|Application:||Gene expression microarray analysis|
|Number of samples:||11|
|Release date:||Sep 8 2011|
|Last update date:||Mar 23 2012|
|Dataset link||Microarray analysis of RNA of TCR transgenic CD8 T cells to assess the role of protein glycosylation in the decision between deletion vs. anergy in immune tolerance|
Here we analysze additional conditions: 1) Wild Type mice were injected injected only once with a strain of vaccinia virus that express hemagglutinin from influenza; 2) BIM KO Clone 4 transgenic T cells were transferred into B10D2 mice then injected daily for 3 days with 1ug of KdHA peptide and sorted by flow cytometry according to their expression of CD8 and thy1.1; 3) Mice injected with 1 ug (deleted condition) of influenza hemaglutinin antigen (HA), 24 hours post injection CD8 T CL4 cells were sorted by flow cytometry (FacsARIA) and 4) WildType mice injected with 100 ug (anergic condition) of influenza hemaglutinin antigen (HA), 24 hours post injection CD8 T CL4 cells were sorted by flow cytometry (FacsARIA). Dr. Sherman's lab aims to assess the role of protein glycosylation in the decision between deletion vs. anergy in immune tolerance, they have prepared purified TCR transgenic CD8 T cells stimulated in vivo using a strong antigenic signal (anergy conditions) or a weak antigenic signal (deletion conditions) with cognate antigen. Dr. Sherman's lab wishes to assess transcriptional differences in genes involved in protein glycosylation in these 2 cell populations. Then control population will be naïve transgenic CD8 cells. RNA preparations of mouse CD8 T cells from the B10D2 strain with three different conditions (Naïve, Deleted, and Anergic) were sent to the Microarray Core (E). The RNA was amplified, labeled, and hybridized to the GLYCOv4 microarrays.