue samples collected from women with uterine/pelvic pathology in the early secretory menstrual cycle phase (MCP). The group contained cycling women 20 – 50 years old with symptomatic uterine fibroids, pelvic organ prolapse, and adenomyosis. The MCP was determined by endometrial histology, confirmed by estradiol and progesterone serum levels and corroborated by 2 independent bioinformatics methods: clustering in unsupervised whole-transcriptome principal component analysis and cycle phase assignment classifier analysis. Patients with hormonal treatment within previous 3 months and presence of malignancy or major systemic disease were excluded.

skin transplantation study 1 (3d) / normal skin tissue (skin grafting)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):9.893414
Number of Samples:6 / 8
Experimental skin transplantation study 1 (3d)
Human skin punch biopsy from patients after skin grafting. Sample was taken at the site of re-epithelialization 3 days after surgery.
Control normal skin tissue (skin grafting)
Skin biopsy samples from healthy control subjects after breast or abdomen reduction surgery.

skin transplantation study 1 (3d) / split-thickness skin grafting study 1

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):9.432925
Number of Samples:6 / 6
Experimental skin transplantation study 1 (3d)
Human skin punch biopsy from patients after skin grafting. Sample was taken at the site of re-epithelialization 3 days after surgery.
Control split-thickness skin grafting study 1
Skin punch biopsy from patients with skin injury (burn injury, congelation, wound, compartment syndrome) immediately after split-thickness skin grafting was done. Sample was taken from the acute wound after grafting.

skin transplantation study 1 (7d) / normal skin tissue (skin grafting)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):9.2132435
Number of Samples:5 / 8
Experimental skin transplantation study 1 (7d)
Human skin punch biopsy from patients after skin grafting. Sample was taken at the site of re-epithelialization 7 days after surgery.
Control normal skin tissue (skin grafting)
Skin biopsy samples from healthy control subjects after breast or abdomen reduction surgery.

thermal injury study 1 (4-7d) / normal skin tissue

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):9.18086
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental thermal injury study 1 (4-7d)
Burn wound margin samples of the skin 4-7 days post thermal injury.
Control normal skin tissue
Normal skin tissue sample.

uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (pro. MCP) / uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (late se MCP)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-9.157089
Number of Samples:15 / 2
Experimental uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (pro. MCP)
Endometrial tissue samples collected from women with uterine/pelvic pathology in the proliferative menstrual cycle phase (MCP). The group contained cycling women 20 – 50 years old with symptomatic uterine fibroids, pelvic organ prolapse, and adenomyosis. The MCP was determined by endometrial histology, confirmed by estradiol and progesterone serum levels and corroborated by 2 independent bioinformatics methods: clustering in unsupervised whole-transcriptome principal component analysis and cycle phase assignment classifier analysis. Patients with hormonal treatment within previous 3 months and presence of malignancy or major systemic disease were excluded.
Control uterine/pelvic pathology study 2 (late se MCP)
Endometrial tissue samples collected from women with uterine/pelvic pathology in the late secretory menstrual cycle phase (MCP). The group contained cycling women 20 – 50 years old with symptomatic uterine fibroids, pelvic organ prolapse, and adenomyosis. The MCP was determined by endometrial histology, confirmed by estradiol and progesterone serum levels and corroborated by 2 independent bioinformatics methods: clustering in unsupervised whole-transcriptome principal component analysis and cycle phase assignment classifier analysis. Patients with hormonal treatment within previous 3 months and presence of malignancy or major systemic disease were excluded.