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From: Comparative analysis of the human hepatic and adipose tissue transcriptomes during LPS-induced inflammation leads to the identification of differential biological pathways and candidate biomarkers

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The gene functional clusters identified for the significant, overlapping adipose and liver tissue transcriptomes. The overlapping (shared) upregulated adipose tissue (n = 7) and liver tissue (n = 5) significantly changed transcriptome. The overlapping (shared) upregulated adipose tissue and liver tissue significantly changed transcriptome. Within the overlapping network we identified functional clusters related to: (A) (anti)apoptosis/inflammation; (B) mobilization of T-lymphocytes and monocytes; (C) matrix remodelling; (D) T and B cell activation and functioning; (E) interleukin 7 receptor activity.

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