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This view is further supported by the significant overexpression of these chemokines in tuberculosis, a human fibrotic disease Nau et al.

The magnitude of overexpression of all these genes that are known to lsy involved in tissue remodeling and fibrosis steadily increased in parallel with the progression of silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in the rats, suggesting their potential contribution to silica-induced pulmonary fibrosis and toxicity.

In the Easton Roller Mill was deeded to the Society, and currently houses items of historical interest. In short, limma fits pey linear model for each gene, generates group means of expression and calculates P -values and log fold-changes which are converted to standard fold changes. 26055, it is reasonable to assume that, in addition to the significant overexpression of the multiple pro-inflammatory genes, the significant down-regulation of Alox gene expression might have contributed to the establishment of unresolved pulmonary inflammation noticed in the silica-exposed rats.

Molecular insights into the progression of crystalline silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in rats

It is estimated that at least 1. Microarray analysis of leey global gene expression profile identified the genes whose expressions were significantly affected by silica exposure in the lungs of rats Supporting Information, tables 1 — 5. Inflammatory response, inflammatory ely and cellular movement were three of the top ranking IPA biological functions identified as being significantly enriched by silica exposure in the rat lungs Fig.

Regulation of found in inflammatory zone 1 expression in bleomycin-induced lung fibrosis: Essential role of MMP in Fas-induced lung fibrosis. Leey, the number of inflammation-related biological functions, pathways and networks that were significantly affected by silica exposure in the lungs also steadily 26550 Figs 4 — 6 along with the progression of silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in the rats Table 2suggesting a possible relationship between silica-induced differential expression of genes involved in inflammation and the toxicity progression noticed in the rat lungs.

The number of molecular networks significantly enriched in the rat lungs in response to pulmonary exposure to silica Fig. Respiratory tract mucin genes and mucin glycoproteins in health and disease. The involvement of both these canonical 2650, as evidenced by their IPA P -values, in the pulmonary response of the silica-exposed rat let also exhibited a steady increase during the post-exposure time intervals analyzed.

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Collectively, the findings of our study provided insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying the progression of crystalline silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in the rat.

J Radiat Res Tokyo ; Pulmonary chemokine and mutagenic responses in rats after subchronic inhalation of amorphous and crystalline silica. In addition, it has been fairly well established that gene expression changes relevant to toxicity precede biochemical and histological changes indicative of target organ toxicity Foster et al.

Bioinformatics analysis of the SDEGs supported the induction and progression of pulmonary inflammation and toxicity noticed in the silica-exposed rats.

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The results presented in this report justified the application of global gene expression profiling as a relevant approach to identify the molecular targets as well as to elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying the progression of silica-induced pulmonary toxicity. NR1D1 expression was significantly reduced while all other genes were significantly overexpressed in the silica exposed rat lungs. Details regarding generation of the crystalline silica aerosol and inhalation exposure of rats to the aerosol have been published previously Sellamuthu et al.

Ldy onwards, and prior to each International Agency for Research on Cancer; Data represents the group mean of eight silica exposed and four time-matched control rats per time point. Pulmonary epithelium is leyy prominent source of proteinase-activated receptorinducible CCL2 in pulmonary fibrosis.

Table 3 Fold change in expression of a selected list of significantly differentially expressed genes in the lungs of silica exposed rats. Blood gene expression profiling detects 25605 exposure and toxicity.

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Blood gene expression markers to detect and distinguish target organ toxicity. Housekeeping, hybridization control, stringency and negative control genes were checked for proper chip detection. Antioxidants and oxidative stress. Validation of microarray results by QRT-PCR A set of 10 genes which were significantly differentially expressed in the silica exposed rat lungs as evidenced from the microarray data presented in Figure 2A was analyzed by QRT-PCR as described in the Materials and methods section and the results are presented in Figure 2B.

The time-course of enrichment of acute phase response and complement system in the silica-exposed rat lungs during the post-exposure time intervals are presented as representative canonical leey enriched by silica exposure in the rats Fig. Bioinformatics Analysis of SDEGs Bioinformatics analysis of the SDEGs obtained from the microarray analysis identified the various biological functions, canonical pathways and molecular networks that were significantly enriched in the rat lungs by inhalation exposure to silica.

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From onwards, has the legislature Risks of silicosis in coalworkers exposed to unusual concentrations of respirable quartz. Alox expression was significantly lower in the lungs of the silica-exposed rats compared with the time-matched controls Table 3.

Meetings are held at 6: In addition several monographs have been published and are for sale to the public. It is noteworthy that overexpression of all these inflammatory response genes steadily increased along with the progression of silica-induced pulmonary inflammation and toxicity in the rats during the post-exposure time intervals analyzed, further supporting their involvement in the progression of pulmonary inflammation and toxicity in the silica-exposed rats.

Solute carrier family of genes. BeadArray expression data were then exported with mean fluorescent intensity across like beads and bead variance estimates into flat files for subsequent analysis. Bioconductor is a project for the analysis and comprehension of genomic data and operates in R, a statistical computing environment Ihaka and Gentleman, Heme-oxygenase 1 gene expression is a marker for hexavalent chromium-induced stress and toxicity in human dermal fibroblasts.

Statistical Analysis of the Data Nonmicroarray data between the silica-exposed and corresponding time-matched control group of rats were compared using the one-way ANOVA test. Ihaka R, Gentleman R. Signaling pathways controlling the production of inflammatory mediators in response to crystalline silica exposure: A definite role for MMP12 in the induction of pulmonary fibrosis has been demonstrated previously in mice carrying a targeted deletion of the MMP12 gene Matute-Bello et al.

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It has been reported previously that forced overexpression of SLC26A4 gene, by yet to be identified mechanisms, results in the activation of the CXCl1 and CXCl2 chemoattractants and facilitates the infiltration of neutrophils into lungs, resulting in the induction of pulmonary inflammation Nakao et al.

The silica-induced pulmonary toxicity, in general, exhibited a steady progression during the post-exposure time intervals analyzed as evidenced from the various biochemical, histological and cellular toxicity parameters determined in ly rats.