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Series GSE113679 Query DataSets for GSE113679
Status Public on Jun 01, 2020
Title Influence of G. lamblia infection on the transcriptional profile in intestinal and liver tissue [liver]
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary G. lamblia is a fecal-oral transmitted human enteropathogenic protozoan with extremely high incidence in endemic areas in Africa and Asia particularly in the infant population. It homes to the proximal small intestine and induced diarrhea and malabsoption. Here we established a novel murine G. lamblia infection model and analyzed the tissue response and downstream microbial and metabolic effects in the host.
 
Overall design Neonate mice at the age of 3-4 days were orally infected by gavage with 2x10^5 G. lamblia ATCC 5058 (assemblage B, strain GS, clone H7) trophozoites. The infection was monitored by antigen ELISA and quantitative PCR using weekly fecal samples as well as histology, transcriptional analysis of total gut tissue, isolated intestinal epithelial cells (Lotz et al., JEM, 2006) and total liver tissue as well as metabolic analysis in blood, intestinal content and liver tissue.
 
Contributor(s) Hornef MW, Riba AL, Hassani K
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Submission date Apr 25, 2018
Last update date Jun 23, 2023
Contact name Mathias W. Hornef
E-mail(s) mhornef@ukaachen.de
Phone +491702210495
Organization name RWTH √Āachen University
Department Medical Microbiology
Street address Steppenbergallee 203
City Aachen
ZIP/Postal code 52074
Country Germany
 
Platforms (1)
GPL24228 Agilent-084107 048306On1M_V3 082895 [PROBE NAME VERSION]
Samples (16)
GSM3111001 N-ZK166-C1 (LIVER) (12879)
GSM3111002 N-ZK166-C2 (LIVER) (12880)
GSM3111003 N-ZK166-C3 (LIVER) (12881)
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE113668 Influence of G. lamblia infection on the transcriptional profile in intestinal and liver tissue
Relations
BioProject PRJNA453571

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