Gene expression response in target organ and whole blood varies as a function of target organ injury phenotype
Creators: Lobenhofer, Edward K, Auman, J Todd, Blackshear, Pamela E, Boorman, Gary A, Bushel, Pierre R, Cunningham, Michael L, Fostel, Jennifer M, Gerrish, Kevin, Heinloth, Alexandra N, Irwin, Richard D, Malarkey, David E, Merrick, B Alex, Sieber, Stella O, Tucker, Charles J, Ward, Sandra M, Wilson, Ralph E, Hurban, Patrick, Tennant, Raymond W, Paules, Richard S
- File Type: pdf | Filesize: 1.4 MB
- Date Deposited: 2012-08-24
- Date Created: 2008-06-20
Abstract This report details the standardized experimental design and the different data streams that were collected (histopathology, clinical chemistry, hematology and gene expression from the target tissue (liver) and a bio-available tissue (blood)) after treatment with eight known hepatotoxicants (at multiple time points and doses with multiple biological replicates). The results of the study demonstrate the classification of histopathological differences, likely reflecting differences in mechanisms of cell-specific toxicity, using either liver tissue or blood transcriptomic data.