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Series GSE70305 Query DataSets for GSE70305
Status Public on Jun 01, 2016
Title Molecular Characterization of Acute Cellular Rejection Occurring during Intentional Immunosuppression Withdrawal in Liver Transplantation
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Acute cellular rejection occurs frequently during the first few weeks following liver transplantation. During this period its molecular phenotype is confounded by pro-inflammatory events elicited by surgery, ischemia-reperfusion injury and early post-transplant complications. To unambiguously define the molecular profile associated with rejection we collected sequential biological specimens from liver transplant patients at least 3 years after transplantation who developed rejection while enrolled in trials of intentional immunosuppression withdrawal
Overall design Transcriptomic RISET 2.0 chips were employed using portal blood vein from 37 liver trasplant patients.Two timepoints were selected: before immunosupressive weaning and rejection time point.
Contributor(s) Pennycuick A, Lozano JJ, Sanchez-Fueyo A
Citation(s) 26517400
Submission date Jun 26, 2015
Last update date Aug 31, 2016
Contact name Juanjo Lozano
Organization name CIBEREHD
Department Plataforma de Bioinformatica
Street address C/ Rosselló 153
City Barcelona
ZIP/Postal code 08036
Country Spain
Platforms (1)
GPL8136 Agilent RISET 2.0 8x15K 60mer oligonucleotide microarray
Samples (74)
GSM1723439 W21_NON-TOL
GSM1723440 W38_NON-TOL
GSM1723441 W40_NON-TOL
BioProject PRJNA288282

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