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Gene signatures in wound tissue as evidenced by molecular profiling in the chick embryo model

Fabienne Soulet12, Witold W Kilarski12, Philipp Antczak3, John Herbert3, Roy Bicknell3, Francesco Falciani3 and Andreas Bikfalvi12*

Author Affiliations

1 INSERM, U920, 3340 Talence, France

2 Université Bordeaux I, 33 405 Talence, France

3 Institute of Biomedical Research, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK

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BMC Genomics 2010, 11:495  doi:10.1186/1471-2164-11-495

Published: 14 September 2010

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(additional Table S1): Clustering of genes with similar function according to Gene Ontology terms.

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(additional Table S2): List of all up-regulated genes (cut off > 2).

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(additional Table S3): List of all down-regulated genes (cut off > 0.1).

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(additional Table S4): Ingenuity pathway analysis. Regulated genes were analyzed by Ingenuity pathway analysis (IPA) in order to determine functional categories. Functional categories are listed in the tables that depict categories for up-regulated (A) or down-regulated genes (B). As it can been seen in the tables, categories related to tissue morphological processes have the highest Ingenuity scores.

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(additional Figure S1A-J): Representation of networks from the IPA for up-(A-H) or down-regulated genes (I-J).

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