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Series GSE152156 Query DataSets for GSE152156
Status Public on Jun 04, 2021
Title Role of the metabolic sensor AMP-activated protein kinase in T cell function in vivo [TCR-seq]
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary Purpose: To investigate the function of AMPK in T cells during in vivo activation.
Methods: WT (PRKAA1fl/fl) and KO (CD4-Cre PRKAA1fl/fl) T cells were transferred into Rag KO recipients to induce adoptive T cell transfer mediated colitis. Donor WT and KO spleen and mLN T cells were isolated 6 weeks after transfer and gene expression was assessed in WT vs. KO T cells and spleen vs. mLN samples.
Overall design Comparison of T cell receptor (TCR) clonotypes of in vivo activated WT and KO spleen and mLN T cells.
Contributor(s) Mayer KA, Zlabinger GJ
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Submission date Jun 09, 2020
Last update date Jun 05, 2021
Contact name Katharina A Mayer
Organization name Medical University of Vienna
Department Institute of Immunology
Street address Lazarettgasse 19
City Vienna
ZIP/Postal code 1090
Country Austria
Platforms (1)
GPL16417 Illumina MiSeq (Mus musculus)
Samples (12)
GSM4604935 WT rep1 mLN [TCR-seq]
GSM4604936 WT rep1 spleen [TCR-seq]
GSM4604937 WT rep3 mLN [TCR-seq]
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE152157 Role of the metabolic sensor AMP-activated protein kinase in T cell function in vivo
BioProject PRJNA639139
SRA SRP267103

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