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Differential gene expression by chrysotile in human bronchial epithelial cells

  • Seo, Yoo-Na (Department of Medical Biotechnology, SoonChunHyang University) ;
  • Lee, Yong-Jin (Department of Medicine, SoonChunHyung University, SoonChunHyung Environmental Health Center for Asbestos Related Disease) ;
  • Lee, Mi-Young (Department of Medical Biotechnology, SoonChunHyang University)
  • Received : 2011.04.11
  • Accepted : 2011.09.27
  • Published : 2012.04.30

Abstract

Asbestos exposure has been known to contribute to several lung diseases named asbestosis, malignant mesothelioma and lung cancer, but the disease-related molecular and cellular mechanisms are still largely unknown. To examine the effects of asbestos exposure in human bronchial epithelial cells at gene level, the global gene expression profile was analyzed following chrysotile treatment. The microarray results revealed differential gene expression in response to chrysotile treatment. The genes up- and down-regulated by chrysotile were mainly involved in processes including metabolism, signal transduction, transport, development, transcription, immune response, and other functions. The differential gene expression profiles could provide clues that might be used to understand the pathological mechanisms and therapeutic targets involved in chrysotile-related diseases.

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Supported by : Ministry of Environment

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