TOP TEN perturbations for P40425 (Homo sapiens)

Organism: Homo sapiens
Gene: P40425
Selected probe(set): 202876_s_at
Platform: Affymetrix Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array

Expression of P40425 (202876_s_at) across 5610 perturbations tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

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

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):2.2483292
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).

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

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.8348408
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).

atopic dermatitis study 12 (non-lesional; adults) / atopic dermatitis study 12 (non-lesional; children)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.7877169
Number of Samples:20 / 19
Experimental atopic dermatitis study 12 (non-lesional; adults)
Unaffected skin biopsy samples from adult patients (age range 18-73 years) with long-standing atopic dermatitis.
Control atopic dermatitis study 12 (non-lesional; children)
Unaffected buttock skin biopsy samples from pediatric patients (age range 3 months-5 years) with early-onset atopic dermatitis. All patients had moderate-to-severe disease (SCORAD score: mean, 57.8; range, 33-84) with recent-onset (within the previous 6 months). Systemic immunosuppressants within the past 4 weeks, topical steroids or immunomodulators within 1 week, or moisturizers within 12 hours before evaluation were restricted. Patients with active skin infections were excluded.

stem cell differentiation study 41 (T3pi) / undifferentiated hES-T3 cell sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.7528887
Number of Samples:2 / 3
Experimental stem cell differentiation study 41 (T3pi)
Sample of pancreatic islet-like cell clusters differentiated from human embryonic stem cells T3 with female karyotype.
Control undifferentiated hES-T3 cell sample
Undifferentiated human embryonic stem cells T3.

atopic dermatitis study 12 (lesional; adults) / atopic dermatitis study 12 (lesional; children)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.7113047
Number of Samples:20 / 18
Experimental atopic dermatitis study 12 (lesional; adults)
Lesional skin biopsy samples from adult patients (age range 18-73 years) with long-standing atopic dermatitis.
Control atopic dermatitis study 12 (lesional; children)
Lesional popliteal skin biopsy samples from pediatric patients (age range 3 months-5 years) with early-onset atopic dermatitis. All biopsy specimens were from chronic lesions present for more than 72 hours. All patients had moderate-to-severe disease with recent-onset (within the previous 6 months). Systemic immunosuppressants within the past 4 weeks, topical steroids or immunomodulators within 1 week, or moisturizers within 12 hours before evaluation were restricted. Patients with active skin infections were excluded.

stem cell differentiation study 50 (IRF6 shRNA; ASC; proerythroblast) / stem cell differentiation study 50 (mock shRNA; ASC; proerythroblast)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):1.6489735
Number of Samples:3 / 4
Experimental stem cell differentiation study 50 (IRF6 shRNA; ASC; proerythroblast)
Proerythroblast differentiated from IRF6 (interferon regulatory factor 6) shRNA transduced hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells (CD34+). CD34+ hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells (HSC) were transduced with lentivirus expressing shRNA targeting IRF6 gene with following differentiation to the erythroid lineage. HSCs were obtained from magnetically sorted G-CSF mobilized peripheral blood mononuclear cells of healthy donors. Cells were expanded in StemSpan SFEM medium supplied with Flt-3 ligand (100 ng/ml), SCF (100 ng/ml), IL-3 (20 ng/ml), IL-6 (20 ng/ml) and penicillin/streptomycin. Cells were harvested for total RNA extraction at the proerythroblast stage of differentiation.
Control stem cell differentiation study 50 (mock shRNA; ASC; proerythroblast)
Proerythroblast differentiated from control shRNA transduced hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells (CD34+). CD34+ hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells (HSC) were transduced with lentivirus expressing control shRNA with following differentiation to the erythroid lineage. HSCs were obtained from magnetically sorted G-CSF mobilized peripheral blood mononuclear cells of healthy donors. Cells were expanded in StemSpan SFEM medium supplied with Flt-3 ligand (100 ng/ml), SCF (100 ng/ml), IL-3 (20 ng/ml), IL-6 (20 ng/ml) and penicillin/streptomycin. Cells were harvested for total RNA extraction at the proerythroblast stage of differentiation.

septic shock study 2 (24h) / normal blood sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.629592
Number of Samples:14 / 25
Experimental septic shock study 2 (24h)
Blood samples from intensive care unit patients 24 hours after severe septic shock (SAPS II-high). Severity was assessed using SAPS II score. Septic shock was defined as the combination of SIRS and an infection. To be diagnosed with SIRS patients had to show at least two of the following clinical situation: hypothermia (<36°C) or hyperthermia (>38°C), tachycardia (>90/min), tachypnea (>20 breaths/min) and/or arterial PCO2 of 32 mmHg or lower and/or mechanical ventilation, and leukocytosis (>12,000/mm3) or leukopenia (<4,000/mm3). Septic shock was defined as acute circulatory failure (systolic blood pressure <90 mmHg, mean arterial pressure <65 mmHg, or a reduction in systolic blood pressure >40 mmHg from baseline). In order to avoid confounding effects, patients with human immunodeficiency syndrome, hematologic malignancies evolving from insulin-dependent diabetes, dialyzed chronic renal failure, chronic liver disease stages III and more or patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy were excluded from the study. Other clinical characteristics of the group: non-survivor (28.5%), charlson median (1.3-3.8 %), SAPS II on admission median (49-63), duration length in ICU median (6-30), SOFA H6 (9-13), admission (surgery: 57.1%; medical: 42.9%); type of infection (community acquired: 64.29%; hospital acquired: 35.71%), suspected infection (Bacilli Gram (-): 64%; Cocci Gram (+):64%; Fungi: 0%), cell counts (white blood cells: 3.23-15.68 giga/L; lymphocytes: 0.4-1.33; polymorphonuclear cells: 2.5-12.61; monocytes: 0.19-0.66).
Control normal blood sample
Blood samples from healthy volunteers.

septic shock study 1 (0h) / normal blood sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.6156216
Number of Samples:14 / 25
Experimental septic shock study 1 (0h)
Blood samples from intensive care unit patients shortly after (0h) non-severe septic shock (SAPS II-low). Severity was assessed using SAPS II score. Septic shock was defined as the combination of SIRS and an infection. To be diagnosed with SIRS patients had to show at least two of the following clinical situation: hypothermia (<36°C) or hyperthermia (>38°C), tachycardia (>90/min), tachypnea (>20 breaths/min) and/or arterial PCO2 of 32 mmHg or lower and/or mechanical ventilation, and leukocytosis (>12,000/mm3) or leukopenia (<4,000/mm3). Septic shock was defined as acute circulatory failure (systolic blood pressure <90 mmHg, mean arterial pressure <65 mmHg, or a reduction in systolic blood pressure >40 mmHg from baseline). In order to avoid confounding effects, patients with human immunodeficiency syndrome, hematologic malignancies evolving from insulin-dependent diabetes, dialyzed chronic renal failure, chronic liver disease stages III and more or patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy were excluded from the study. Other clinical characteristics of the group: non-survivor (7%), charlson median (0-2.8 %), SAPS II on admission median (29-40), duration length in ICU median (5-11), SOFA H6 (9-13), admission (surgery: 35.7%; medical: 64.3%); type of infection (community acquired: 42.86%; hospital acquired: 57.14%), suspected infection (Bacilli Gram (-): 77%; Cocci Gram (+):38%; Fungi: 15%), cell counts (white blood cells: 7.52-16.93 giga/L; lymphocytes: 0.32-1.22; polymorphonuclear cells: 6.6-14.31; monocytes: 0.49-1.66).
Control normal blood sample
Blood samples from healthy volunteers.

conditioned medium study 1 (HS27a) / untreated monocyte (CD14+) sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.4771042
Number of Samples:2 / 2
Experimental conditioned medium study 1 (HS27a)
CD14+ monocytes treated with HS27a conditioned medium (CM) for 48h.
Control untreated monocyte (CD14+) sample
Untreated CD14+ monocytes from two different donors.

septic shock study 2 (48h) / normal blood sample

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-1.46035
Number of Samples:12 / 25
Experimental septic shock study 2 (48h)
Blood samples from intensive care unit patients 48 hours after severe septic shock (SAPS II-high). Severity was assessed using SAPS II score. Septic shock was defined as the combination of SIRS and an infection. To be diagnosed with SIRS patients had to show at least two of the following clinical situation: hypothermia (<36°C) or hyperthermia (>38°C), tachycardia (>90/min), tachypnea (>20 breaths/min) and/or arterial PCO2 of 32 mmHg or lower and/or mechanical ventilation, and leukocytosis (>12,000/mm3) or leukopenia (<4,000/mm3). Septic shock was defined as acute circulatory failure (systolic blood pressure <90 mmHg, mean arterial pressure <65 mmHg, or a reduction in systolic blood pressure >40 mmHg from baseline). In order to avoid confounding effects, patients with human immunodeficiency syndrome, hematologic malignancies evolving from insulin-dependent diabetes, dialyzed chronic renal failure, chronic liver disease stages III and more or patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy were excluded from the study. Other clinical characteristics of the group: non-survivor (28.5%), charlson median (1.3-3.8 %), SAPS II on admission median (49-63), duration length in ICU median (6-30), SOFA H6 (9-13), admission (surgery: 57.1%; medical: 42.9%); type of infection (community acquired: 64.29%; hospital acquired: 35.71%), suspected infection (Bacilli Gram (-): 64%; Cocci Gram (+):64%; Fungi: 0%), cell counts (white blood cells: 3.23-15.68 giga/L; lymphocytes: 0.4-1.33; polymorphonuclear cells: 2.5-12.61; monocytes: 0.19-0.66).
Control normal blood sample
Blood samples from healthy volunteers.