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Series GSE99610 Query DataSets for GSE99610
Status Public on May 30, 2022
Title The effect of dietary fibre exposure on gene expression profiles in intestinal Caco-2 cells
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Background: Human intestinal tissue samples are barely accessible to study potential health benefits of nutritional compounds. Dietary fibres have been descirbed to be beneficial for intestinal health. Therefore, in this study we explored the applicability of an in vitro model, namely human intestinal Caco-2 cells, to study the effect of dietary fibres on intestinal health. Transcriptomics was applied to obtain more insight into their mode of actions in the intestinal cells. Methods: Caco-2 cells were stimulated with 500 ug/ml dietary fibres and the maximal observed LPS contamination to serve as background control for 6 hours, total RNA was extracted and Affymterix Human Gene 1.1 ST arrays were used to analyze the gene expression profiles. To identify dietary fibre induced gene expression profiles in dietary fibre gene responses were compared to medium samples. Furthermore, to analyse differentiatlly affected pathways Ingenuite Pathway Analysis was employed. Results: Pathway analysis revealed a distinct separation between the dietary fibres. GOS and beta-glucan oat medium viscosity affected transcription of a lower amount of genes (gene cut-off p<0.05) and gen transcription changes suggest an increase in vesicle transport and altered cholesterol regulation. On the other hand, the other dietary fibres differentially regulated a larger numbers of genes (gene cut-off p<0.05) and all appeared related to immune responses. We observed an increase in intracellular and extracellular anti-bacterial pathways and production of cytokines specifically aimed at communication with the adaptive immune system. Conclusion: GOS and beta-glucan oat medium viscosity appeared to induce intestinal epithelial communication with the body, whereas the other dietary fibres appeared recognized as PAMP and induce epithelial cells to interact with the immune system.
 
Overall design Microarray analysis was performed on 21-days differentiated Caco-2 cells incubated with dietary fibres and LPS and medium control for 6 hours. This experiment was performed three times, so three independent biological replicates per treatment were included in the microarray analysis.
 
Contributor(s) Govers C, Mes JJ, Boekschoten MV, de Vos P
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Submission date Jun 02, 2017
Last update date Jun 01, 2022
Contact name Coen Govers
E-mail(s) coen.govers@wur.nl
Phone +31 317482850
Organization name Wageningen Food & Biobased Research
Street address Bornse Weilanden 9
City Wageningen
State/province N/A
ZIP/Postal code 6708 WG
Country Netherlands
 
Platforms (1)
GPL11532 [HuGene-1_1-st] Affymetrix Human Gene 1.1 ST Array [transcript (gene) version]
Samples (24)
GSM2648543 G114_A01_01_Caco_exp1_medium
GSM2648544 G114_A09_09_Caco_exp1_Novelose
GSM2648545 G114_A10_10_Caco_exp1_Inulin-chicory
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE99612 The effect of dietary fibre exposure on gene expression profiles in Caco-2 and THP-1 cells
Relations
BioProject PRJNA388895

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