Kollaborációk

Illés Zsolt és Prof. Takashi Yamamura (Tokió, Japán Országos Neurológiai és Pszichiátriai Intézet)

Közös grant: Human Sciences Foundation

 

Satoh J, Illes Z, Peterfalvi A, Tabunoki H, Rozsa C, Yamamura T.

Aberrant transcriptional regulatory network in T cells of multiple sclerosis.

Neurosci Lett, 2007, 422:30-33.

To identify the molecular network of the genes deregulated in multiple sclerosis (MS), we studied gene expression profile of purified CD3(+) T cells isolated from Hungarian monozygotic MS twins by DNA microarray analysis. By comparing three concordant and one discordant pairs, we identified 20 differentially expressed genes (DEG) between the MS patient and the genetically identical healthy subject. Molecular network of 20 DEG analyzed by KeyMolnet, a comprehensive information platform, indicated the close relationship with transcriptional regulation by the Ets transcription factor family and the nuclear factor NF-kappaB. This novel bioinformatic approach proposes the logical hypothesis that aberrant regulation of the complex transcriptional regulatory network contributes to development of pathogenic T cells in MS.