48. Glycosyltransferase Gene Expression in Human Tissues

 

Using this system, we examined the expression of those genes in 27 different tissues by the technique which we named Systematic Multiplex RT-PCR (SM RT-PCR). The panoramic view of a total of 1836 (68x27) expression data demonstrates that some glycosyltransferase genes are differentially expressed, whereas some others are ubiquitously expressed. Although the expression profiling of glycosyltransferase genes alone may not directly explain the repertoires of oligosaccharides synthesized, it is an important step toward a better understanding of the gene expression network involved in oligosaccharide synthesis/degradation.

49. Glycosyltransferase Gene Expression Analyzed by Hierarchical Clustering Algorithm

01. ABO Blood Group System

Yamamoto, M., Yamamoto, F., Luong, T.T., Williams, T., Kominato, Y., Yamamoto, F. (2003). Expression profiling of 68 glycosyltransferase genes in 27 different human tissues by the systematic multiplex reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction method revealed clustering of sexually related tissues in hierarchical clustering algorithm analysis. Electrophoresis 24, 2295-2307. 


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