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Record number 554127
Title Gene expression analysis of inguinal white adipose tissue upon cold exposure in ferrets: mainly metabolism is effected
Author(s) Reynés, Bàrbara; Schothorst, E.M. van; Keijer, J.; Oliver, Paula; Palou, Andreu
Source Wageningen University & Research
Department(s) WIAS
VLAG
Human and Animal Physiology
Publication type Dataset
Publication year 2019
Keyword(s) Mustela putorius furo - GSE62351 - PRJNA263902
Abstract Male ferrets, aged 3 months, were divided into two group: one group remained at 22 degrees Celsius, while the other group was acclimatized to 4 degrees Celsius for one week. After sacrification, inguinal white adipose tissues were dissected, and used for RNA isolation and subsequent global gene expression profiling using custom Agilent ferret-specific 2x400K microarrays. Data analysis indicated that mainly metabolism is significantly upregulated. When we focus on the top 50 significantly upregulated transcripts we identified: 7 genes involved in the structure and actin metabolism; 2 genes involved in lipid metabolism and 5 genes involved in electron transport chain in mitochondria and oxidative phosphorylation, suggesting an increased fatty acid catabolism; 4 genes involved in skeletal muscle or muscle contraction and 6 genes involved in skeletal development and 1 gene involved in brown and white adipose differentiation, suggesting a transformation of the cell population; 6 genes involved in amino acid catabolism; and 19 others genes involved in other processes
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