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Figure S1. PCA using the ratio data vs. the respective controls. Cells were treated for 8 hours with the single stimuli CD28, CD3 and PMA (black squares) and with the stimulatory combinations PMA/CD28 (blue circles) CD3/CD28 (green triangles) and CD3_PMA (red diamonds). The corresponding treatments with the stimulus + inhibitor combination are represented by the same symbols. Eg. the red diamond with the AEB071 label represents the samplein treated with CD3 + PMA and AEB071. This graph shows that PMA/CD28 stimulation was mainly affected by AEB071, whereas PMA/CD3 stimulation was mainly modulated by CsA, A420983 and AEB071. The symbols around the origin represent the treatments with the MAPK inhibitors, which only had a marginal effect on the stimuli used (the labels have been omitted for clarity). The numbers denote the number of significantly regulated probe sets for these conditions compared to the respective controls. These numbers were very low for the conditions including MAPK inhibitors and CD28 stimulation alone and for A420983 and CsA after PMA/CD28 stimulation (centered around the origin of the graph) and have therefore been omitted for clarity. For details of regulated probe sets for all conditions and the overlap between these sets, see Additional file 2: Table S1. Repeating this analysis with different values for the fold change and p-value cut off yielded essentially the same results for the multivariate analysis.
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Smeets et al. BMC Immunology 2012 13:12 doi:10.1186/1471-2172-13-12