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Record number 531507
Title The effect of insulin, glucose and rosiglitazone on mouse 3T3-L1 mature adipocytes gene expression
Author(s) Wang, Ping; Mariman, Edwin; Bunschoten, Annelies; Keijer, Jaap
Department(s) RIKILT - Business Unit Safety & Health
Publication type Dataset
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) GSE4683 - Mus musculus - PRJNA96793
Abstract Obesity is associated with insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes, implying a role for adipose tissue in the etiology of these disorders. We used cDNA microarrays to obtain expression profiles of adipocyte by the treatment of insulin and anti-diabetic drug rosiglitazone at both high and low glucose level. Mouse 3T3-L1 mature adipocytes were treated 2 days 1) with or without 1 µM insulin at low and high glucose level, 2) with or without 0.5 μM rosiglitazone at low and high glucose and insulin level. 1) The comparison between the insulin and non-insulin treatment at the same glucose level showed minor changes in the transcriptome. The expressions of some processing enzymes for extracellular matrix components were regulated by insulin. 2) Transcriptome data indicates that an altered energy metabolism is induced by rosiglitazone in mature adipocytes. In addition, rosiglitazone represses adipokine expression, except adiponectin and ApoE. Moreover, transcriptome changes indicate that a general repression of secreted protein encoding genes occurs.
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