Type 1 diabetes protein network analyses combined with gene expression profiling in human islets

Regine Bergholdt, C. A. Brorsson, T. Fløyel, L. A. Berchtold, Albert Pallejà Caro, L. Jensen, J. Størling, Flemming Michael Pociot

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Type 1 diabetes Diabetes Mellitus, Insulin-Dependent (MeSH) endocrine disease/pancreas, immune system disease, metabolic disease etiology, genetics; Primates Mammalia Vertebrata Chordata Animalia (Animals, Chordates, Humans, Mammals, Primates, Vertebrates) - Hominidae [86215] human common; housekeeping genes expression regulation; 00520, General biology - Symposia, transactions and proceedings; 03502, Genetics - General; 03508, Genetics - Human; 13002, Metabolism - General metabolism and metabolic pathways; 13020, Metabolism - Metabolic disorders; 17002, Endocrine - General; 17008, Endocrine - Pancreas; 34508, Immunology - Immunopathology, tissue immunology; Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics; Human Medicine, Medical Sciences; pancreatic islet endocrine system; bioinformatics analysis mathematical and computer techniques; custom designed Low Density Array laboratory techniques, genetic techniques; gene expression profiling laboratory techniques, genetic techniques; genome-wide association study laboratory techniques, genetic techniques; protein network analysis laboratory techniques; STRING data mining software extracting mathematical and computer techniques; Clinical Endocrinology; Clinical Immunology; Metabolism; Molecular Genetics.
Original languageEnglish
Issue number1S
Pages (from-to)S76-S77
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes
Event46th EASD Meeting 2010 - Stockholm International Fairs & Congress Centre (Stockholmsmassan), Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: 20 Sept 201024 Sept 2010


Conference46th EASD Meeting 2010
LocationStockholm International Fairs & Congress Centre (Stockholmsmassan)


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