Uncovering a Macrophage Transcriptional Program by Integrating Evidence from Motif Scanning and Expression Dynamics

@article{Ramsey2008UncoveringAM,
  title={Uncovering a Macrophage Transcriptional Program by Integrating Evidence from Motif Scanning and Expression Dynamics},
  author={Stephen A. Ramsey and Sandy L. Klemm and Daniel E. Zak and Kathleen A. Kennedy and Vesteinn Thorsson and Bin Li and Mark Gilchrist and Elizabeth S. Gold and Carrie D. Johnson and Vladimir Litvak and Garnet Navarro and Jared C. Roach and Carrie M. Rosenberger and Alistair G. Rust and Natalya Yudkovsky and Alan Aderem and Ilya Shmulevich},
  journal={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={4},
  pages={103 - 110}
}
Macrophages are versatile immune cells that can detect a variety of pathogen-associated molecular patterns through their Toll-like receptors (TLRs). In response to microbial challenge, the TLR-stimulated macrophage undergoes an activation program controlled by a dynamically inducible transcriptional regulatory network. Mapping a complex mammalian transcriptional network poses significant challenges and requires the integration of multiple experimental data types. In this work, we inferred a… CONTINUE READING
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