Gene expression profiling
Identification of significant pathway cross-talk in rheumatoid arthritis by the Monte Carlo cross-validation method.
Identification of genes related to floral organ development in pak choi by expression profiling.
Single cell transcriptome profiling revealed differences in gene expression during oocyte maturation in Haimen white goats.
Comparative study of 13 candidate genes applying multi-reference normalization to detect the expression of different fineness in skin tissues of wool sheep.
Correlation-based linear discriminant classification for gene expression data.
Effects of feeding conditions on gene expression in chicken breast muscle.
Transcriptome analysis of peach (Prunus persica L. Batsch) during the late stage of fruit ripening.
Screening and analyzing genes associated with Amur tiger placental development
The Amur tiger is a unique endangered species in the world, and thus, protection of its genetic resources is extremely important. In this study, an Amur tiger placenta cDNA library was constructed using the SMART cDNA Library Construction kit. A total of 508 colonies were sequenced, in which 205 (76%) genes were annotated and mapped to 74 KEGG pathways, including 29 metabolism, 29 genetic information processing, 4 environmental information processing, 7 cell motility, and 5 organismal system pathways.
Involvement of ERK1/2 signaling in proliferation of eight liver cell types during hepatic regeneration in rats
It has been well established that ERK1/2 signaling, often subdivided into nine types of pathways, can regulate the hepatocyte proliferative response during liver regeneration. However, the effect of ERK1/2 signaling on the proliferation of other hepatic cell types remains unclear. We isolated and purified 8 liver cell types at 10 time points after 2/3 hepatectomy in adult rats. For each cell type, mRNA expression changes for ERK1/2 signaling-involved genes were monitored up to 168 h, using microarrays. Real-time PCR assays were performed for array data verification.