TOP TEN perturbations for P0CG33 (Homo sapiens)

Organism: Homo sapiens
Gene: P0CG33
Selected probe(set): 207575_at
Platform: Affymetrix Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array

Expression of P0CG33 (207575_at) across 5339 perturbations tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

male infertility study 1 (mJS2) / normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.7496948
Number of Samples:7 / 8
Experimental male infertility study 1 (mJS2)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained almost exclusively Sertoli cells. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS2.
Control normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)
Biopsies of human testicular lobules isolated from fertile vasectomized adult men with normal spermatogenesis. Histological analysis classified samples as mJS10 (modified Johnsen score 10).

male infertility study 1 (mJS3) / normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.7265062
Number of Samples:3 / 8
Experimental male infertility study 1 (mJS3)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained Sertoli cells but rarely spermatogonia. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS3.
Control normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)
Biopsies of human testicular lobules isolated from fertile vasectomized adult men with normal spermatogenesis. Histological analysis classified samples as mJS10 (modified Johnsen score 10).

male infertility study 1 (juvenile; Ad+) / normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.5701389
Number of Samples:5 / 8
Experimental male infertility study 1 (juvenile; Ad+)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from prepubescent patients with undescended testes. Testes of these children contained typical level of A-dark (Ad+) spermatogonial cells.
Control normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)
Biopsies of human testicular lobules isolated from fertile vasectomized adult men with normal spermatogenesis. Histological analysis classified samples as mJS10 (modified Johnsen score 10).

male infertility study 1 (juvenile; Ad-) / normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.5450001
Number of Samples:2 / 8
Experimental male infertility study 1 (juvenile; Ad-)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from prepubescent patients with undescended testes. Testes of these children contained very low level of A-dark (Ad-) spermatogonial cells.
Control normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)
Biopsies of human testicular lobules isolated from fertile vasectomized adult men with normal spermatogenesis. Histological analysis classified samples as mJS10 (modified Johnsen score 10).

exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.) / exercise study 33 (YUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.4813395
Number of Samples:2 / 4
Experimental exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)
Fast twitch myosin heavy chain muscle fibers (MHC) IIa were obtained from vastus lateralis muscle. Biopsies were taken from old untrained (OUT) women (85?1 years) before the first exercise. Fibers were separated under the light microscope and MHC isoform was determinated based on SDS-PAGE analysis. Exclusion criteria: acute/chronic illness, cardiac, pulmonary, liver, or kidney abnormalities, uncontrolled hypertension, insulin or non-insulin-dependent diabetes, abnormal blood, or urine chemistries, arthritis, a history of neuromuscular problems, tobacco smoking. Individuals, that had ever completed any formal exercise programs or physical activity outside of their activities of daily living, were excluded as well.
Control exercise study 33 (YUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)
Fast twitch myosin heavy chain muscle fibers (MHC) IIa were obtained from vastus lateralis muscle. Biopsies were taken from young untrained (YUT) women (23?2 years old) before the first exercise. Fibers were separated under the light microscope and MHC isoform was determinated based on SDS-PAGE analysis. Exclusion criteria: acute/chronic illness, cardiac, pulmonary, liver, or kidney abnormalities, uncontrolled hypertension, insulin or non-insulin-dependent diabetes, abnormal blood, or urine chemistries, arthritis, a history of neuromuscular problems, tobacco smoking. Individuals, that had ever completed any formal exercise programs or physical activity outside of their activities of daily living, were excluded as well.

exercise study 33 (OT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.) / exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.477747
Number of Samples:4 / 2
Experimental exercise study 33 (OT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)
Fast twitch myosin heavy chain muscle fibers (MHC) IIa were obtained from vastus lateralis muscle. Biopsies were taken from old trained (OT) women (85?1 years) before the 36th (last) exercise session. Participants underwent 12 weeks of progressive resistance training including 36 training sessions (3 days/week) with three sets of 10 bilateral knee extensions at 70?75% of their one-repetition maximum (1 RM). Fibers were separated under the light microscope and MHC isoform was determinated based on SDS-PAGE analysis. Exclusion criteria: acute/chronic illness, cardiac, pulmonary, liver, or kidney abnormalities, uncontrolled hypertension, insulin or non-insulin-dependent diabetes, abnormal blood, or urine chemistries, arthritis, a history of neuromuscular problems, tobacco smoking. Individuals, that had ever completed any formal exercise programs or physical activity outside of their activities of daily living, were excluded as well.
Control exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)
Fast twitch myosin heavy chain muscle fibers (MHC) IIa were obtained from vastus lateralis muscle. Biopsies were taken from old untrained (OUT) women (85?1 years) before the first exercise. Fibers were separated under the light microscope and MHC isoform was determinated based on SDS-PAGE analysis. Exclusion criteria: acute/chronic illness, cardiac, pulmonary, liver, or kidney abnormalities, uncontrolled hypertension, insulin or non-insulin-dependent diabetes, abnormal blood, or urine chemistries, arthritis, a history of neuromuscular problems, tobacco smoking. Individuals, that had ever completed any formal exercise programs or physical activity outside of their activities of daily living, were excluded as well.

exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; post-exerc.) / exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.4404578
Number of Samples:3 / 2
Experimental exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; post-exerc.)
Fast twitch myosin heavy chain muscle fibers (MHC) IIa were obtained from vastus lateralis muscle. Biopsies were taken from old untrained (OUT) women (85?1 years) 4 hours after the first resistance exercise. Fibers were separated under the light microscope and MHC isoform was determinated based on SDS-PAGE analysis. Exclusion criteria: acute/chronic illness, cardiac, pulmonary, liver, or kidney abnormalities, uncontrolled hypertension, insulin or non-insulin-dependent diabetes, abnormal blood, or urine chemistries, arthritis, a history of neuromuscular problems, tobacco smoking. Individuals, that had ever completed any formal exercise programs or physical activity outside of their activities of daily living, were excluded as well.
Control exercise study 33 (OUT; fast twitch; pre-exerc.)
Fast twitch myosin heavy chain muscle fibers (MHC) IIa were obtained from vastus lateralis muscle. Biopsies were taken from old untrained (OUT) women (85?1 years) before the first exercise. Fibers were separated under the light microscope and MHC isoform was determinated based on SDS-PAGE analysis. Exclusion criteria: acute/chronic illness, cardiac, pulmonary, liver, or kidney abnormalities, uncontrolled hypertension, insulin or non-insulin-dependent diabetes, abnormal blood, or urine chemistries, arthritis, a history of neuromuscular problems, tobacco smoking. Individuals, that had ever completed any formal exercise programs or physical activity outside of their activities of daily living, were excluded as well.

male infertility study 1 (mJS7) / male infertility study 1 (mJS2)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.3295002
Number of Samples:4 / 7
Experimental male infertility study 1 (mJS7)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained early but no late spermatids. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS7.
Control male infertility study 1 (mJS2)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained almost exclusively Sertoli cells. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS2.

male infertility study 1 (mJS8) / male infertility study 1 (mJS2)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.2433195
Number of Samples:7 / 7
Experimental male infertility study 1 (mJS8)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained many early and elongated but only few mature spermatids. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS8.
Control male infertility study 1 (mJS2)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained almost exclusively Sertoli cells. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS2.

male infertility study 1 (mJS8) / male infertility study 1 (mJS3)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.2201309
Number of Samples:7 / 3
Experimental male infertility study 1 (mJS8)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained many early and elongated but only few mature spermatids. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS8.
Control male infertility study 1 (mJS3)
Human testicular lobules biopsy samples isolated from adult infertile patients whose seminiferous tubules contained Sertoli cells but rarely spermatogonia. Tissue samples were classified based on modified Johnsen score (mJS) as mJS3.