TOP TEN perturbations for NP_777617 (Homo sapiens)

Organism: Homo sapiens
Gene: NP_777617
Selected probe(set): 213036_x_at
Platform: Affymetrix Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array

Expression of NP_777617 (213036_x_at) across 6593 perturbations tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

pancreatic islet study 3 (expanded; NIH) / normal pancreatic islet sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-3.5772228
Number of Samples:3 / 7
Experimental pancreatic islet study 3 (expanded; NIH)
Pancreatic islet cells were expanded according to National Institutes of Health (NIH) protocol for 10 weeks. Expansion phase: 2,000 islet equivalents enriched by retention on a 40-μm filter were seeded onto tissue culture–treated dishes in CMRL-1066 medium containing 2 mmol/l l-glutamine and 10% fetal bovine serum.
Control normal pancreatic islet sample
Pancreatic islets were obtained from seven donors aged between 37 and 70 years and body mass index between 22 and 27. Functional islets were cultured in CMRL 1066 supplemented with 10% FCS, 1% glutamine, 5.6 mM glucose, 1 mM HEPES, 110 U/ml penicillin, and 110 g/ml streptomycin for 7 days or immediately processed after isolation.

pancreatic islet study 3 (re-differentiated; Whittier) / normal pancreatic islet sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-3.5216293
Number of Samples:2 / 7
Experimental pancreatic islet study 3 (re-differentiated; Whittier)
Human pancreatic islets were from 2 male donors (46 and 54 years old, body mass index 21kg/m2 and 31.6kg/m2). Islets cells were expanded for 4 weeks and re-differentiated for 1 week according to Whittier protocol. Re-differentiation phase: After four passages (1 month expansion), cells were dispersed with Versene and cultured in serum-free CMRL-1066 medium supplemented with insulin (10 g/ml), transferrin (5.5 g/ml), sodium selenite (6.7ng/ml). After 1 week of culture on HTB-9-coated plates, cells were harvested and forced to reaggregate overnight.
Control normal pancreatic islet sample
Pancreatic islets were obtained from seven donors aged between 37 and 70 years and body mass index between 22 and 27. Functional islets were cultured in CMRL 1066 supplemented with 10% FCS, 1% glutamine, 5.6 mM glucose, 1 mM HEPES, 110 U/ml penicillin, and 110 g/ml streptomycin for 7 days or immediately processed after isolation.

pancreatic islet study 3 (expanded; Whittier; HGF) / normal pancreatic islet sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-3.473895
Number of Samples:3 / 7
Experimental pancreatic islet study 3 (expanded; Whittier; HGF)
Human pancreatic islets cells were expanded according to Whittier protocol and treated with hepatocyte growth factor (HGF, 25 ng/ml) for 4 weeks. Expansion phase: 1000 islets of 50–150µm in diameter were purified by hand-picking after dithizone staining, partially dissociated using Versene to separate “outer” and “inner” populations, the outer population was removed. Cell clusters from the inner population were plated on HTB-9 matrix-coated dishes in RPMI-1640 supplemented with 2 mM L-glutamine, 10% FBS, and 25 ng/ml HGF. After confluence, cells were harvested using Versene containing 0.025% trypsin and subcultured (1:2).
Control normal pancreatic islet sample
Pancreatic islets were obtained from seven donors aged between 37 and 70 years and body mass index between 22 and 27. Functional islets were cultured in CMRL 1066 supplemented with 10% FCS, 1% glutamine, 5.6 mM glucose, 1 mM HEPES, 110 U/ml penicillin, and 110 g/ml streptomycin for 7 days or immediately processed after isolation.

pancreatic islet study 3 (expanded; PPRF) / normal pancreatic islet sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-3.1737394
Number of Samples:2 / 7
Experimental pancreatic islet study 3 (expanded; PPRF)
Human pancreatic islets were isolated from a cadaveric donor. The population was 70% pure in mature islets, which was determined by dithizone staining. Islets cells were expanded according to Pharmaceutical Production Research Facility Protocol (PPRF) for 6 weeks. Expansion phase: Approximately 2,500 islet equivalents were seeded onto 75-cm2 fibronectin-coated tissue culture-treated flasks in a proprietary serum-free medium (PPRF medium). The serum-free PPRF medium was supplemented with 30% serum-free mesenchymal-conditioned medium. When the cell migration resulted in the formation of large-size colonies, the cells were harvested by trypsinization and replated into new tissue culture flasks. Once the cells reached near confluence (80–90%) in monolayer, they were trypsinized, counted, and subcultured at a density of 5,000 cells per cm2. Thereafter, cells were serially passaged using the same protocol.
Control normal pancreatic islet sample
Pancreatic islets were obtained from seven donors aged between 37 and 70 years and body mass index between 22 and 27. Functional islets were cultured in CMRL 1066 supplemented with 10% FCS, 1% glutamine, 5.6 mM glucose, 1 mM HEPES, 110 U/ml penicillin, and 110 g/ml streptomycin for 7 days or immediately processed after isolation.

Barrett's esophagus study 3 / normal esophageal epithelium sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):3.1219597
Number of Samples:17 / 18
Experimental Barrett's esophagus study 3
Esophageal epithelium samples from areas with Barrett's esophagus metaplasia which were recovered by laser capture microdissection.
Control normal esophageal epithelium sample
Histologically normal esophageal squamous cell epithelium biopsy samples from patients that were investigated for esophageal pain, but diagnosed as healthy.

colorectal cancer study 4 (non-recurring) / adjacent colon tissue (non-recurring)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-3.103816
Number of Samples:76 / 18
Experimental colorectal cancer study 4 (non-recurring)
LCM-tumor tissue samples of patients who received resection after diagnosis of primary colorectal cancer. Patients did not develop metastatic recurrence during follow-up after surgery.
Control adjacent colon tissue (non-recurring)
Histologically normal colon tissue samples from patients with primary colorectal cancer collected after resection. Tissue was further extracted using laser-capture microdissection (LCM). No metastatic recurrence during follow-up.

colorectal cancer study 25 / adjacent colon tissue

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-3.0471363
Number of Samples:94 / 17
Experimental colorectal cancer study 25
Human primary colorectal carcinoma sample.
Control adjacent colon tissue
Normal colon tissue samples adjacent to tumor from patients with colorectal cancer.

pancreatic islet study 3 (re-differentiated; NIH) / normal pancreatic islet sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.92527
Number of Samples:4 / 7
Experimental pancreatic islet study 3 (re-differentiated; NIH)
Pancreatic islet cells were expanded for 10 weeks and re-differentiated for 1 week according to National Institutes of Health (NIH) protocol. Re-differentiation phase: Expanded cells were cultured for 1 week in serum-free CMRL-1066 medium supplemented with insulin (10 g/ml), transferrin (5.5 g/ml), sodium selenite (6.7ng/ml).
Control normal pancreatic islet sample
Pancreatic islets were obtained from seven donors aged between 37 and 70 years and body mass index between 22 and 27. Functional islets were cultured in CMRL 1066 supplemented with 10% FCS, 1% glutamine, 5.6 mM glucose, 1 mM HEPES, 110 U/ml penicillin, and 110 g/ml streptomycin for 7 days or immediately processed after isolation.

colorectal cancer study 1 / normal colon tissue

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.9211626
Number of Samples:6 / 6
Experimental colorectal cancer study 1
Laser microdissected human colorectal cancer sample.
Control normal colon tissue
Laser microdissected human colonic epithelial cells sample.

colorectal cancer study 9 (recurring) / adjacent colon tissue (recurring)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-2.8073816
Number of Samples:4 / 4
Experimental colorectal cancer study 9 (recurring)
LCM-tumor tissue samples of patients who received resection after diagnosis of primary colorectal cancer. Patients developed metastatic recurrence during follow-up after surgery.
Control adjacent colon tissue (recurring)
Histologically normal colon tissue samples from patients with primary colorectal cancer collected after resection. Tissue was further extracted using laser-capture microdissection (LCM). With metastatic recurrence after resection during follow-up.