TOP TEN perturbations for Q96C74 (Homo sapiens)

Organism: Homo sapiens
Gene: Q96C74
Selected probe(set): 223609_at
Platform: Affymetrix Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array

Expression of Q96C74 (223609_at) across 5392 perturbations tested by GENEVESTIGATOR:

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

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-8.077417
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).

bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (day28) / bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (confluent)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):7.525017
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (day28)
Differentiated normal human bronchial epithelial cell (NHBE) cultured for 28 days in an air-liquid interface (ALI) system. At this time point cells were fully differentiated and formed a polarized, pseudostratified mucociliary epithelium. In order to generate the ALI culture, undifferentiated cells were grown under submerged conditions in bronchial air-liquid interface (B-ALI) growth basal medium supplemented with expansion media. When cells reached confluency (after 3-5 days), an air-liquid interface culture (ALI system) was created by removing the apical medium and replacing the medium of the basal compartment with B-ALI differentiation medium. During the 28 days culture medium was replaced every 48 hour.
Control bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (confluent)
Confluent undifferentiated normal human bronchial epithelial cell (NHBE) cultured for 3-5 days under submerged conditions in bronchial air-liquid interface (B-ALI) growth basal medium supplemented with expansion media. At this time point cells formed a monolayer covering the whole surface of the insert.

bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (day28) / bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (subconfluent)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):7.45623
Number of Samples:3 / 3
Experimental bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (day28)
Differentiated normal human bronchial epithelial cell (NHBE) cultured for 28 days in an air-liquid interface (ALI) system. At this time point cells were fully differentiated and formed a polarized, pseudostratified mucociliary epithelium. In order to generate the ALI culture, undifferentiated cells were grown under submerged conditions in bronchial air-liquid interface (B-ALI) growth basal medium supplemented with expansion media. When cells reached confluency (after 3-5 days), an air-liquid interface culture (ALI system) was created by removing the apical medium and replacing the medium of the basal compartment with B-ALI differentiation medium. During the 28 days culture medium was replaced every 48 hour.
Control bronchial epithelial cell differentiation study 1 (subconfluent)
Subconfluent undifferentiated normal human bronchial epithelial cell (NHBE) cultured for 1-2 days under submerged conditions in bronchial air-liquid interface (B-ALI) growth basal medium supplemented with expansion media. At this time point cells still grew dispersed in the culture insert and covered 70% of the insert.

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

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-7.408149
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 (juvenile; Ad+) / normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-6.7360334
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 (mJS8) / male infertility study 1 (mJS2)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):6.5308294
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 (mJS7) / male infertility study 1 (mJS2)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):6.147463
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 (mJS3) / normal testicular lobules tissue (mJS10)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):-5.7160196
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 (mJS8) / male infertility study 1 (mJS3)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):4.8387003
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.

male infertility study 1 (mJS7) / male infertility study 1 (mJS3)

Relative Expression (log2-ratio):4.4553337
Number of Samples:4 / 3
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 (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.