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Series GSE62097 Query DataSets for GSE62097
Status Public on Oct 07, 2014
Title CD161 defines a transcriptional and functional phenotype shared across distinct human T cell lineages (TCRgd)
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary T lymphocytes are conventionally divided into subsets based upon expression of co-receptors, cytokines and surface molecules. By mRNA microarray analysis, T lymphocytes that express the C-type lectin CD161 were identified to share a transcriptional profile, which led to the identification of an innate function across these previously defined subsets, including CD8, CD4 and TCRgd T cells.
Overall design Gene expression of sort purified, resting CD161+ and CD161- TCRgd T cells from peripheral blood was measured in 4 healthy donors.
Contributor(s) Fergusson JR, Rajoriya N, Lockstone H, Marchi E, Klenerman P
Citation(s) 25437561, 29423939
Submission date Oct 06, 2014
Last update date May 17, 2019
Contact name Joannah R Fergusson
Organization name University of Oxford
Department Peter Medawar Building for Pathogen Research
Street address South Parks Road
City Oxford
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ZIP/Postal code OX1 3SY
Country United Kingdom
Platforms (1)
GPL13607 Agilent-028004 SurePrint G3 Human GE 8x60K Microarray (Feature Number version)
Samples (8)
GSM1519608 ExVivoTCRgd_CD161+_Donor1
GSM1519609 ExVivoTCRgd_CD161-_Donor1
GSM1519610 ExVivoTCRgd_CD161+_Donor2
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE62099 CD161 defines a transcriptional and functional phenotype shared across distinct human T cell lineages
BioProject PRJNA263188

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