Method and kit for dynamic gene expression monitoring

Abstract

This disclosure relates to methods and kits, systems for screening, diagnosing and prognosing a disease, disorder, or physiological state based upon temporal measurements and analysis of gene expression in a subject.

Claims

1 . A method of monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state, comprising: obtaining a first biological sample from the subject at a first time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of biological factors in the first biological sample; obtaining a second biological sample from the subject at a second time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of biological factors in the second biological sample; and determining a change in the quantified biological factors between the first sample and the second sample, wherein the change in the biological factors between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state. 2 . A method of monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state, comprising: obtaining a first salivary sample from the subject at a first time point; fixing a set of biological factors in the first salivary sample; obtaining a second salivary sample from the subject at a second time point; fixing a set of biological factors in the second salivary sample; quantifying biological factors in the first and the second salivary samples; and determining a change in the quantified biological factors between the first sample and the second sample, wherein the change in the biological factors between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state. 3 . The method of claim 1 , wherein the sample is collected by a method selected from a non-invasive method, a minimally invasive method and an invasive method. 4 . The method of claim 3 , wherein the non-invasive method is selected from the group consisting of the collection of saliva, the collection of urine and the collection of fecal matter. 5 . The method of claim 3 , wherein the minimally invasive method is selected from the group consisting of swabbing the buccal or rectal region of a subject. 6 . The method of claim 3 , wherein the invasive method is selected from the group consisting of collection of blood, serum; scrapings of a tissue and a biopsy. 7 . The method of claim 2 , wherein the biological factors are neutrophils. 8 . The method of claim 2 , wherein the biological factors are mRNA. 9 . The method of claim 2 , wherein the fixing is accomplished by contacting the biological factors with a fixative agent. 10 . The method of claim 9 , wherein the fixative agent is formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde, picric acid, mercuric ions, glutaraldehyde, or alcohol. 11 . The method of claim 9 , wherein the fixative agent is formaldehyde. 12 . The method of claim 9 , wherein the fixative agent is alcohol. 13 . A kit for carrying out the method of claim 2 . 14 - 19 . (canceled) 20 . A system for monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state, comprising: a computer; a computer program on the computer comprising instructions to: quantify the amounts of a set of biological factors in a first biological sample; store the quantified amounts from the first biological sample in a computer; quantify the amounts of a set of biological factors in a second biological sample; and determine a change in the quantified polynucleotides or polypeptides between the first sample and the second sample using the first stored quantified amounts and the second quantified amount, wherein the change in the polynucleotides or polypeptides between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state; and output the measured change, the mental, emotion or physical state associated with the measured change or a combination thereof to a technician or user. 21 . The system of claim 20 , wherein the computer is at a remote location. 22 . The method of claim 20 , wherein the biological factor is a polynucleotide. 23 . The method of claim 22 , wherein the polynucleotide is obtained from a neutrophil. 24 . The method of claim 23 , wherein the neutrophil is obtained from a saliva sample. 25 . The method of claim 23 or 24 , wherein the neutrophil is fixed in a fixative. 26 . The method of claim 25 , wherein the fixative is formaldehyde. 27 . The method of claim 22 , wherein the polynucleotide is an mRNA. 28 . The method of claim 27 , wherein the mRNA encodes a cytokine. 29 . The method of claim 1 , 2 , or 20 , wherein the biological factor is associated with a systemic biological reaction. 30 . The method of claim 1 , wherein the subject is a human. 31 . A kit compartmentalized to comprise: a formaldehyde fixative reagent; a mouth wash collector; and a balanced salt mouth wash. 32 . The kit of claim 31 , further comprising a sensor for measuring gene expression. 33 . The kit of claim 32 , wherein the sensor comprises a DNA microarray. 34 . The kit of claim 31 , further comprising a lysis buffer. 35 . The kit of claim 31 , further comprising one or more probes that specifically bind to a biological molecule in saliva.
CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS [0001] The application claims priority under 35 U.S.C. §119 to U.S. Provisional Application Ser. Nos. 60/943,095, filed Jun. 11, 2007 and 60/970,221, filed Sep. 5, 2007, the disclosures of which are incorporated herein by reference. FIELD OF THE INVENTION [0002] This invention relates to methods and kits, systems for screening, diagnosing and prognosing a disease, disorder, or physiological state based upon temporal measurements and analysis of gene expression in a subject. BACKGROUND [0003] Cells and tissues are influenced by endogenous and exogenous agents and respond with a cascade of biological activities to mediate a response to an agent. Gene expression provides phenotypic changes in a subject often associated with disease, disorder, or physiological state occurrence and progression. SUMMARY [0004] The disclosure provides a method of monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state. The method includes obtaining a first biological sample from the subject at a first time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of biological factors in the first biological sample; obtaining a second biological sample from the subject at a second time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of biological factors in the second biological sample; and determining a change in the quantified biological factors between the first sample and the second sample, wherein the change in the biological factors between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state. [0005] The disclosure also provides a method of monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state. The method includes obtaining a first salivary sample from the subject at a first time point; fixing a set of biological factors in the first salivary sample; obtaining a second salivary sample from the subject at a second time point; fixing a set of biological factors in the second salivary sample; quantifying biological factors in the first and the second salivary samples; and determining a change in the quantified biological factors between the first sample and the second sample, wherein the change in the biological factors between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state. [0006] The disclosure also provides a system for monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state. The method includes obtaining a first biological sample from the subject at a first time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of polynucleotides or polypeptides in the first biological sample; obtaining a second biological sample from the subject at a second time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of polynucleotides or polypeptides in the second biological sample; and determining a change in the quantified polynucleotides or polypeptides between the first sample and the second sample, wherein the change in the polynucleotides or polypeptides between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state and wherein the quantifying and determining a change are performed using a computer. [0007] The disclosure provides a method of monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state. The method includes obtaining a first biological sample from the subject at a first time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of biological factors in the first biological sample; obtaining a second biological sample from the subject at a second time point; quantifying the amounts of a set of biological factors in the second biological sample; and determining a change in the quantified biological factors between the first sample and the second sample, wherein the change in the biological factors between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state. [0008] The disclosure also provides a method of monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state, comprising obtaining a first salivary sample from the subject at a first time point; fixing a set of biological factors in the first salivary sample; obtaining a second salivary sample from the subject at a second time point; fixing a set of biological factors in the second salivary sample; quantifying biological factors in the first and the second salivary samples; and determining a change in the quantified biological factors between the first sample and the second sample, wherein the change in the biological factors between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state. [0009] Also provided are kits useful for carrying out the methods of the disclosure. For example, the kit can be compartmentalized to contain reagents for collection of biological factors such as Hanks Balanced Salt Solution and a fixing agent such as formaldehyde or alcohol. In addition, the kit may contain detection system or vessel used to transmit information to a remote location. The kit may comprise a device for detection of a biological factor in the sample that is collected (e.g., a microarray, an ELISA system and the like). [0010] The disclosure also provides a system for monitoring a subject's mental, emotional or physical state, comprising: a computer; a computer program on the computer comprising instructions to: quantify the amounts of a set of biological factors in a first biological sample; store the quantified amounts from the first biological sample in a computer; quantify the amounts of a set of biological factors in a second biological sample; and determine a change in the quantified polynucleotides or polypeptides between the first sample and the second sample using the first stored quantified amounts and the second quantified amount, wherein the change in the polynucleotides or polypeptides between the first sample and the second sample is indicative of the subject's mental, emotional or physical state; and output the measured change, the mental, emotion or physical state associated with the measured change or a combination thereof to a technician or user. [0011] The details of one or more embodiments of the invention are set forth in the accompanying drawings and the description below. Other features, objects, and advantages of the invention will be apparent from the description and drawings, and from the claims. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS [0012] FIG. 1A shows a Gel image of amplified cDNAs. Oral neutrophils fixed with formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde and used as source of mRNA. Global PCR amplification of mRNA yielded cDNA of sufficiently high quality for gene expression analysis as determined by gel electrophoresis. [0013] FIG. 1B shows an example of a biological response and gene expression change. [0014] FIG. 2 shows exemplary processing pathways of the disclosure. [0015] FIG. 3 shows neutrophils are easily isolated from epithelial Cells by size. Neutrophils are between about 9 and 16 microns in size and can be isolated by filtration. DETAILED DESCRIPTION [0016] As used herein and in the appended claims, the singular forms “a,” “and,” and “the” include plural referents unless the context clearly dictates otherwise. Thus, for example, reference to “a polynucleotide” includes a plurality of such polynucleotides and reference to “the marker” includes reference to one or more markers known to those skilled in the art, and so forth. [0017] Also, the use of “or” means “and/or” unless stated otherwise. Similarly, “comprise,” “comprises,” “comprising” “include,” “includes,” and “including” are interchangeable and not intended to be limiting. [0018] It is to be further understood that where descriptions of various embodiments use the term “comprising,” those skilled in the art would understand that in some specific instances, an embodiment can be alternatively described using language “consisting essentially of” or “consisting of.” [0019] Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood to one of ordinary skill in the art to which this disclosure belongs. Although methods and materials similar or equivalent to those described herein can be used in the practice of the disclosed methods and compositions, the exemplary methods, devices and materials are described herein. [0020] The publications discussed above and throughout the text are provided solely for their disclosure prior to the filing date of the present application. Nothing herein is to be construed as an admission that the inventors are not entitled to antedate such disclosure by virtue of prior disclosure. [0021] Gene expression can be examined by analyzing nucleic acids (e.g.: DNA, RNA) extracted from cells of a subject. To capture sufficient genetic materials, the cells must remain intact. When cells are removed from the body, the structure of individual cells should be stabilized by cytological processing. mRNA is unstable and easily degraded by RNases and to do a meaningful analysis, mRNA must be preserved. In other words, a valuable analysis is possible only if mRNA degradation is prevented. Many preservative compositions and fixatives cause irreversible damage to the structure of nucleic acids (e.g., DNA, and especially RNA) and reduce their yield, thereby limiting the usefulness of genetic analysis for clinical and research purposes. Suitable compositions for the preservation and/or storage of a cell should be used so that autolysis is prevented and that cellular morphology and mRNA are maintained until processing. [0022] Signals regulating gene expression can be generated as a result of human activities and experiences ranging from physical exercise to psychological stress. The fact that the expression level of genes goes up or down according to a person's stress level indicates that mental activity can influence the way our genetic “operating instructions” are carried out. This indication stems from the fact that humans are able to use psychological tools such, as meditation and visualization, to alter stress levels. For example, gene regulation is involved in mental states as subtle as expectation of pain or placebo effects; when subjects in the placebo study believed they were receiving a pain reliever, their brains released more endogenous opioids which act as natural painkillers by blocking transmission of pain signals between neurons. The activation of pain-suppressive, endogenous opioid neurotransmission involves the up-regulation of opioid genes to produce the opioid peptides for release. Since opioid genes are regulated by early response genes that must be up-regulated first, these data demonstrate indirectly that purely mental processes involved in expectation can trigger up-regulation of early response gene and opioid gene expression (See FIG. 1B ). [0023] Monitoring dynamic genetic changes through screening genetic materials of cells can be achieved only if cellular degradation is prevented. Convenient methods to collect suitable samples while preserving cellular integrity is essential to achieving an efficient genetic analysis. [0024] The disclosure provides a method, system and kits for monitoring of biological changes in a subject. In another aspect, the disclosure provides methods of determining the risk of, diagnosis of, or prognosis of a disease or disorder, or physiological state. The methods, systems and kits of the disclosure are useful for obtaining and preserving biological samples, for use in monitoring gene expression changes in a subject. [0025] In some aspects of the disclosure, the monitoring of gene expression changes is obtained at a home, and may be remotely determined. The biological sample is acquired at a plurality of time points. A change in the expression of a marker or plurality of markers measured temporally can provide data indicative of various phenotypic changes, diseases or disorders. These biological factors can then be characterized to indicate the presence of a local or systemic response in the subject. [0026] The process begins with the collection of samples at two or more times and results in the subject receiving personal information related to the dynamic state of their genes ( FIG. 2 ). There are numerous methods of obtaining biological samples comprising a biological factor (e.g., a polynucleotide) useful for obtaining gene expression profiles. [0027] In one embodiment, the sample is collected from the mouth of a subject. For example, the mouth comprises a number of different cell types including epithelial, mucosal, eosinophils, macrophages, neutrophils and the like. Samples from the mouth of a subject can be obtained non-invasively by swab, saliva or a wash. It will be recognized the certain biological molecules are easily degraded due to enzymes also found in these same cells or samples (RNAses). Once a sample is obtained fixing the sample to prevent degradation and to obtain proper sample representation should be performed. In one aspect, the sample is obtain by washing the e.g., mouth with a balanced salt solution (e.g., HBSS) and collecting the wash in a sample reservoir. In a further aspect, the sample reservoir can comprise a fixative such as formaldehyde to prevent degradation. In another aspect, a fixative is mixed with the sample after collection. Other methods will be apparent for collection of samples for performance of the methods described herein. [0028] For example, in some instances the sample will be obtained from a location of a subject related to the disease, disorder, or physiological state to be detected. Samples may be isolated by any number of means well known in the art. For example, non-invasive methods for collecting a biological factor, such as polynucleotides, from skin cells below the stratum corneum can be used to measure changes of skin cells (e.g., related to inflammation or dermatitis). In another aspect, a non-invasive method includes the collection of saliva, urine or fecal matter. In yet another aspect, a minimally invasive method includes the collection by swabbing the buccal or rectal region of a subject. Invasive methods of collection of a biological sample include the collection of blood, serum or scrapings of a tissue. The blood or serum can be collected by pricking the skin or by collection of a larger volume of blood through aspiration of blood from a vein. Thus, a biological sample for use in the methods of the disclosure can comprise any of the following: serum, blood, saliva, sputum, urine, fecal matter, tissue samples, and the like, so long as a polynucleotide or polypeptide marker is present in the biological sample. These biological factors can then be characterized to indicate the presence of a local or systemic response in the subject. [0029] As a result of scientific advances in the field of genomics, the search for biomarkers associated with health or diseases and disorders has been intensified. Non-invasive means for collecting and monitoring biomarkers are highly desirable as they lead not only to subject convenience and increased compliance, but also to a safe and efficient point-of-care mechanism suitable in remote or impoverished settings. The use of biofluid saliva to monitor health and disease state of an individual is gaining popularity. Saliva is the mirror of the body and it contains biological factors indicative of an individual's health or disease state (Li et al, 2005). Accordingly, in one embodiment, the sample will be obtained from saliva. The subject will rinse mouth with an oral rinse and then eject saliva into a collection device. An oral rinse assay could include an osmotically balanced solution (e.g.: normal saline, Hank's Balanced Salt Solution). [0030] Biological factors in saliva can be extracted and analyzed by any number of means well known in the art. Extraction of saliva content such as RNA extraction from cell-free saliva has been used to perform genetic analysis (Wong Ser. No. 11/531,967-A1-20070117123). [0031] Although extracellular RNA and proteins have been used to detect diseases (Li et al, 2005), a preferred embodiment of the disclosure describes collection of cellular components in saliva such as neutrophils. Neutrophils are plentiful in saliva. There is a continuous influx of neutrophils into the saliva as the immune system acts to eradicate infective agents in the mouth (Bender et al. 2006). Neutrophils can be collected by rinsing the mouth with an osmotically balanced solution (e.g.: normal saline, Hank's Balanced Salt Solution). Samples may be isolated by any number of means well known in the art. Invasive methods for isolating a sample include the use of needles, for example during blood sampling, as well as biopsies of various tissues. The disclosure provides a method and kit useful for non-invasively, minimally invasive or invasively obtaining a sample which may be used as a source for obtaining biological factors in the detection, diagnosis, or prognosis of various diseases, disorders, or inflammatory reactions. [0032] Neutrophils are easily collected from saliva samples (Ashkenazi and Dennison 1989), (Bender, Thang et al. 2006) and separated from oral epithelial cells and debris by size (See FIG. 3 ). Neutrophils are capable of extensive, rapid, and complex changes in gene expression (Newburger, Subrahmanyam et al. 2000), (Roy, Khanna et al. 2005). [0033] Preservation of nucleic acids in a fresh cell usually requires special handling, such as immediate processing or freezing, to allow examination by a combination of cytologic and genetic techniques. A valuable mRNA analysis is possible only if mRNA degradation is prevented and macromolecular structures are stabilized. [0034] Any number of preservation techniques known in the art can be used. Suitable compositions for the preservation and/or storage of a cell would ensure that autolysis is prevented and that cellular morphology and mRNA are maintained until processing. Any number of means well known in the art can be used to preserve the Sample. Many preservative compositions and fixatives cause irreversible damage to the structure of nucleic acids (e.g., DNA, and especially RNA) and reduce their yield, thereby limiting the usefulness of genetic analysis. [0035] Any number of fixative agents that are known in the art can be used. The usual formulations for fixing of cells contain one or more agents which react with the cells. Typical of this type of agent is formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde, picric acid, mercuric ions and glutaraldehyde. In addition, alcohol may be used as a fixative agent. [0036] In one embodiment, the saliva sample is fixed using a fixative agent such as formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde. The fixative agent disables intrinsic biomolecules (e.g.: RNAses) so that samples can be stored for RNA isolation at a later time. In an embodiment of the disclosure, formaldehyde solution at a concentration of 37% W/W is added to the saliva sample at a final concentration of 2.3% and samples are stored at 4 degree centigrade. [0037] As used herein, the term “fixative agent” refers to an agent suitable for the preservation and stabilization of a cell that would ensure autolysis is prevented and that cellular morphology and mRNA are maintained until a later time. An example of a fixative agent includes formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde, picric acid, mercuric ions, glutaraldehyde, and alcohol. [0038] “Fixing” as used herein refers to a process of preservation and stabilization preventing autolysis, destruction, and damage to cells or the biological factors contained therein. For example, fixing cellular components with a fixative agent can result in preservation of cells containing one or more agents. [0039] A limitation on use of RNA expression analysis has been the requirement for high-quality RNA derived from samples. Some reports have concluded that RT-PCR-based methods from formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) for genome-wide microarray analysis do not perform well because only a minority of FFPE blocks could be analyzed (Penland, Keku et al. 2007), (Amary, Berisha et al. 2007). While other reports have shown gene expression profiling using formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) cancer cells was efficient. [0040] In one embodiment of this disclosure, the saliva sample is fixed using a fixative agent such as formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde. [0041] Other reports show that RNA retrieved from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues result in fragmented RNA and a lower yield. These reports demonstrate that for immersion fixation of brains, 70% ethanol is superior to formalin for mRNA preservation. (Su, Perlaky et al. 2004). [0042] Similar reports demonstrate that consistent results are more easily obtainable using ethanol-fixed tissues, whereas formalin-fixed tissue does not typically provide a useful substrate for cDNA synthesis and labeling (Karsten, Van Deerlin et al. 2002). [0043] In another embodiment of this disclosure, the saliva sample is fixed using a fixative agent such as alcohol. [0044] In one embodiment, neutrophils are separated from epithelial cells and other debris in the saliva by filtration. These oral neutrophils fixed with formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde is then used as source of mRNA for gene expression analysis. [0045] Various types of amplification techniques are now well-developed to enable gene expression analysis from a small number of cells (Ginsberg 2005), (Ozawa, Kishi et al. 2006), (Paludan and Thestrup-Pedersen 1992), (Kim, Dix et al. 2006), (Laurell, Wirta et al. 2007), (Kurimoto, Yabuta et al. 2007), (Kube, Savci-Heijink et al. 2007). The specific protocols employed will depend upon practical aspects that will likely differ between applications. [0046] A biological factor obtained from any in vitro or in vivo biological sample, in purified or non-purified form, can be used as the starting material. As used herein, the term “biological factor” means any number of factors that have biological activity or play a biological role. For example, biological factor includes polynucleotides, such as DNA, RNA, mRNA and cDNA, polypeptides, including those identified in Table 1 (attached hereto) fragments thereof, as well as lipids such as cholesterol, fatty acids, and inflammatory mediators such as leukotrienes, prostaglandins and others produced by enzymatic activity results from DNA transcription and polypeptide expression. [0047] The disclosure provides a method for obtaining polynucleotides, such as mRNA, which are helpful to establish changes in the synthetic patterns of the subject's cells or organ systems. Various methods can be used to amplify and/or detect such polynucleotides as described more fully herein. [0048] As used herein, the terms “nucleic acid,” “polynucleotide,” or “nucleic acid sequence” refer to a polymer of deoxyribonucleotides or ribonucleotides, in the form of a separate fragment or as a component of a larger construct. Polynucleotide or nucleic acid sequences of the disclosure include DNA, RNA, including mRNA and cDNA sequences. [0049] Polynucleotides can be obtained from the biological sample using any number of techniques known in the art. Where the sample comprises cells, the cells may be first lysed, followed by purification and/or amplification of the polynucleotide. [0050] As used herein, the term “polypeptide” refers to a polymer of amino acid residues in the form of a separate fragment or component of a larger construct. An example of a polypeptide includes amino acid sequences encoding a cytokine or fragments thereof. A polypeptide may encode for a functional protein or fragments of a protein. For example, an IL-4 polypeptide includes the full length protein sequence of IL-4 as well as fragments thereof consisting of a polymer of amino acids. [0051] “Cytokine” as used herein means any number of factors that play a role in cellular regulation or differentiation. For example, cytokines can include the family of interleukins (IL) including IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-8, IL-9, IL-13, IL-14 as well as factors belonging to the transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) superfamily, GM-CSF and interferon. [0052] Polynucleotides can be isolated from the lysed cells and cellular material by any number of means well known to those skilled in the art. For example, a number of commercial products are available for isolating polynucleotides, including but not limited to, TriReagent (Molecular Research Center, Inc, Cincinnati, Ohio) may be used. The isolated polynucleotides can then be tested or assayed for particular nucleic acid sequences, including a polynucleotide encoding a cytokine. [0053] Consequently, the process may employ, for example, DNA or RNA, including messenger RNA (mRNA), isolated from a tissue. The DNA or RNA may be single stranded or double stranded. When RNA is obtained, enzymes and conditions optimal for reverse transcribing the template to DNA well known in the art can be used. Alternatively, the RNA can be subjected to RNAse protection assays. A DNA-RNA hybrid that contains one strand of each may also be used. A mixture of polynucleotides may also be employed, or the polynucleotides produced in a previous amplification reaction, using the same or different primers may be so used. In the instance where the polynucleotide sequence is to be amplified the polynucleotide sequence may be a fraction of a larger molecule or can be present initially as a discrete molecule, such that the specific sequence is the entire nucleic acid. It is not necessary that the sequence to be amplified be present initially in a pure form; it may be a minor fraction of a complex mixture, such as contained in whole human DNA. [0054] A probe refers to a molecule which can detectably distinguish changes in gene expression or can distinguish between target molecules differing in structure. Detection can be accomplished in a variety of different ways depending on the type of probe used and the type of target molecule. Thus, for example, detection may be based on discrimination of activity levels of the target molecule, but typically is based on detection of specific binding. Examples of such specific binding include antibody binding and nucleic acid probe hybridization. Thus, for example, probes can include enzyme substrates, antibodies and antibody fragments, and nucleic acid hybridization probes (including primers useful for polynucleotide amplification and/or detection). Thus, in one embodiment, the detection of the presence or absence of the at least one target polynucleotide involves contacting a biological sample with a probe, typically an oligonucleotide probe, where the probe hybridizes with a form of a target polynucleotide in the biological sample containing a complementary sequence, where the hybridization is carried out under selective hybridization conditions. Such an oligonucleotide probe can include one or more nucleic acid analogs, labels or other substituents or moieties so long as the base-pairing function is retained. [0055] An oligonucleotide probe or a primer refers to a nucleic acid molecule of between 8 and 2000 nucleotides in length, or is specified to be about 6 and 1000 nucleotides in length. More particularly, the length of these oligonucleotides can range from about 8, 10, 15, 20, or 30 to 100 nucleotides, but will typically be about 10 to 50 (e.g., 15 to 30 nucleotides). The appropriate length for oligonucleotides in assays of the disclosure under a particular set of conditions may be empirically determined by one of skill in the art. [0056] Oligonucleotide primers and probes can be prepared by any suitable method, including, for example, cloning and restriction of appropriate sequences and direct chemical synthesis. One of skill will be capable of identifying appropriate probes and primer pairs from the polynucleotide sequence referenced in Table 1. [0057] Oligonucleotide probes and primers can comprise nucleic acid analogs such as, for example peptide nucleic acids, locked nucleic acid (LNA) analogs, and morpholino analogs. The 3′ end of the probe can be functionalized with a capture or detectable label to assist in detection of a target polynucleotide or of a polymorphism. [0058] Any of the oligonucleotides or nucleic acids of the disclosure can be labeled by incorporating a detectable label measurable by spectroscopic, photochemical, biochemical, immunochemical, or chemical means. For example, such labels can comprise radioactive substances (32P, 35S, 3H, 125I), fluorescent dyes (5-bromodesoxyuridin, fluorescein, acetylaminofluorene, digoxigenin), biotin, nanoparticles, and the like. Such oligonucleotides are typically labeled at their 3′ and 5′ ends. [0059] A reference or control population refers to a group of subjects or individuals who are predicted to be representative of the genetic variation found in the general population having a particular genotype or expression profile. Typically, the reference population represents the genetic variation in the population at a certainty level of at least 85%, typically at least 90%, least 95% and but commonly at least 99%. [0060] A subject comprises an individual (e.g., a mammalian subject or human) whose gene expression profile, genotypes or haplotypes or response to treatment or disease state or change in physiological state are to be determined. [0061] In addition, RNAse protection assays may be used if RNA is the polynucleotide obtained from the sample. In this procedure, a labeled antisense RNA probe is hybridized to the complementary polynucleotide in the sample. The remaining unhybridized single-stranded probe is degraded by ribonuclease treatment. The hybridized, double stranded probe is protected from RNAse digestion. After an appropriate time, the products of the digestion reaction are collected and analyzed on a gel (see for example Ausubel et al., CURRENT PROTOCOLS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, section 4.7.1 (1987)). As used herein, “RNA probe” refers to a ribonucleotide capable of hybridizing to RNA in a sample of interest. Those skilled in the art will be able to identify and modify the RNAse protection assay specific to the polynucleotide to be measured, for example, probe specificity may be altered, hybridization temperatures, quantity of nucleic acid etc. Additionally, a number of commercial kits are available, for example, RiboQuant™ Multi-Probe RNAse Protection Assay System (Pharmingen, Inc., San Diego, Calif.). [0062] In another embodiment, the polynucleotide in the sample may be analyzed by Northern or Southern blot. In this technique the polynucleotides are separated on a gel and then probed with a complementary polynucleotide to the sequence of interest. For example, RNA is separated on a gel transferred to nitrocellulose and probed with complementary DNA to the sequence of interest. The complementary probe may be labeled radioactively, chemically etc. Hybridization of the probe is indicative of the presence of the polynucleotide of interest. [0063] Detection of a polynucleotide encoding a cytokine may be performed by standard methods such as size fractionating the nucleic acid. Methods of size fractionating the DNA and RNA are well known to those of skill in the art, such as by gel electrophoresis, including polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE). For example, the gel may be a denaturing 7 M or 8 M urea-polyacrylamide-formamide gel, Size fractionating the nucleic acid may also be accomplished by chromatographic methods known to those of skill in the art. [0064] The detection of polynucleotides may optionally be performed by using radioactively labeled probes. Any radioactive label may be employed which provides an adequate signal. Other labels include ligands, colored dyes, and fluorescent molecules, which can serve as a specific binding pair member for a labeled ligand, and the like. The labeled preparations are used to probe for a polynucleotide by the Southern or Northern hybridization techniques, for example. Nucleotides obtained from samples are transferred to filters that bind polynucleotides. After exposure to the labeled polynucleotide probe, which will hybridize to nucleotide fragments containing target nucleic acid sequences, the binding of the radioactive probe to target nucleic acid fragments is identified by autoradiography (see Genetic Engineering, 1 ed. Robert Williamson, Academic Press (1981), pp. 72-81). The particular hybridization technique is not essential to the disclosure. Hybridization techniques are well known or easily ascertained by one of ordinary skill in the art. As improvements are made in hybridization techniques, they can readily be applied in the method of the disclosure. [0065] Any of the oligonucleotide primers and probes of the disclosure can be immobilized on a solid support. Solid supports are known to those skilled in the art and include the walls of wells of a reaction tray, test tubes, polystyrene beads, magnetic beads, nitrocellulose strips, membranes, and microparticles such as latex particles, glass, microfluidic devices and the like. The solid support is not critical and can be selected by one skilled in the art. Thus, latex particles, microparticles, magnetic or non-magnetic beads, membranes, plastic tubes, walls of microtiter wells, glass or silicon chips and the like are all suitable examples. Suitable methods for immobilizing oligonucleotides on a solid phase include ionic, hydrophobic, covalent interactions and the like. The solid support can be chosen for its intrinsic ability to attract and immobilize the capture reagent. The oligonucleotide probes or primers of the disclosure can be attached to or immobilized on a solid support individually or in groups of about 2-10,000 distinct oligonucleotides of the disclosure to a single solid support. [0066] A substrate comprising a plurality of oligonucleotide primers or probes of the disclosure may be used either for detecting or amplifying targeted sequences. [0067] The oligonucleotide probes and primers of the disclosure can be attached in contiguous regions or at random locations on the solid support. Alternatively the oligonucleotides of the disclosure may be attached in an ordered array wherein each oligonucleotide is attached to a distinct region of the solid support which does not overlap with the attachment site of any other oligonucleotide. Typically, such oligonucleotide arrays are “addressable” such that distinct locations are recorded and can be accessed as part of an assay procedure. The knowledge of the location of oligonucleotides on an array makes “addressable” arrays useful in hybridization assays. For example, the oligonucleotide probes can be used in an oligonucleotide chip such as those marketed by Affymetrix and described in U.S. Pat. No. 5,143,854; PCT publications WO 90/15070 and 92/10092, the disclosures of which are incorporated herein by reference. These arrays can be produced using mechanical synthesis methods or light directed synthesis methods which incorporate a combination of photolithographic methods and solid phase oligonucleotide synthesis. [0068] The immobilization of arrays of oligonucleotides on solid supports has been rendered possible by the development of a technology generally referred to as “Very Large Scale Immobilized Polymer Synthesis” in which probes are immobilized in a high density array on a solid surface of a chip (see, e.g., U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,143,854; and 5,412,087 and in PCT Publications WO 90/15070, WO 92/10092 and WO 95/11995, each of which are incorporated herein by reference), which describe methods for forming oligonucleotide arrays through techniques such as light-directed synthesis techniques. [0069] The polynucleotides encoding the desired polypeptide may be amplified before detecting. The term “amplified” refers to the process of making multiple copies of the nucleic acid from a single polynucleotide molecule. The amplification of polynucleotides can be carried out in vitro by biochemical processes known to those of skill in the art. The amplification agent may be any compound or system that will function to accomplish the synthesis of primer extension products, including enzymes. Suitable enzymes for this purpose include, for example, E. coli DNA polymerase I, Taq polymerase, Klenow fragment of E. coli DNA polymerase I, T4 DNA polymerase, other available DNA polymerases, polymerase muteins, reverse transcriptase, ligase, and other enzymes, including heat-stable enzymes (i.e., those enzymes that perform primer extension after being subjected to temperatures sufficiently elevated to cause denaturation). Suitable enzymes will facilitate combination of the nucleotides in the proper manner to form the primer extension products that are complementary to each mutant nucleotide strand. Generally, the synthesis will be initiated at the 3′-end of each primer and proceed in the 5′-direction along the template strand, until synthesis terminates, producing molecules of different lengths. There may be amplification agents, however, that initiate synthesis at the 5′-end and proceed in the other direction, using the same process as described above. In any event, the method of the disclosure is not to be limited to the embodiments of amplification described herein. [0070] One method of in vitro amplification which can be used according to this disclosure is the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) described in U.S. Pat. Nos. 4,683,202 and 4,683,195. The term “polymerase chain reaction” refers to a method for amplifying a DNA base sequence using a heat-stable DNA polymerase and two oligonucleotide primers, one complementary to the (+)-strand at one end of the sequence to be amplified and the other complementary to the (−)-strand at the other end. Because the newly synthesized DNA strands can subsequently serve as additional templates for the same primer sequences, successive rounds of primer annealing, strand elongation and dissociation produce rapid and highly specific amplification of the desired sequence. The polymerase chain reaction is used to detect the presence of polynucleotides encoding cytokines in the sample. Many polymerase chain methods are known to those of skill in the art and may be used in the method of the disclosure. For example, DNA can be subjected to 30 to 35 cycles of amplification in a thermocycler as follows: 95° C. for 30 sec, 52° to 60° C. for 1 min, and 72° C. for 1 min, with a final extension step of 72° C. for 5 min. For another example, DNA can be subjected to 35 polymerase chain reaction cycles in a thermocycler at a denaturing temperature of 95° C. for 30 sec, followed by varying annealing temperatures ranging from 54-58° C. for 1 min, an extension step at 70° C. for 1 min and a final extension step at 70° C. [0071] The primers for use in amplifying the polynucleotides of the disclosure may be prepared using any suitable method, such as conventional phosphotriester and phosphodiester methods or automated embodiments thereof so long as the primers are capable of hybridizing to the polynucleotides of interest. One method for synthesizing oligonucleotides on a modified solid support is described in U.S. Pat. No. 4,458,066. The exact length of primer will depend on many factors, including temperature, buffer, and nucleotide composition. The primer must prime the synthesis of extension products in the presence of the inducing agent for amplification. [0072] Primers used according to the method of the disclosure are complementary to each strand of nucleotide sequence to be amplified. The term “complementary” means that the primers must hybridize with their respective strands under conditions which allow the agent for polymerization to function. In other words, the primers that are complementary to the flanking sequences hybridize with the flanking sequences and permit amplification of the nucleotide sequence. Preferably, the 3′ terminus of the primer that is extended has perfectly base paired complementarity with the complementary flanking strand. [0073] Those of ordinary skill in the art will know of various amplification methodologies which can also be utilized to increase the copy number of target nucleic acid. The polynucleotides detected in the method of the disclosure can be further evaluated, detected, cloned, sequenced, and the like, either in solution or after binding to a solid support, by any method usually applied to the detection of a specific nucleic acid sequence such as another polymerase chain reaction, oligomer restriction (Saiki et al., Bio/Technology 3:1008-1012 (1985)), allele-specific oligonucleotide (ASO) probe analysis (Conner et al., Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 80: 278 (1983), oligonucleotide ligation assays (OLAs) (Landegren et al., Science 241:1077 (1988)), RNAse Protection Assay and the like. Molecular techniques for DNA analysis have been reviewed (Landegren et al, Science 242: 229-237 (1988)). Following DNA amplification, the reaction product may be detected by Southern blot analysis, without using radioactive probes. In such a process, for example, a small sample of DNA containing the polynucleotides obtained from the tissue or subject are amplified, and analyzed via a Southern blotting technique. The use of non-radioactive probes or labels is facilitated by the high level of the amplified signal. In one embodiment of the disclosure, one nucleoside triphosphate is radioactively labeled, thereby allowing direct visualization of the amplification product by autoradiography. In another embodiment, amplification primers are fluorescently labeled and run through an electrophoresis system. Visualization of amplified products is by laser detection followed by computer assisted graphic display, without a radioactive signal. [0074] Simple visualization of a gel containing the separated products may be utilized to determine the presence of a disease, disorder or other physiological state. For example, staining of a gel to visualize separated polynucleotides, a number of stains are well known to those skilled in the art. However, other methods known to those skilled in the art may also be used, for example scanning densitometry, computer aided scanning and quantitation as well as others. [0075] Thus, the methods described above can be used to invasively, minimally invasively or non-invasively obtain a sample from a subject suspected of having a disease, disorder, or physiological state to be analyzed. The polynucleotides can then be analyzed using methods such as, but not limited to, those described above. Any number of polynucleotides resulting from differential expression (e.g., cytokine levels) can be quantified by measuring their relative expression in the sample obtained and comparing these levels to a prior obtained sample. For example, the mRNA level(s) in a cell change when the production of proteins are either increased or reduced. Thus, a measurement of RNA, in particular mRNA, provides a monitor of event(s) occurring in a subject as a result of a local or a systemic response. It will be recognized that the techniques are capable of detecting any reaction, disorder, or disease so long as the biological factor is present in the sample. [0076] The detectable label may be a radioactive label or may be a luminescent, fluorescent of enzyme label. Indirect detection processes typically comprise probes covalently labeled with a hapten or ligand such as digoxigenin (DIG) or biotin. Following the hybridization step, the target-probe duplex is detected by an antibody- or streptavidin-enzyme complex. Enzymes commonly used in DNA diagnostics are horseradish peroxidase and alkaline phosphatase. Direct detection methods include the use of fluorophor-labeled oligonucleotides, lanthanide chelate-labeled oligonucleotides or oligonucleotide-enzyme conjugates. Examples of fluorophor labels are fluorescein, rhodamine and phthalocyanine dyes. [0077] Label detection will be based upon the type of label used in the particular assay. Such detection methods are known in the art. For example, radioisotope detection can be performed by autoradiography, scintillation counting or phosphor imaging. For hapten or biotin labels, detection is with an antibody or streptavidin bound to a reporter enzyme such as horseradish peroxidase or alkaline phosphatase, which is then detected by enzymatic means. For fluorophor or lanthanide-chelate labels, fluorescent signals may be measured with spectrofluorimeters with or without time-resolved mode or using automated microtitre plate readers. With enzyme labels, detection is by color or dye deposition (p-nitropheny phosphate or 5-bromo-4-chloro-3-indolyl phosphate/nitroblue tetrazolium for alkaline phosphatase and 3,3′-diaminobenzidine-NiCl 2 for horseradish peroxidase), fluorescence (e.g., 4-methyl umbelliferyl phosphate for alkaline phosphatase) or chemiluminescence (the alkaline phosphatase dioxetane substrates LumiPhos 530 from Lumigen Inc., Detroit Mich. or AMPPD and CSPD from Tropix, Inc.). Chemiluminescent detection may be carried out with X-ray or polaroid film or by using single photon counting luminometers. [0078] Another technique, which may be used to analyze gene expression, includes multicomponent integrated systems, which miniaturize and compartmentalize processes such as PCR and capillary electrophoresis reactions in a single functional device. An example of such technique is disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 5,589,136, the disclosure of which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety, which describes the integration of PCR amplification and capillary electrophoresis in chips. [0079] In another embodiment, polypeptides may be obtained from the sample by methods known to those of skill in the art. For example, gross preparations of cells obtained using the non-invasive techniques of the disclosure contain polypeptides. Alternatively, the polypeptides may be further isolated or purified using conventional means including preparative chromatography and immunological separations involving monoclonal or polyclonal antibodies. The polypeptides may then be characterized to indicate the presence of a dermatatic reaction. [0080] The method for detecting a cytokine polypeptide in cells is useful for distinguishing and determining a change by measuring the level of a particular cytokine, for example IL-4, IL-8 and/or IL-13, in cells obtained from a subject suspected of having a dermatological reaction or stress reaction. The levels of such cytokines are indicative of a reaction when compared to a normal or standard cytokine polypeptide profile in a similar tissue. Thus, the expression pattern of a cytokine polypeptide will vary depending upon the type and degree of a disease, disorder, or physiological state such as stress state. In this regard, the sample obtained, as described herein, may be used as a source to isolate polypeptides. Measurements of a particular polypeptide serve as a method of identifying or monitoring a subject's mental or physiological state. The polypeptides may be quantified using methods known to those of skill in the art, for example by ELISA. [0081] Monoclonal antibodies to a particular polypeptide, for example, IL-4, IL-8, IL-13 and others can be used in immunoassays, such as in liquid phase or bound to a solid phase carrier, to detect polypeptide associated with a disorder, diseases or reaction. In addition, the monoclonal antibodies in these immunoassays can be detectably labeled in various ways. Examples of types of immunoassays which can utilize monoclonal antibodies of the disclosure are competitive and non-competitive immunoassays in either a direct or indirect format. Examples of such immunoassays are the radioimmunoassay (RIA) and the sandwich (immunometric) assay. Detection of the polypeptide antigens using the monoclonal antibodies of the disclosure can be done utilizing immunoassays which are run in either the forward, reverse, or simultaneous modes, including immunohistochemical assays on physiological samples. Those of skill in the art will know, or can readily discern, other immunoassay formats without undue experimentation. In addition, there are a number of commercially available antibodies to cytokines of interest. [0082] The term “immunometric assay” or “sandwich immunoassay” includes simultaneous sandwich, forward sandwich and reverse sandwich immunoassays. These terms are well understood by those skilled in the art. Those of skill will also appreciate that antibodies according to the disclosure will be useful in other variations and forms of assays which are presently known or which may be developed in the future. These are intended to be included within the scope of the disclosure. [0083] Monoclonal antibodies can be bound to many different carriers and used to detect the presence of a cytokine polypeptide. Examples of well-known carriers include glass, polystyrene, polypropylene, polyethylene, dextran, nylon, amylases, natural and modified celluloses, polyacrylamides, agaroses and magnetite. The nature of the carrier can be either soluble or insoluble for purposes of the disclosure. Those skilled in the art will know of other suitable carriers for binding monoclonal antibodies, or will be able to ascertain such using routine experimentation. [0084] A cytokine polypeptide may be detected by the monoclonal antibodies when present in biological fluids and tissues. Any sample containing a detectable amount of cytokine can be used. A sample can be a liquid such as blood, serum and the like, or a solid or semi-solid such as tissues, skin sample, or, alternatively, a solid tissue such as those commonly used in histological diagnosis. [0085] In performing the assays it may be desirable to include certain “blockers” in the incubation medium (usually added with the labeled soluble antibody). The “blockers” are added to assure that non-specific proteins, proteases, or anti-heterophilic immunoglobulins to anti-cytokine immunoglobulins present in the experimental sample do not cross-link or destroy the antibodies on the solid phase support, or the radiolabeled indicator antibody, to yield false positive or false negative results. The selection of “blockers” therefore may add substantially to the specificity of the assays. [0086] It has been found that a number of nonrelevant (i.e., nonspecific) antibodies of the same class or subclass (isotype) as those used in the assays (e.g., IgG1, IgG2a, IgM, etc.) can be used as “blockers”. The concentration of the “blockers” (normally 1-100 μg/μl) may be important, in order to maintain the proper sensitivity yet inhibit any unwanted interference by mutually occurring cross reactive proteins in the specimen. [0087] Using the methods of the disclosure one can analyze changes in gene expression. Such changes can be indicative of any number of factors due to both internal factors and external factors (e.g., environmental factors). Changes in gene expression, as discussed more fully herein, are associated with various internal and external factors. Such factors include, but are not limited to, emotional states, mental stress, physical stress, oxidative stress, temperature, daylight hours, immune system changes, physical exertion, muscle building, inflammation, pain, drugs, placebo effects, genetic diseases, autoimmune diseases, depression, infection, distant intentionalities, developmental changes and the like. Psychological tools and mental activities such as meditation, visualization, and cognitive behavioral therapy are further examples of purely mental processes that correspond to changes in gene expression. In the disclosure, any mental state, emotional state, physical state, reaction, disease, or disorder that corresponds to an induction or reduction of transcription and polypeptide synthesis may be detected by the methods of the disclosure. [0088] The methods and kits of the disclosure can be used as biofeedback to assist a subject in modulating a particular physical state or mental state the results in a detrimental gene expression profile or to diagnose an internal factor or external stimuli resulting in a detrimental gene expression profile. In another aspect, the methods and kits of the disclosure can be used to identify positive changes in gene expression profiles or identify various changes in gene expression important for temporal activities such as drug delivery, or as a biofeedback indicator. In yet a further aspect, the gene expression profile changes can be used to determine whether a test drug or other factor is providing a placebo effect. For example, uses of the methods and kits of the disclosure can provide data associated with gene expression relevant to a subject's interest. [0089] The gene expression profiling provides an additional source of biofeedback. Biofeedback involves measuring a subject's bodily processes (here gene expression changes) and conveying such information to the subject in order to raise his or her awareness and conscious control of the related physiological activities or state of mind. By providing access to gene expression changes about which the user is generally unaware, the disclosure allows subjects to gain control over physical, emotional, and mental processes previously considered automatic. [0090] For example, uses of the methods and kits of the disclosure can use data associated with gene pathways expression relevant to a subject's interest to assess a characteristic associate with changes in gene expression. [0091] Muscle Building. Skeletal muscle exhibits plasticity through the dynamic regulation of specific genes in the muscle cells that sense change in muscle usage (Pilegaard, Osada et al. 2005) and activate transcription of select metabolic genes during recovery from exercise (Hildebrandt, Pilegaard et al. 2003). Resistance training in which muscle growth is achieved involves the break down and repair of skeletal muscle; this process involves transcription of inflammatory response genes that can be assessed in peripheral blood (Zieker, Zieker et al. 2005), (Whistler, Jones et al. 2005), (Connolly, Caiozzo et al. 2004). It has been documented that strenuous exercise not only induces pyrogenesis but also elicits mobilization and functional augmentation of neutrophils (Suzuki, Nakaji et al. 2002). The ability of neutrophils to generate proinflammatory cytokines is established (Cloutier, Ear et al. 2003). Accordingly, resting and muscle building states can be assessed by measuring transcription activation of genes related to muscle building. Applications include endurance and muscle training to determine appropriate times to exercise and rest. [0092] Stress Reduction. Gene expression profiling in peripheral blood leukocytes may be used for the assessment the human stress responses (Rokutan, Morita et al. 2005), (Morita, Saito et al. 2005). Some candidate genes that have been evaluated in this regard in blood samples include IL-6 (Lutgendorf, Garand et al. 1999) and corticosteroid receptor-alpha (Bonifazi, Suman et al. 2006). The glucocorticoid receptor beta is expressed in human neutrophils (Strickland, Kisich et al. 2001) and may be relevant because glucocorticoids contribute fundamentally to the maintenance of basal and stress-related homeostasis. Monitoring changes in stress levels is an important factor in homeostatis. Applications include assessing the efficacy of stress reduction therapies and diagnosis, and prognosis of stress related diseases, disorders, and physiological states. [0093] Immune System. Genes involved in cytokine secretion have been shown to be regulated in polymorphonuclear leukocytes, including IL-1 beta (Hendley, Steed et al. 1995), TNF-alpha, IL-8 and IL-1ra (Yoshimura, Hara et al. 1997), and specifically in neutrophils (Newburger, Subrahmanyam et al. 2000), including IL-1 receptor antagonist (Ethuin, Delarche et al. 2001). Evaluation of cytokine gene expression may prove useful in assessing the efficacy of therapies purported to boost the immune system, including mind-body practices such as Qi Gong (Jones 2001). [0094] Pain. Opioid peptides are released from leukocytes, bind to opioid receptors on peripheral sensory neurons. In early inflammation, peripheral opioid-mediated antinociception is critically dependent on polymorphonuclear leukocytes and their recruitment by CXCR2 chemokines (Brack, Rittner et al. 2004). Likewise, polymorphonuclear leukocytes express the neuropeptide nociceptin and its receptor and have been postulated to mediate a novel dialogue pathway between neural and immune tissues (Fiset, Gilbert et al. 2003). Applications of the dynamic gene measurements of the disclosure include pain management therapies. [0095] Oxidative Stress. Increased oxidative stress plays an important role in the pathophysiology of cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, atherosclerosis and diabetes. A family of NADPH oxidases appears to be especially important for redox signaling including the prototypic Nox2 isoform-based NADPH oxidase, which was first characterized in neutrophils (Cave, Brewer et al. 2006). Genes encoding the high-affinity Fc gamma receptor for IgG (Fc gamma R-I, CD64) and two of the components of the phagocytic superoxide anion-generating system are expressed and modulated in human leukocytes (Amezaga, Bazzoni et al. 1992). [0096] Monitoring Disease or Disorder States. It is possible to monitor various disease states and responsiveness to interventions through the gene expression profiles of neutrophils or other tissues. Supporting this possibility, increased expression of the serotonin transporter (5HTT) mRNA in peripheral leukocytes appears to be related with the pathophysiology of depression and its reduction after treatment may reflect the adaptive change induced by antidepressant medications (Iga, Ueno et al. 2005). Likewise, reduced glucocorticoid receptor alpha mRNA expression in peripheral blood cells might be trait-dependent and associated with the pathophysiology of mood disorders (Matsubara, Funato et al. 2006). Because neutrophils express NF-kappaB (Fialkow, Wang et al. 2007), the therapeutic potential of inhibition of the NF-kappaB pathway in the treatment of inflammation and cancer (Yamamoto and Gaynor 2001) might be assessed in neutrophils. Relevant to hypertension, leukocytes display differential expression of inflammation-related genes that is of importance in blood pressure control and treatment of blood pressure to normal values can be reflected in the expression profiles of these genes (Chon, Gaillard et al. 2004). Related to obesity, human polymorphonuclear leukocytes express the receptor for the satiety hormone leptin (Zarkesh-Esfahani, Pockley et al. 2004). [0097] Emotions. Neuropeptides have been postulated as the biochemical substrates of emotion (Pert, Ruff et al. 1985). Investigation into this hypothesis may be facilitated by monitoring neutrophil gene expression because neuropeptides are expressed in these cells, for example vascular endothelial growth factor (Takahashi, Nakamura et al. 2005) and in peripheral blood lymphocytes, for example proopiomelanocortin (Stephanou, Fitzharris et al. 1991). Additionally, practices or psychopharmacological agents that produce changes in thought, mood, and perception may provide a model for identifying genetic pathways involved in states of mind because the effects are often more profound than those experienced normally. Examples of modalities that can be analyzed by the methods and kits of the disclosure include, but are not limited to, hypnosis (Rossi and Rossi 2007), lucid dreaming (Lequerica 1996), (Tholey 1983), trance states (Krippner 1997), (Frecska and Luna 2006) and psychotropic drugs. [0098] Placebo. It may be possible to investigate the implicit involvement of the regulation of gene expression in the placebo response (see FIG. 1 above) because leukocytes produce and release opioid peptides to counteract inflammatory pain (Rittner, Labuz et al. 2006). The dynamic gene expression measurements of the disclosure can assist in evaluating clinical trial data and drug/therapeutic testing. [0099] Distant Intentionality. Data reported in the literature indicate that gene expression is responsive to the influence of distant intentionality in the form of Qi Gong (Wardell and Engebretson 2001), (Yan, Shen et al. 2004). Should such an effect prove to be valid, evaluation of neutrophil gene expression would serve as a practical model for studying this and possibly for developing devices such as a “psychic switch.” [0100] Early Response Genes. Expression of the early response genes JunD and c-fos has been demonstrated in neutrophils (Cloutier, Ear et al. 2003). Because they encode proteins that modulate the transcription rates of numerous target genes (Sagar and Sharp 1993), this family of genes may be useful in examining all of the above topics. [0101] Non-coding Genetic Material. Novel applications will likely become evident as the function of non-protein-coding fraction of the genome, such as non-coding DNA (Ponting and Lunter 2006), non-coding RNAs (Qi, Li et al. 2006) and microRNAs (Huppi, Volfovsky et al. 2007), become better understood. [0102] It is also contemplated that the gene expression provides may be transmitted to a remote location for analysis. For example, changes in a detectable signal related to gene expression from a first time and a second time are communicated to a remote location for analysis. [0103] The digital representation of the detectable signal is transmittable over any number of media. For example, such digital data can be transmitted over the Internet in encrypted or in publicly available form. The data can be transmitted over phone lines, fiber optic cables or various air-wave frequencies. The data are then analyzed by a central processing unit at a remote site, and/or archived for compilation of a data set that could be mined to determine, for example, changes with respect to historical mean “normal” values of a genetic expression profile of a subject. [0104] Embodiments of the disclosure include systems (e.g., internet based systems); particularly computer systems which store and manipulate the data corresponding to the detectable signal obtained an expression profile. As used herein, “a computer system” refers to the hardware components, software components, and data storage components used to analyze the digital representative of an expression profile or plurality of profiles. The computer system typically includes a processor for processing, accessing and manipulating the data. The processor can be any well-known type of central processing unit. [0105] Typically the computer system is a general purpose system that comprises the processor and one or more internal data storage components for storing data, and one or more data retrieving devices for retrieving the data stored on the data storage components. A skilled artisan can readily appreciate that any one of the currently available computer systems are suitable. [0106] In one particular embodiment, the computer system includes a processor connected to a bus which is connected to a main memory (preferably implemented as RAM) and one or more internal data storage devices, such as a hard drive and/or other computer readable media having data recorded thereon. In some embodiments, the computer system further includes one or more data retrieving device for reading the data stored on the internal data storage devices. [0107] The data retrieving device may represent, for example, a floppy disk drive, a compact disk drive, a magnetic tape drive, or a modem capable of connection to a remote data storage system (e.g., via the internet) and the like. In some embodiments, the internal data storage device is a removable computer readable medium such as a floppy disk, a compact disk, a magnetic tape, and the like, containing control logic and/or data recorded thereon. The computer system may advantageously include or be programmed by appropriate software for reading the control logic and/or the data from the data storage component once inserted in the data retrieving device. [0108] In one embodiment, a kit for gene expression profiling comprises the reagents and instructions necessary for the gene expression profiling. Thus, for example, the reagents may include primers, enzymes, and other reagents for the preparation, detection, and quantitation of mRNA or cDNA. Table 1 provides a number of genes that can be monitored using the methods of the disclosure. Primers and probes can be readily identified from the sequences associated with the accession numbers in Table 1. In addition to the primers, probes or oligonucleotide chips, reagents such as dinucleotide triphosphate comprising dinucleotide triphosphates (e.g., dATP, dGTP, dCTP, and dTTP), reverse transcriptase, and a thermostable DNA polymerase can be included in the kit. Additionally buffers, inhibitors and activators used for the RT-PCR process are suitable reagents for inclusion in the kit embodiment. Once the cDNA has been sufficiently amplified to a specified end point, the cDNA sample must be prepared for detection and quantitation. One method contemplated for detection of polynucleotides is fluorescence spectroscopy using fluorescent moieties or labels that are suited to fluorescence spectroscopy are desirable for labeling polynucleotides and may also be included in reagents of the kit embodiment. [0109] In another embodiment, a kit for protein expression profiling comprises the reagents and instructions necessary for protein expression profiling of a polypeptide panel. Thus, in this embodiment, the kit for protein expression profiling includes supplying an antibody panel based on a panel of targeted polypeptides from a biological sample. One embodiment contemplated for such a panel includes the antibody panel bound to a solid support. Additionally, the reagents included with the kit for protein expression profiling may use a second antibody having specificity to some portion of the bound polypeptide. Such a second antibody may be labeled with molecules useful for detection and quantitation of the bound polypeptides. [0110] The kits of the disclosure can comprise integrated systems having a plurality of components operably linked to facilitate gene expression detection (e.g., microfluidic systems in combination with oligonucleotide/DNA chips can be used). These systems comprise a pattern of microchannels designed onto a glass, silicon, quartz, or plastic wafer included on a microchip. The movements of the samples are controlled by electric, electroosmotic or hydrostatic forces applied across different areas of the microchip. The microfluidic system may integrate nucleic acid amplification, microsequencing, capillary electrophoresis and a detection method such as laser-induced fluorescence detection. integrated system itself, a component thereof, or data representative of the gene expression profile can be transmitted to a laboratory or remote location in physical form or digital form. [0111] Generally, the methods and kits of the disclosure are designed to obtain at least two different expression profiles at different times from the same subject, quantify changes in the expression profile (either in a salon based environment, clinical environment or remotely), and identifying/outputting those changes to the subject or clinician. The subject or clinician can then associate the changes in expression profile with a particular environmental factor (e.g., stress) or a disease or disorder, or, in the case of a clinical trial, with a placebo effect. [0112] The oligonucleotides in a kit of the disclosure may also be immobilized on or synthesized on a solid surface such as a microchip, bead, or glass slide (see, e.g., WO 98/20020 and WO 98/20019). Such immobilized oligonucleotides may be used in a variety of detection assays, including but not limited to, probe hybridization and polymerase extension assays. Immobilized oligonucleotides useful in practicing the disclosure may comprise an ordered array of oligonucleotides designed to rapidly screen a nucleic acid sample. [0113] Kits of the disclosure may also contain other components such as hybridization buffer (e.g., where the oligonucleotide probes) or dideoxynucleotide triphosphates (ddNTPs; e.g., for primer extension). In one embodiment, the set of oligonucleotides consists of primer-extension oligonucleotides. The kit may also contain a polymerase and a reaction buffer optimized for primer-extension mediated by the polymerase. Kits may also include detection reagents, such as biotin- or fluorescent-tagged oligonucleotides or ddNTPs and/or an enzyme-labeled antibody and one or more substrates that generate a detectable signal when acted on by the enzyme. It is also contemplated that the above described methods and compositions of the disclosure may be utilized in combination with other biomarker techniques. [0114] The kit may also have containers containing nucleotides for amplification of or hybridization to the target nucleic acid sequence which may or may not be labeled, or a container comprising a reporter, such as a biotin-binding protein, such as avidin or streptavidin, bound to a reporter molecule, such as an enzymatic, florescent, or radionuclide label. The term “detectably labeled deoxyribonucleotide” refers to a means for identifying deoxyribonucleotide. For example, the detectable label may be a radiolabeled nucleotide or a small molecule covalently bound to the nucleotide where the small molecule is recognized by a well-characterized large molecule. Examples of these small molecules are biotin, which is bound by avidin, and thyroxin, which is bound by anti-thyroxin antibody. Other methods of labeling are known to those of ordinary skill in the art, including enzymatic, fluorescent compounds, chemiluminescent compounds, phosphorescent compounds, and bioluminescent compounds. [0115] Kits of the disclosure may contain other components such as fixative agents. In one embodiment, fixative agent is formaldehyde or paraformaldehyde. In yet another embodiment, fixative agent is alcohol. [0116] The invention is not to be limited in scope by the specific examples provided for below, which are intended as single illustrations of individual aspects of the invention and functionally equivalent methods and components are within the scope of the invention. Example [0117] A saliva sample was obtained from a subject before starting a muscular resistance training exercise. The subject rinsed their mouth with an osmotically balanced solution (Hank's Balanced Salt Solution), and then ejected rinse-saliva into a collection device. The saliva sample was treated with formaldehyde solution at a concentration of 37% W/W and at a final concentration of 2.3%. Samples were stored at 4° C. Neutrophils were then separated from epithelial cells by filtration and sent to a laboratory for gene expression profiling. The subject then performed muscular resistance training exercise for a period of 30 minutes. A second saliva sample was obtained from the subject 120 minutes after the subject had started the muscular resistance training exercise. The second saliva sample was treated the same way and the collected neutrophils were sent to a laboratory for gene expression profiling. [0118] A small number of oral neutrophils from two separate samples (designated #3 and #5) were used as a source of mRNA. FIG. 1A demonstrates global PCR amplification of mRNA yielded cDNA of sufficiently high quality for gene expression analysis as determined by gel electrophoresis and subsequent hybridization to microarrays. [0119] The data in Table 1 demonstrates a change in gene profiling of a subject, identifying the genes present in the subject's sputum, which is indicative of the subject's physiological state after muscular resistance training exercise. [0000] TABLE 1 RefSeq Change Gene# Name UniProt/tremble accession no. value 3 IL1B: (IL1B) INTERLEUKIN-1 BETA PRECURSOR P01584 Q7RU01 Q96HE5 Q9UCT6 NM_000576 (IL-1 BETA) (CATABOLIN). 5 IL2: (IL2 OR IL-2) INTERLEUKIN-2 PRECURSOR (IL-2) P01585 Q13169 P60568 NM_000586 (T-CELL GROWTH FACTOR) (TCGF) (ALDESLEUKIN). 7 IL3: (IL3 OR IL-3 OR CSFMU) INTERLEUKIN-3 P08700 NM_000588 PRECURSOR (IL-3). 14 IL5: (IL5 OR IL-5) INTERLEUKIN-5 PRECURSOR (IL-5). P05113 Q13840 NM_000879 16 IL7: (IL7 OR IL-7) INTERLEUKIN-7 PRECURSOR (IL-7). P13232 NM_000880 18 IL8_HUMAN: (IL8) INTERLEUKIN-8 PRECURSOR (IL-8) P10145 Q6FGF6 Q6LAE6 Q96RG6 Q9C077 NM_000584 (CXCL8). 20 IL9: (IL9) INTERLEUKIN-9 PRECURSOR (IL-9) P15248 NM_000590 (T-CELL GROWTH FACTOR P40). 22 IL10: (IL10 OR IL-10) INTERLEUKIN-10 PRECURSOR P22301 NM_000572 (CYTOKINE SYNTHESIS INHIBITORY FACTOR) (CSIF). 24 IL11: (IL11) INTERLEUKIN-11 PRECURSOR (IL-11) P20809 NM_000641 (ADIPOGENESIS INHIBITORY FACTOR) (AGIF) (OPRELVEKIN). 26 IL12A: (IL12A OR NKSF1) INTERLEUKIN-12 ALPHA P29459 Q96QZ1 NM_000882 CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-12A) (NKSF1). 28 IL12B: (IL12B OR NKSF2) INTERLEUKIN-12 BETA P29460 NM_002187 CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-12B) (NKSF2). 30 IL13: (IL13 OR NC30 OR IL-13) INTERLEUKIN-13 P35225 O43644 NM_002188 PRECURSOR (IL-13) (T-CELL ACTIVATION PROTEIN P600). 32 TXLN: (TXLN) TAXILIN (IL14). P40222 Q8N2Y3 Q66K62 Q86T54 Q86T85 NM_175852 Q86T86 Q86Y86 Q86YW3 33 IL15_1: (IL15) INTERLEUKIN-15 PRECURSOR (IL-15). P40933 Q93058 O43512 O00440 Q9UBA3 NM_000585 NM_172174 35 IL16: (IL16) INTERLEUKIN-16 PRECURSOR (IL-16) Q14005 Q16435 Q9UP18 NM_004513 (LYMPHOCYTE CHEMOATTRACTANT FACTOR) (LCF). NM_172217 37 IL17: (IL17 OR CTLA8 OR IL17A) INTERLEUKIN-17 Q16552 NM_002190 0.04/—% PRECURSOR (IL-17). 39 IL18: (IL18 OR IGIF) INTERLEUKIN-18 PRECURSOR Q14116 O75599 NM_001562 (IL-18). 41 TNF: (TNF OR TNFSF2 OR TNFA) TUMOR NECROSIS P01375 O43647 Q9P1Q2 Q9UIV3 NM_000594 FACTOR PRECURSOR (TNF-ALPHA) (CACHECTIN). 43 TNFR1: (TNFRSF1A OR TNFR1 OR TNFAR OR TNFR-1). P19438 NM_001065 45 IFNG: (IFNG) INTERFERON GAMMA PRECURSOR P01579 NM_000619 (IFN-GAMMA) (IMMUNE INTERFERON). 47 ACTA2: (ACTA2 OR ACTSA OR ACTVS) AORTIC P62736 NM_001613 SMOOTH MUSCLE (ALPHA-ACTIN 2). 49 TUBA_HUMAN: ((K-ALPHA-1) AND (TUBA3) P68363 Q9BQE3 Q71U36 NM_006009 AND (TUBA6)). NM_006082 NM_032704 55 TUBB_HUMAN: (TUBB OR TUBB5) TUBULIN BETA P07437 NM_178014 CHAIN. 57 TNFSF13: (TNFSF13 OR APRIL OR TALL2 OR ZTNF2) O75888 Q96HV6 Q9P1M8 Q9P1M9 NM_003808 TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY NM_172087 MEMBER 13 NM_172088 NM_172089 65 TRAIN: (TNFRSF19 OR TROY OR TAJ). Q9NZV2 Q9BXZ9 Q9BY00 Q9NS68 NM_018647 NM_148957 77 TNFRSF6: (TNFRSF6 OR APT1 OR FAS OR P25445 Q6SSE9 Q14293 Q14294 Q14295 NM_000043 FAS1 OR PT1). Q14292 Q16652 NM_152871 NM_152872 NM_152873 NM_152874 NM_152875 NM_1 79 TNFSF6: (TNFSF6 OR FASL OR APT1LG1 OR GLD). P48023 Q9BZP9 NM_000639 83 TNFSF13B: (TNFSF13B OR TALL1 OR BLYS OR BAFF Q9Y275 NM_006573 OR ZTNF4) 97 EDA_1: (ED1 OR EDA OR TA) ECTODYSPLASIN A Q5JUM7 Q9UP77 Q9Y6L0 Q9Y6L1 Q9Y6L2 NM_001005609 (ECTODERMAL DYSPLASIA PROTEIN) (EDA PROTEIN) Q9Y6L3 Q9Y6L4 Q92838 O75910 NM_001005610 (TABBY PROTEIN). NM_001005611 NM_001005612 NM_001005613 99 TNFSF10: (TNFSF10 OR TRAIL OR APO2L). P50591 NM_003810 101 TNFRSF10A_HUMAN: (TRAILR1 OR TNFRSF10A OR O00220 Q96E62 NM_003844 DR4 OR APO2) (TRAIL RECEPTOR-1) 102 TNFRSF10B: (TNFRSF10B OR TRAILR2 OR DR5 O15508 O14763 O15531 O15517 O14720 NM_003842 OR TRICK2 OR KILLER OR ZTNFR9) Q9BVE0 NM_147187 (TRAIL RECEPTOR-2). 104 TNFRSF10D_HUMAN: (TNFRSF10D OR DCR2 OR Q9UBN6 Q9Y6Q4 NM_003840 TRAILR4 OR TRUNDD) (TRAIL RECEPTOR-4) 105 TNFRSF25: (TNFRSF25 OR TNFRSF12 OR WSL1 OR Q93038 Q93036 Q93037 Q92983 P78515 NM_003790 WSL OR APO3 OR DR3 OR DDR3 OR TRAMP) Q99831 Q99722 P78507 Q99830 O NM_148965 (WSL PROTEIN) NM_148966 NM_148967 NM_148970 106 TNFSF11: (TNFSF11 OR RANKL OR TRANCE OR OPGL) O14788 O14723 Q96Q17 Q9P2Q3 NM_003701 TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY NM_033012 MEMBER 11 (TRANCE) 108 TNFSF12: (TNFSF12 OR APO3L OR DR3LG) TUMOR O43508 Q8WUZ7 NM_003809 NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY NM_153012 MEMBER 12. 196 TNFRSF9: (TNFRSF9 OR ILA) 4-1BB LIGAND Q07011 NM_001561 RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (T-CELL ANTIGEN 4-1BB HOMOLOG). 200 TNFSF9: (TNFSF9 OR LY63L OR CD137L OR CD157L) P41273 NM_003811 TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 9. 218 TNFRSF8: (TNFRSF8 OR CD30) TUMOR NECROSIS P28908 NM_001243 2.80/—% FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 8 NM_152942 PRECURSOR (CD30L RECEPTOR). 220 TNFSF8: (TNFSF8 OR CD30LG OR CD30L) TUMOR P32971 O43404 NM_001244 NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 8. 222 TNFRSF5: (TNFRSF5 OR CD40) TUMOR NECROSIS P25942 Q9BYU0 NM_001250 1.01/3% FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 5 NM_152854 PRECURSOR (CD40L RECEPTOR). 224 TNFSF5: (TNFSF5 OR CD40LG OR CD40L OR TRAP) P29965 NM_000074 TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 5 (CD40 LIGAND). 229 HVEM: (TNFRSF14 OR HVEM) TUMOR NECROSIS Q96J31 Q8WXR1 Q92956 Q9UM65 NM_003820 FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 14 PRECURSOR (TR2). 233 TNFSF14: (TNFSF14 OR LIGHT OR HVEML) TUMOR Q96LD2 Q8WVF8 O43557 O75476 NM_003807 NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY NM_172014 MEMBER 14 236 TNFRSF11B: (TNFRSF11B OR OPG OR OCIF) O00300 O60236 Q53FX6 Q9UHP4 NM_002546 OSTEOPROTEGERIN PRECURSOR. 238 DCR3_HUMAN: (TNFRSF6B OR DCR3 OR TR6) TUMOR O95407 NM_003823 NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY NM_032945 MEMBER 6B PRECURSOR (M68). 241 TNFSF4: (TNFSF4 OR TXGP1) OX40 LIGAND (OX40L) P23510 Q9HCN9 NM_003326 (GLYCOPROTEIN GP34) (CD252 ANTIGEN). 243 TNFRSF11A: (TNFRSF11A OR RANK) TUMOR Q9Y6Q6 NM_003839 NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 11A PRECURSOR (CD265 ANTIGEN). 247 TNFB: (LTA OR TNFSF1 OR TNFB) LYMPHOTOXIN- P01374 Q9UKS8 Q8N4C3 NM_000595 ALPHA PRECURSOR (LT-ALPHA) (TNF-BETA). 249 TNFC: (LTB OR TNFC OR TNFSF3) LYMPHOTOXIN- Q06643 P78370 Q99761 NM_002341 BETA (LT-BETA) (TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR C) NM_009588 (TNF-C) 251 TNFRSF1B: (TNFRSF1B OR TNFR2 OR TNFBR OR P20333 Q16042 Q9UIH1 Q6YI29 NM_001066 TNFR-2) (ETANERCEPT). 253 LTBR: (LTBR OR TNFCR OR TNFRSF3) P36941 NM_002342 LYMPHOTOXIN-BETA RECEPTOR PRECURSOR. 301 CYPA: (PPIA OR CYPA) CYCLOPHILIN 1 PEPTIDYL- P62937 Q6IBU5 Q3KQW3 NM_021130 PROLYL CIS-TRANS ISOMERASE A 317 CSF3R: (CSF3R OR GCSFR) Q99062 NM_000760 (CD114 ANTIGEN). NM_156038 NM_156039 NM_172313 319 CSF1R: (CSF1R OR CSFMR OR FMS) MACROPHAGE P07333 Q6LDWS Q6LDY4 NM_005211 COLONY STIMULATING FACTOR I RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (CSF-1-R) 321 CSF2RA: ((CSF2RAX OR CSF2RA OR CSF2R OR P15509 Q14429 Q14430 Q14431 O00207 NM_006140 CSF2RX) AND (CSF2RAY OR CSF2RA OR CSF2R Q16564 NM_172245 OR CSF2RY)). NM_172246 NM_172247 NM_172249 322 KIT: (KIT OR SL) MAST/STEM CELL GROWTH FACTOR P10721 Q9UM99 NM_000222 RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (EC 2.7.1.112) (SCFR). 324 IFNGR1: (IFNGR1 OR IFNGR) INTERFERON-GAMMA P15260 NM_000416 RECEPTOR ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (CDW119) (CD119). 326 IL1R1: (IL1R1 OR IL1RA OR IL1R) INTERLEUKIN-1 P14778 NM_000877 RECEPTOR, TYPE I PRECURSOR (IL-1R-1) (P80) (ANTIGEN CD121A). 328 IL1R2: (IL1R2 OR IL1RB) INTERLEUKIN-1 RECEPTOR, P27930 Q9UE68 NM_004633 TYPE II PRECURSOR (IL-1R-2) (IL-1R-BETA) (ANTIGEN NM_173343 CDW121B). 330 IL2RB: (IL2RB) INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR BETA P14784 NM_000878 1.48/41% CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-2 RECEPTOR) (P70-75). 332 IL3RA: ((IL3RAX OR IL3RA OR IL3R OR IL3RX) AND P26951 NM_002183 (IL3RAY OR IL3RA OR IL3R OR IL3RY)) (CD123 ANTIGEN). 333 IL4R: (IL4R OR IL4RA OR 582J2.1) INTERLEUKIN-4 P24394 Q96P01 Q9H181 Q9H182 Q9H183 NM_000418 RECEPTOR ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-4R-ALPHA) Q9H184 Q9H185 Q9H186 Q9H187 Q (CD124 ANTIGEN). 335 IL5RA: (IL5RA OR IL5R) INTERLEUKIN-5 RECEPTOR Q01344 Q6ISX9 NM_000564 ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-5R-ALPHA) NM_175724 (CD125 ANTIGEN). NM_175725 NM_175726 NM_175727 NM_175728 337 IL6R: (L6RA OR IL6R) INTERLEUKIN-6 RECEPTOR P08887 Q53EQ7 Q5FWG2 Q5VZ23 Q16202 NM_000565 ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-6R-ALPHA) NM_181359 (CD126 ANTIGEN) (IL-6R 1). 339 IL7R: (IL7R) INTERLEUKIN-7 RECEPTOR ALPHA P16871 Q6SV45 Q9UPC1 NM_002185 CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-7R-ALPHA) (CDW127) (CD127 ANTIGEN). 343 IL6ST: (IL6ST) INTERLEUKIN-6 RECEPTOR BETA P40189 Q9UQ41 NM_002184 CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-6R-BETA) NM_175767 (CD130 ANTIGEN). 345 CSF2RB: (CSF2RB OR IL5RB OR IL3RB OR RIL-3ROR P32927 NM_000395 CSF2RB1 OR AIC2B OR IL3RB1) 347 IL2RG: (IL2RG) CYTOKINE RECEPTOR COMMON P31785 NM_000206 GAMMA CHAIN PRECURSOR (GAMMA-C) (P64) (CD132 ANTIGEN). 349 FLT3: (FLT3 OR STK1 OR FLT-3 OR FLK-2) FL P36888 Q13414 NM_004119 CYTOKINE RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (CD135 ANTIGEN). 351 MST1R: (MST1R OR RON OR STK) Q04912 NM_002447 MACROPHAGE-STIMULATING PROTEIN RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (CD136 ANTIGEN). 355 PDGFRA: (PDGFRA) ALPHA PLATELET-DERIVED P16234 Q96KZ7 NM_006206 GROWTH FACTOR RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (CD140A ANTIGEN). 357 PDGFRB: (PDGFRB OR PDGFR) BETA PLATELET- P09619 Q8N5L4 NM_002609 DERIVED GROWTH FACTOR RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (CD140B ANTIGEN). 361 F3: (F3 OR CF3 OR CF-3) TISSUE FACTOR PRECURSOR P13726 Q6FHG2 NM_001993 (TF) (THROMBOPLASTIN) (CD142 ANTIGEN). 420 TNFSF7: (TNFSF7 OR CD70 OR CD27LG OR CD27L) P32970 Q96J57 NM_001252 (CD27 LIGAND) (CD27-L) (CD70 ANTIGEN). 491 IL2RA: (IL2RA OR IL2R) INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR P01589 NM_000417 ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (P55) (TAC ANTIGEN) (CD25 ANTIGEN) 495 TNFRSF7: (TNFRSF7 OR CD27) (CD27L RECEPTOR) P26842 NM_001242 ((T14). 670 CXCR3: (CXCR3 OR GPR9 OR CMKAR3) C—X—C P49682 Q7Z710 Q9P2T4 Q9P2T5 O15185 NM_001504 CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 3 (CXC-R3) (CXCR-3) (CKR-L2) (CD183 ANTIGEN). 683 CCR3: (CCR3 OR CMKBR3 OR CMKBR1L2) C-C P51677 Q15748 Q86WD2 Q9ULY8 NM_001837 CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 3 (CC-CKR-3) (CCR-3) NM_178329 (CKR3) (MIP-1 ALPHA RL2). 685 CCR4: (CCR4 OR CMKBR4) C-C CHEMOKINE P51679 Q9ULY6 Q9ULY7 NM_005508 RECEPTOR TYPE 4 (C-C CKR-4) (CC-CKR-4) (CCR-4) (CCR4) (K5-5) (CD194 ANTIGEN). 994 CCR9: (CCR9 OR CMKBR9 OR GPR28 OR CMKBR10) P51686 Q4VBM3 Q549E0 Q9UQQ6 NM_006641 C-C CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 9 (CC-CKR-9) NM_031200 (CCR-9). 1009 CCR10: (CCR10 OR GPR2) C-C CHEMOKINE P46092 Q6T7X2 Q9NZG2 NM_016602 0.02/63% RECEPTOR TYPE 10 (C-C CKR-10) (CC-CKR-10) (CCR-10). 1016 XCR1: (CCXCR1 OR XCR1 OR GPR5) CHEMOKINE XC P46094 NM_001024644 RECEPTOR 1 (XC CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR 1). NM_005283 1348 PDGA: (PDGFA OR RPA1 OR PDGF1) PDGA P04085 NM_002607 PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH FACTOR, A CHAIN NM_033023 PRECURSOR (PDGF-1) 1350 PDGB: (PDGFB OR C-SIS OR PDGF2 OR SIS) P01127 P78431 Q9UF23 NM_002608 PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH FACTOR, B CHAIN NM_033016 PRECURSOR (PDGF B-CHAIN) (C-SIS). 1352 PLGF: (PGF OR PLGF) PLACENTA GROWTH FACTOR P49763 Q9BV78 Q9Y6S8 Q07101 NM_002632 PRECURSOR (PLGF-1/PLGF-2). 1525 PRF1: (PRF1 OR PFP) PERFORIN 1 PRECURSOR (P1) P14222 Q86WX7 NM_005041 (LYMPHOCYTE PORE FORMING PROTEIN) (PFP) (CYTOLYSIN) 1695 GRO1_HUMAN: (CXCL1 OR SCYB1 OR GRO1 OR P09341 NM_001511 GROA OR GRO OR MGSA OR GRO-ALPHA) (NAP-3). 1697 CXCL3_HUMAN: (CXCL3 OR GRO3 OR SCYB3 OR P19876 NM_002090 GROG). 2000 IL4: (IL4 OR IL-4) INTERLEUKIN-4 PRECURSOR P05112 Q14630 NM_000589 (IL-4) (B-CELL STIMULATORY FACTOR 1). NM_172348 2009 CXCR4: (CXCR4 OR LESTR OR CMKAR4 OR SDF1R) P61073 P30991 P56438 Q9UKN2 O60835 NM_003467 C-X-C CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 4 (CXC-R4) 2011 CCR1: (CCR1 OR CMKBR1 OR CMKR1) C-C Q86VA9 P32246 NM_001295 CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 1 (C-C CKR-1) (CC-CKR-1). 2015 CCR6: (CCR6 OR CMKBR6 OR STRL22 OR GPR29 P51684 Q92846 P78553 NM_004367 OR CKRL3) C-C CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 6 NM_031409 (C-C CKR-6). 2017 CCR7: (CKR7 OR CMKBR7 OR EBI1 OR EVI1 OR EBI1H) P32248 NM_001838 C-C CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 7 PRECURSOR (C-C CKR-7). 2019 CCR8: (CCR8 OR CMKBR8 OR CKRL1 OR TER1) C-C Q3KNQ8 P51685 NM_005201 CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 8 (C-C CKR-8) (CDW198 ANTIGEN). 2073 CX3CR1: (CX3CR1 OR GPR13) CX3C CHEMOKINE P49238 NM_001337 RECEPTOR 1 (C—X3—C CKR-1) (CX3CR1) (CMK-BRL-1) (CMKBLR1). 2211 GAPD: (GAPD) GLYCERALDEHYDE 3-PHOSPHATE P04406 P00354 NM_002046 0.04/—% DEHYDROGENASE, LIVER (GAPDH). 2517 SPP1: (SPP1 OR OPN) OSTEOPONTIN PRECURSOR P10451 Q8NBK2 Q96IZ1 Q15681 Q15682 NM_000582 (BONE SIALOPROTEIN 1) (SPP-1) Q15683 NM_001040058 (NEPHROPONTIN) NM_001040060 2547 TGFA: (TGFA) TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR P01135 Q15577 NM_003236 ALPHA PRECURSOR (TGF-ALPHA) (EGF-LIKE TGF) (ETGF) (TGF TYPE 1) (TGFA55). 2936 IL6: (IL6 OR IFNB2 OR IL-6) INTERLEUKIN-6 Q9UCU2 Q9UCU3 Q9UCU4 P05231 NM_000600 PRECURSOR (IL-6) (BSF-2) (INTERFERON BETA-2) 2970 IL1A: (IL1A) INTERLEUKIN-1 ALPHA PRECURSOR Q7RU02 P01583 NM_000575 (IL-1 ALPHA) (HEMATOPOIETIN-1). 3018 HPRT: (HPRT1 OR HPRT) HYPOXANTHINE-GUANINE P00492 NM_000194 PHOSPHORIBOSYLTRANSFERASE (EC 2.4.2.8) (HGPRT). 3616 MAF_1: (MAF OR MAF2) TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR Q9UP93 O75444 NM_001031804 1.04/2% MAF (PROTO-ONCOGENE C-MAF). 3716 FOXP3: (FOXP3 OR IPEX) FORKHEAD BOX PROTEIN O60827 Q9BZS1 Q4ZH51 NM_014009 P3 (ZINC FINGER PROTEIN JM2) (SCURFIN). 3804 GRO2_HUMAN: (CXCL2 OR GRO2 OR SCYB2 OR P19875 Q9UPB8 NM_002089 GROB OR MIP2A). 4025 SOCS6: (SOCS6 OR SOCS4 OR CIS4) SUPPRESSOR OF O14544 NM_004232 0.99/2% CYTOKINE SIGNALING 6 (SOCS-6) 4027 SOCS5: (SOCS5 OR CISH5 OR CIS6 OR CISH6 OR O75159 Q8IYZ4 NM_014011 KIAA0671) CYTOKINE INDUCIBLE SH2-CONTAINING NM_144949 PROTEIN 5 4059 SOCS7: (SOCS7 OR NAP4 OR SOCS6 OR CISH7) O14512 Q0IJ63 NM_014598 SUPPRESSOR OF CYTOKINE SIGNALING 7 (SOCS-7) 4078 CISH: (CISH OR G18 OR CIS) CYTOKINE-INDUCIBLE Q9Y5R1 Q9NSE2 Q9NS38 NM_013324 SH2-CONTAINING PROTEIN (CIS) (CIS-1)(SOCS) (G18). NM_145071 4085 SOCS1: (SOCS1 OR SSI1 OR TIP3 OR JAB OR CISH1) O15524 O15097 Q9NSA7 NM_003745 SUPPRESSOR OF CYTOKINE SIGNALING 1 (SSI-1) 4087 SOCS2: (SOCS2 OR CIS2 OR SSI2 OR STATI2) O14508 O14542 O95102 Q9UKS5 NM_003877 SUPPRESSOR OF CYTOKINE SIGNALING 2 (SOCS-2) 4089 SOCS3: (SOCS3 OR CIS3 OR SSI3) SUPPRESSOR OF O14509 O14543 NM_003955 1.20/10% CYTOKINE SIGNALING 3 (SOCS-3) (CIS-3) 4404 EOMES: (EOMES OR TBR2) EOMESODERMIN Q9UPM7 Q8TAZ2 O95936 NM_005442 HOMOLOG. 4463 CCL1: (CCL1 OR SCYA1) SMALL INDUCIBLE P22362 NM_002981 CYTOKINE A1 PRECURSOR (CCL1) (T LYMPHOCYTE- SECRETED PROTEIN I-309). 4467 CCL2_HUMAN: (SCYA2 OR MCP1) SMALL INDUCIBLE P13500 Q9UDF3 NM_002982 CYTOKINE A2 PRECURSOR (MONOCYTE CHEMOTACTIC PROTEIN 1) (MCP-1) 4468 CCL11: (SCYA11) EOTAXIN PRECURSOR (EOSINOPHIL P51671 P50877 Q92490 Q92491 NM_002986 CHEMOTACTIC PROTEIN). 4472 CCL13_HUMAN: (CCL13 OR SCYA13 OR MCP4 OR Q99616 O95689 NM_005408 NCC1) SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A13 PRECURSOR (CCL13) 4474 CCL15-CCL14_1_HUMAN: (CCL15 OR SCYA15 OR Q16663 Q16627 Q13954 Q9UM74 NM_004166 MIP5 OR NCC3) SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A15 NM_004167 PRECURSOR (CCL15) NM_032962 NM_032963 NM_032964 4476 CCL16_HUMAN: (CCL16 OR SCYA16 OR ILINCK OR O15467 NM_004590 NCC4) SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A16 PRECURSOR (CCL16) 4478 CCL17: (SCYA17 OR TARC OR A-152E5.3) SMALL Q92583 Q2M287 NM_002987 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A17 4480 CCL18_HUMAN: (CCL18 OR SCYA18 OR MIP4 OR P55774 Q53X71 NM_002988 PARC OR AMAC1 OR DCCK1) 4482 CCL19: (SCYA19 OR MIP3B OR ELC) SMALL Q99731 O00736 O00697 NM_006274 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A19 PRECURSOR (MIP-3-BETA) 4487 CCL20: (CCL20 OR SCYA20 OR MIP3A OR LARC) P78556 Q99664 Q53S51 NM_004591 SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A20 PRECURSOR (CCL20) 4489 CCL21: (SCYA21 OR SCYA21B OR SCYA21A) SMALL O00585 NM_002989 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A21 PRECURSOR(SLC). 4491 CCL22: (CCL22 OR SCYA22 OR MDC OR A-152E5.1) O00626 NM_002990 SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A22 PRECURSOR. 4494 CCL23_HUMAN: (CCL23 OR SCYA23 OR MIP3 P55773 O00174 O75950 Q52LD4 NM_005064 OR MPIF1) SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A23 NM_145898 PRECURSOR (CCL23) 4496 CCL24: (CCL24 OR SCYA24 OR MPIF2) SMALL O00175 NM_002991 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A24 PRECURSOR (CCL24) (MPIF-2) (CK-BETA-6) 4500 CCL26_HUMAN: (CCL26 OR SCYA26) SMALL Q9Y258 Q52LV8 NM_006072 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A26 PRECURSOR (CCL26)(CC CHEMOKINE IMAC). 4502 CCL27: (SCYA27 OR ILC) SMALL INDUCIBLE Q9Y4X3 NM_006664 CYTOKINE A27 PRECURSOR (CC CHEMOKINE ILC) 4504 CCL3-CCL3L1-CCL3L3_HUMAN: ((CCL3 OR SCYA3 P10147 Q53YA5 Q96I68 P16619 NM_001001437 0.67/23% OR G0S19-1 OR MIP1A) AND (CCL3L1 OR SCYA3L1 NM_002983 OR G0S19-2)) NM_021006 4508 CCL4: (SCYA4 OR MIP1B OR LAG1) SMALL P13236 P22617 Q13704 Q3SXL8 Q6FGI8 NM_002984 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A4 PRECURSOR (MIP-1-BETA) (PAT 744) (H400) (SIS-GAMMA). 4510 CCL5: (SCYA5) SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A5 P13501 O43646 Q4ZGJ1 Q9NYA2 NM_002985 PRECURSOR (SIS-DELTA) (T CELL-SPECIFIC PROTEIN P228) (TCP228). 4514 CCL7: (SCYA7 OR MCP3) SMALL INDUCIBLE P80098 NM_006273 CYTOKINE A7 PRECURSOR (MCP-3) (NC28) 4516 CCL8_HUMAN: (SCYA8 OR SCYA10 OR MCP2) SMALL P80075 P78388 NM_005623 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A8 PRECURSOR (HC14) 4522 CX3CL1: (SCYD1 OR FKN OR NTT OR A-152E5.2) P78423 O00672 NM_002996 FRACTALKINE PRECURSOR (SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE D1). 4524 CXCL10: (SCYB10 OR INP10 OR MOB1 OR CRG-2 OR P02778 Q96QJ5 NM_001565 IFI10) SMALL INDUCIBLE (C7). 4526 CXCL11: (SCYB11 OR SCYB9B OR ITAC) SMALL O14625 Q92840 NM_005409 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE B11 PRECURSOR (BETA-R1) (CXCL11). 4528 CXCL12: (CXCL12 OR SDF1) STROMAL CELL-DERIVED P48061 NM_000609 FACTOR 1 PRECURSOR (SDF-1) 4530 CXCL13: (BLC OR BCA1) B LYMPHOCYTE O43927 NM_006419 CHEMOATTRACTANT PRECURSOR(BCA-1) (ANGIE). 4532 CXCL14: (SCYB14 OR NJAC) SMALL INDUCIBLE O95715 Q6UW97 Q9BTR1 Q86U69 NM_004887 CYTOKINE B14 PRECURSOR (KIDNEY-EXPRESSED CHEMOKINE CXC). 4543 CXCL6_HUMAN: (CXCL6 OR SCYB6 OR GCP2) SMALL P80162 Q4W5D4 NM_002993 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE B6 PRECURSOR (CXCL6) 4545 CXCL7: (SCYB7 OR PPBP OR CTAP3 OR TGB1 OR P02775 Q6IBJ8 NM_002704 THBGB1) PLATELET BASIC PROTEIN PRECURSOR (PBP) 4547 CXCL9: (CXCL9 OR MIG OR SCYB9) SMALL Q07325 Q503B4 NM_002416 INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE B9 PRECURSOR (CXCL9) (MIG) 4549 GITRL: (TNFSF18 OR AITRL OR GITRL OR TL6) O95852 Q9UNG2 NM_005092 TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 18 (AITRL). 4551 XCL1-XCL2_HUMAN: ((XCL1 OR SCYC1 OR LTN) P47992 Q52MA8 Q9UBD3 NM_002995 0.01/3% AND (XCL2 OR SCYC2)) NM_003175 4707 CSF2: (CSF2 OR GMCSF OR CSFGM) GRANULOCYTE- P04141 Q8NFI6 NM_000758 MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR PRECURSOR (GM-CSF) 4716 IFNA2_HUMAN: (IFNA2) INTERFERON ALPHA-2 P01563 Q96KI6 P01564 Q14606 NM_000605 PRECURSOR (INTERFERON ALPHA-A) (LEIF A). 4720 IFNAR1: (IFNAR1 OR IFNAR OR IFAR) INTERFERON- P17181 Q53GW9 Q53H11 Q8WTZ2 NM_000629 ALPHA/BETA RECEPTOR ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (CD118). 4722 IFNAR2: (IFNAR2 OR IFNARB) INTERFERON- P48551 NM_000874 ALPHA/BETA RECEPTOR BETA CHAIN PRECURSOR (IFN-R) 4727 IGF1R: (IGF1R) INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR I P08069 NM_000875 RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (CD221 ANTIGEN). 4729 IL10RA: (IL10RA OR IL10R) INTERLEUKIN-10 Q13651 NM_001558 1.18/25% RECEPTOR ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-10R-A) (IL-10R1) (CDW210A ANTIGEN). 4736 LIF: (LIF OR HILDA) LEUKEMIA INHIBITORY FACTOR P15018 Q52LZ2 NM_002309 PRECURSOR (LIF) (DIFFERENTIATION-STIMULATING FACTOR) 4739 LIFR: (LIFR) LEUKEMIA INHIBITORY FACTOR P42702 Q6LCD9 NM_002310 RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (LIF-R) (CD118 ANTIGEN) (LIFRA). 4747 IGF2R: (IGF2R OR MPRI) CATION-INDEPENDENT P11717 Q7Z7G9 Q96PT5 NM_000876 MANNOSE-6-PHOSPHATE RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (M6P/IGF2R) 4754 OSM: (OSM) ONCOSTATIN M PRECURSOR (OSM). P13725 NM_020530 0.33/—% 4757 OSMR: (OSMR OR OSMRB) ONCOSTATIN-M SPECIFIC Q99650 Q6P4E8 Q96QJ6 NM_003999 RECEPTOR SUBUNIT BETA PRECURSOR. 4775 TGFBR1: (TGFBR1) TGF-BETA RECEPTOR TYPE I P36897 NM_004612 PRECURSOR (SKR4) (ACTIVIN RECEPTOR-LIKE KINASE 5) (ALK-5). 4777 TGFBR2: (TGFBR2) TGF-BETA RECEPTOR TYPE II P37173 Q99474 Q15580 Q6DKT6 NM_001024847 PRECURSOR (EC 2.7.1.37) (TGFR-2) (TGF-BETA TYPE NM_003242 II RECEPTOR). 4847 IL1RL2: (IL1RL2 OR IL1RRP2) INTERLEUKIN 1 Q9HB29 Q45H74 Q13525 NM_003854 RECEPTOR-LIKE 2 PRECURSOR (IL-1RRP2) (IL1R-RP2). 4849 IL18R1: (IL1RRP OR IL18R1) INTERLEUKIN 18 Q13478 NM_003855 RECEPTOR 1 PRECURSOR (IL-1RRP) (CD218A ANTIGEN) (CDW218A). 4978 CNTF-ZFP91_1: (CNTF) CILIARY NEUROTROPHIC P26441 Q86V47 Q96JP5 Q96QA3 Q96JP4 NM_000614 FACTOR (ZFP91) (ZINC FINGER PROTEIN NM_170768 ZFP91) (PZF) 4980 CSF3: (CSF3) GRANULOCYTE COLONY-STIMULATING P09919 NM_000759 FACTOR PRECURSOR (G-CSF) (PLURIPOIETIN) NM_172219 (FILGRASTIM) (LENOGRASTIM). NM_172220 5056 IGF1_1: (IGF1 OR IBP1) INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH Q14620 P01343 P05019 NM_000618 FACTOR IA PRECURSOR (IGF-IA) (SOMATOMEDIN C) (IGF-IB). 5211 IGF2_1: (IGF2) INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR II P01344 Q1WM26 Q9UC68 P78449 Q14299 NM_000612 0.79/1% PRECURSOR (IGF-II) (SOMATOMEDIN A). Q9UC69 NM_001007139 NM_001042377 5213 LEPR: (OBR OR LEPR OR DB OR FA) LEPTIN P48357 Q92919 Q92920 Q92921 Q13592 NM_002303 RECEPTOR PRECURSOR (LEP-R)(HUB219) (B219) Q13593 Q13594 (CD295 ANTIGEN). 5219 NGFB: (NGFB) BETA-NERVE GROWTH FACTOR P01138 Q6FHA0 Q9P2Q8 Q96P60 Q9UKL8 NM_002506 PRECURSOR (BETA-NGF). 5544 OB_2: (LEP OR OB) LEPTIN PRECURSOR (OBESITY P41159 O15158 Q56A88 NM_000230 FACTOR) (OBESE PROTEIN). 9231 EPOR: (EPOR) ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR Q15443 P19235 NM_000121 PRECURSOR (EPO-R). 9707 NRP1: (NRP1 OR NRP OR VEGF165R) NEUROPILIN-1 Q96IH5 O60461 O14786 NM_003873 PRECURSOR (CD304 ANTIGEN). 11163 IFNB1: (IFNB1 OR IFNB OR IFB) INTERFERON BETA P01574 NM_002176 PRECURSOR (IFN-BETA) (FIBROBLAST INTERFERON). 11325 ST16: (IL24 OR ST16 OR MDA7) SUPPRESSION OF Q96DB0 Q96KG4 Q13007 NM_006850 TUMORIGENICITY 16 PROTEIN PRECURSOR NM_181339 (MDA-7) (MOB-5) (C49A). 11343 ZMDA1: (IL19 OR ZMDA1) INTERLEUKIN-19 Q96QR4 Q9NUA0 Q9UHD0 NM_013371 PRECURSOR (IL-19) (NG.1). NM_153758 11750 CXCL16: (0910001K24RIK) SR-PSOX Q9H2A7 Q8TC80 Q96K63 Q9BXD6 Q9H2F6 NM_022059 5.42/65% (TRANSMEMBRANE CHEMOKINE CXCL16) (0910001K24RIK PROTEIN). 11755 TNFRSF21: (TNFRSF21 OR DR6) (TNFR-RELATED O75509 Q96D86 NM_014452 0.16/1% DEATH RECEPTOR 6) (DEATH RECEPTOR 6) (DJ181J13.1). 11779 FLT3LG: (FLT3LG) SL CYTOKINE PRECURSOR P49771 NM_001459 1.07/3% (FMS-RELATED TYROSINE KINASE 3 LIGAND) (FLT3 LIGAND). 11794 GATA1: (GATA1 OR GF1 OR ERYF1) ERYTHROID P15976 Q96GB8 NM_002049 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR (GATA-1) (ERYF1) (GF-1) (NF-E1). 11797 GATA2: (GATA2) ENDOTHELIAL TRANSCRIPTION P23769 Q9BUJ6 NM_032638 FACTOR GATA-2. 11800 GATA3: (GATA3) TRANS-ACTING T-CELL SPECIFIC P23771 Q96J16 NM_002051 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-3. 11804 GATA4: (GATA4) TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-4 P43694 NM_002052 (GATA BINDING FACTOR-4). 11819 GZMB: (GZMB OR CTLA1 OR CTLA-1 OR GRB OR P10144 Q8N1D2 NM_004131 CSPB OR CGL1) GRANZYME B (G, H) PRECURSOR 11824 HAVCR1: (HAVCR1 OR TIM1 OR TIMD1) HEPATITIS A O43656 Q96D42 NM_012206 VIRUS CELLULAR RECEPTOR 1 PRECURSOR (TIM-1) (TIM) (HHAVCR-1). 11836 IL22_HUMAN: (IL22 OR IL-22 OR IL22A OR ILTIFA Q9GZX6 NM_020525 OR ILTIF) INTERLEUKIN-22 PRECURSOR (INTERLEUKIN 22) (IL-22A). 11839 IL10RB: (IL10RB OR CRFB4) INTERLEUKIN-10 Q08334 Q9BUU4 NM_000628 RECEPTOR BETA CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-10R-B) (CDW210B ANTIGEN). 11842 IL12RB1_1: (IL12RB1 OR IL12RB OR IL12R) IL-12 P42701 NM_005535 RECEPTOR BETA-1 CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-12R-BETA1) (CD212 ANTIGEN). 11845 IL12RB2: (IL12RB2) INTERLEUKIN-12 Q99665 NM_001559 RECEPTOR BETA-2 CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-12 RECEPTOR BETA-2) (IL-12R-BETA2). 11854 IL17RA: (IL17RA OR IL17R) INTERLEUKIN-17 O43844 Q96F46 NM_014339 RECEPTOR A PRECURSOR (IL-17 RECEPTOR) (CD217 ANTIGEN) (CDW217). 11857 IL1RL1_1: (IL1RL1 OR ST2 OR STE2 OR LY84 OR Q01638 Q53TU7 Q9UQ44 Q9ULV7 Q8NEJ3 NM_003856 DER4 OR T1) (FIT-1) (MGC32623) NM_016232 (FIT-1S) (FIT-1M). 11860 IL21: (IL21) INTERLEUKIN 21. Q9HBE4 NM_021803 12040 PRLR: (PRLR) PROLACTIN RECEPTOR PRECURSOR P16471 Q16354 Q9BX87 NM_000949 (PRL-R). 12076 SCYA28: (SCYA28) SMALL INDUCIBLE CYTOKINE A28 Q9NRJ3 NM_019846 PRECURSOR (CCL28) (MEC). NM_148672 12124 TNFRSF13B: (TNFRSF13B OR TACI) TUMOR O14836 Q7Z6F5 NM_012452 NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 13B (CD267 ANTIGEN). 12163 ZCYTO7: (IL17B OR ZCYTO7 OR NIRF OR IL20) Q9UHF5 NM_014443 INTERLEUKIN-17B PRECURSOR (IL-17B) (INTERLEUKIN-20). 12329 IGF1_2: (IGF1 OR IBP1) INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH P05019 — FACTOR IB PRECURSOR (IGF-IB) (SOMATOMEDIN C). 12797 PRL_2: (PRL) PROLACTIN PRECURSOR (PRL). P01236 Q92996 Q15199 NM_000948 13073 IFRD1: (IFRD1) INTERFERON-RELATED O75234 Q5U013 Q9BVE4 O00458 NM_001550 DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATOR 1 (NERVE GROWTH FACTOR-INDUCIBLE PROTEIN PC4). 14752 VGR1: (FLT1 OR FLT OR FRT) VASCULAR P16057 O60722 P17948 Q12954 NM_002019 ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR RECEPTOR 1 PRECURSOR(VEGFR-1) (FLT-1) 17086 CMTM6: (CMTM6 OR CKLFSF6) CKLF-LIKE MARVEL Q9NX76 NM_017801 TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAIN-CONTAINING PROTEIN 6 (FLJ20396). 17164 IL22R: (IL22R) IL-22 RECEPTOR. Q9HB22 NM_021258 0.49/26% 17831 CSF1: (CSF1 OR CSFM) MACROPHAGE COLONY P09603 Q14806 Q13130 Q14086 Q9UQR8 NM_000757 STIMULATING FACTOR-1 PRECURSOR NM_172210 (CSF-1) (MCSF). NM_172211 NM_172212 17935 IFNGR2: (IFNGR2 OR IFNGT1) INTERFERON-GAMMA P38484 Q9BTL5 NM_005534 RECEPTOR BETA CHAIN PRECURSOR (INTERFERON- GAMMA TRANSDUCER-1). 18152 GHR: (GHR) HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT GROWTH P10912 Q9HCX2 NM_000163 HORMONE RECEPTOR/BINDING PROTEIN PRECURSOR. 18202 IFI-78K_HUMAN: (MX1) INTERFERON-INDUCED P20591 NM_002462 GTP-BINDING PROTEIN MX1 (IFI-78K). 19768 GZMH_HUMAN: (GZMH OR CTSGL2 OR CGL2) P20718 NM_033423 GRANZYME H PRECURSOR (CTSGL2) (CCP-X) (CSP-C). 20039 GATA6: (GATA6) TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-6 Q92908 P78327 NM_005257 (GATA BINDING FACTOR-6) (DNA BINDING PROTEIN GATA-GT2). 20042 GZMA: (GZMA OR CTLA3 OR HFSP) GRANZYME A P12544 NM_006144 PRECURSOR (FRAGMENTIN 1) (TSP-1) (MTSP-1). 20045 GZMK: (GZMK OR TRYP2) GRANZYME K P49863 NM_002104 PRECURSOR (GRANZYME 3) (NK-TRYPTASE-2) (NK-TRYP-2) (FRAGMENTIN 3). 20048 GZMM: (GZMM OR MET1) GRANZYME M P51124 NM_005317 PRECURSOR (EC 3.4.21.—) (MET-ASE). 20568 SEMB: (SEMA4A OR SEMAB OR SEMB) Q8WUA9 Q9H3S1 NM_022367 SEMAPHORIN 4A PRECURSOR (SEMAPHORIN B) (SEMA B). 21165 IL13RA1: (IL13RA1 OR IL13RA OR IL13R) P78552 Q99656 O95646 NM_001560 INTERLEUKIN-13 RECEPTOR ALPHA-1 CHAIN PRECURSOR (CD213A1 ANTIGEN). 22278 EDAR: (EDAR) ECTODYSPLASIN-A RECEPTOR Q9UND9 Q9UNE0 NM_022336 0.03/—% PROTEIN. 22287 KDR_1: (KDR) DEATH RECEPTOR CANDIDATE Q9H665 NM_024660 (FLJ22573) (MGC30332). 22822 SCYE1: (SCYE1 OR EMAP2) MULTISYNTHETASE Q6FG28 Q96CQ9 Q12904 NM_004757 COMPLEX AUXILIARY COMPONENT P43. 23301 TNFRSF13C: (TNFRSF13C OR BAFFR OR) TUMOR Q96RJ3 NM_052945 NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 13C (CD268 ANTIGEN). 23439 KDR_2: (KDR) DEATH RECEPTOR CANDIDATE Q9H665 NM_024660 (FLJ22573) (MGC30332). 23442 KDR_3: (KDR) DEATH RECEPTOR CANDIDATE Q9H665 NM_024660 (FLJ22573) (MGC30332). 23485 TNFRSF19L: (TNFRSF19L OR RELT) TUMOR Q86V34 Q96JU1 Q9BUX7 Q969Z4 NM_032871 0.22/—% NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY NM_152222 MEMBER 19L PRECURSOR 23488 TNFRSF12A: (TNFRSF12A OR FN14) (TWEAKR) (CD266 Q9HCS0 Q9NP84 NM_016639 ANTIGEN). 23491 VEGI: (TNFSF15 OR VEGI OR TL1) TUMOR O95150 NM_005118 NECROSIS FACTOR LIGAND SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 15. 23494 EDA2R: (EDA2R OR TNFRSF27 OR XEDAR) Q6UWM2 Q8IZA6 Q9HAV5 NM_021783 (UNQ2448/PRO34080/PRO5727). 25052 KITLG: (KITLG OR MGF OR SCF) KIT LIGAND Q16487 Q9UQK7 P21583 NM_003994 PRECURSOR (C- KIT LIGAND) (STEM CELL FACTOR) (SCF) (MGF). 25954 IL13RA2: (IL13RA2 OR IL13R) INTERLEUKIN-13 Q14627 O00667 NM_000640 RECEPTOR ALPHA-2 CHAIN PRECURSOR (CD213A2 ANTIGEN). 26325 CCBP2: (CCBP2 OR CMBRK9 OR CCR10) O00590 O00537 Q96A02 Q86UN9 NM_001296 CHEMOKINE BINDING PROTEIN 2 (CC-CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR CCR10). 26328 CCR11: (CCR11 OR CCBP2 OR VSHK1) C-C Q9NPB9 NM_016557 CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 11 NM_178445 (C-C CKR-11) (GPCR14). 26443 GPR44: (GPR44 OR CRTH2 OR DL1R) Q4QRI6 Q9Y5Y4 O94765 NM_004778 PUTATIVE G PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR GPR44 (CD294 ANTIGEN). 26473 IL17F: (IL17F OR IL24) INTERLEUKIN-17F Q96PD4 Q9NUE6 Q96PI8 Q7Z6P4 NM_052872 PRECURSOR (IL-17F) (INTERLEUKIN-24) NM_172343 (CYTOKINE ML-1). 26479 IL1RN: (IL1RN OR IL1RA) INTERLEUKIN-1 RECEPTOR P18510 Q96GD6 Q14628 Q9UPC0 Q7RTZ4 NM_000577 ANTAGONIST PROTEIN PRECURSOR (IL-1RA) NM_173841 (ICIL-1RA) (IRAP) (IL-1RN). NM_173842 NM_173843 26482 IL20: (IL20 OR ZCYTO10) INTERLEUKIN-20 Q9NYY1 Q96QZ6 NM_018724 PRECURSOR (IL-20) (UNQ852/PRO1801). 26485 IL21R: (IL21R OR NILR) INTERLEUKIN 21 RECEPTOR Q9HBE5 Q9HB91 Q96HZ1 NM_021798 PRECURSOR (IL-21R) (NOVEL INTERLEUKIN NM_181078 RECEPTOR) NM_181079 26660 TGFBR3: (TGFBR3) TGF-BETA RECEPTOR TYPE III Q03167 Q5T2T4 Q5U731 Q9UGI2 NM_003243 PRECURSOR (TGFR-3) (BETAGLYCAN). 26828 IFNA10-IFNA17-IFNA4-IFNA16-IFNA7- P01566 P01571 P05014 P05015 P01567 NM_002171 IFNA14_HUMAN: (IFNA10) P01570 Q14639 P13358 Q14607 NM_002172 INTERFERON ALPHA-10 NM_002173 PRECURSOR (IFNA4) NM_021057 NM_021068 NM_021268 26829 IFNA1-IFNA13_HUMAN: (IFNA1 AND IFNA13) Q14605 Q9UMJ3 Q5VYQ2 P01562 NM_006900 INTERFERON ALPHA-1/13 NM_024013 PRECURSOR (INTERFERON ALPHA-D) (LEIF D). 26830 IFNA21_HUMAN: (IFNA21) INTERFERON ALPHA-21 P01568 NM_002175 5.34/—% PRECURSOR (INTERFERON ALPHA-F) (LEIF F). 26832 IFNA6_HUMAN: (IFNA6) INTERFERON ALPHA-6 P05013 NM_021002 PRECURSOR (INTERFERON ALPHA-K) (LEIF K) (INTERFERON ALPHA-54). 26833 IFNA8_HUMAN: (IFNA8) INTERFERON ALPHA-8 P32881 P09236 P01565 NM_002170 PRECURSOR (INTERFERON ALPHA-B2) (INTERFERON ALPHA-B) (LEIF B). 26840 IFNW1_HUMAN: (IFNW1) INTERFERON OMEGA-1 P05000 NM_002177 PRECURSOR (INTERFERON ALPHA-II-1). 27246 PTN: (PTN OR NEGF1 OR HBNF1) PLEIOTROPHIN P21246 NM_002825 PRECURSOR (PTN) (OSF-1) 28535 IL17D: (IL27) INTERLEUKIN 27 PRECURSOR (IL-17D) Q8TAD2 NM_138284 (IL27A) (IL17D) 29471 TNFRSF10C_HUMAN: (TNFRSF10C OR DCR1 Q6UXM5 O14798 O14755 NM_003841 OR TRAILR3 OR TRID OR LIT) (DCR1) (DECOY TRAIL RECEPTOR WITHOUT DEATH DOMAIN) 30254 CKLFSF1_HUMAN: (CKLFSF1) CHEMOKINE-LIKE Q8IZ96 Q96JC2 Q8IZ94 Q8IZ93 Q8IZ95 NM_052999 1.44/—% FACTOR SUPER FAMILY 1. Q8IU76 Q8IU83 Q8IU86 Q8IU93 Q NM_181268 NM_181269 NM_181270 NM_181271 NM_181272 NM_1 30399 WSX1: (WSX1 OR CRL1 OR TCCR) CLASS I CYTOKINE Q6UWB1 O60624 NM_004843 RECEPTOR (CRL1 PROTEIN) (IL-27R-ALPHA) (WSX-1). 30402 CCR2_1: (CCR2 OR CMKBR2) C-C CHEMOKINE P41597 NM_000647 RECEPTOR TYPE 2 (C-C CKR-2) (CCR2A). 30405 CCR2_2: (CCR2 OR CMKBR2) C-C CHEMOKINE P41597 NM_000648 RECEPTOR TYPE 2 (C-C CKR-2) (CCR2B). 30408 CCR5: (CCR5 OR CMKBR5) C-C CHEMOKINE P51681 O14692 O14693 O14695 O14696 NM_000579 RECEPTOR TYPE 5 (C-C CKR-5) O14697 O14698 O14699 O14700 O (CD195 ANTIGEN). 30430 IL8RA: (IL8RA OR CXCR1) HIGH AFFINITY Q2YEF8 Q2YEG4 Q2YEG5 Q2YEG7 NM_000634 1.12/—% INTERLEUKIN-8 RECEPTOR A Q2YEG8 Q53R18 Q6IN95 Q8N6T6 P25024 Q (IL-8R A) (CXCR-1) (CDW128A). 30431 IL8RB: (IL8RB OR CXCR2) HIGH AFFINITY P25025 Q9P2T6 Q9P2T7 Q8IUZ1 NM_001557 0.07/—% INTERLEUKIN-8 RECEPTOR B (IL-8R B) (CXCR-2) 30456 IL15RA: (IL15RA) INTERLEUKIN-15 RECEPTOR Q6B0J2 Q7LDR4 Q7Z609 Q13261 NM_002189 ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR. NM_172200 30459 PF4-PF4V1_HUMAN: (SCYB4 OR PF4) PLATELET P02776 P10720 NM_002619 FACTOR 4 PRECURSOR NM_002620 (PF-4) (CXCL4). 30503 MPL: (MPL OR TPOR) THROMBOPOIETIN RECEPTOR P40238 NM_005373 PRECURSOR (CD110 ANTIGEN). 30523 CLF-1: (CLF-1) CYTOKINE-LIKE FACTOR-1 O75462 Q9UHH5 NM_004750 4.67/76% PRECURSOR. 30526 CRAM: (CRAM-A OR CRAM-B OR CCRL2 OR Q4VBB0 Q6IPX0 O75307 Q9UPG0 O00421 NM_003965 CMKBR1L2 OR L-CCR OR E01 Q96KP5 OR 1810047I05RIK). 30529 CRF2-S1: (CRF2-S1 OR IL22BP OR IL22RA2 OR IL-22BP) Q6UWM1 Q96A41 Q969J5 Q96QR0 NM_052962 SOLUBLE CYTOKINE CLASS II RECEPTOR NM_181309 NM_181310 30532 CRL2: (CRL2 OR IL-XR OR CRLM2) CYTOKINE Q9HC73 Q9H5R3 NM_022148 RECEPTOR CRL2 PRECUSOR (IL-XR) 30535 IL31RA: (IL31RA OR CRL3) INTERLEUKIN 31RA Q6EBC4 Q6EBC6 Q6EBC3 Q6UWL8 NM_139017 (INTERLEUKIN-31 RECEPTOR Q6EBC5 Q8NI17 Q8WYJ0 ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR) (CRL3 PROTEIN) 30538 EBI3: (EBI3) CYTOKINE RECEPTOR PRECURSOR Q14213 O75269 NM_005755 (EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS INDUCED GENE 3) (IL27) (IL-27) 30566 IL20RB: (IL20RB) IL20RB INTERLEUKIN 20 Q8IYY5 Q8TAJ7 Q6UXL0 Q6P438 NM_144717 RECEPTOR BETA (IL10R-LIKE). 30570 IL11RA: (IL11RA1 OR IL11RA OR ETL2 OR Q16542 Q14626 Q7KYJ7 NM_004512 ET12/IL11 REC) INTERLEUKIN-11 NM_147162 RECEPTOR ALPHA CHAIN 1 PRECURSOR (NR1) 30572 IL1F10: (IL1F10 OR FIL1T OR IL1HY2 OR FKSG75) Q7RTZ5 Q56AT8 Q8WWZ1 Q969H5 NM_032556 INTERLEUKIN 1 FAMILY Q9BYX1 NM_173161 MEMBER 10 (IL-1F10) 30575 IL1F5: (IL1F5 OR FIL1D OR IL1HY1 OR IL1L1 Q7RTZ6 Q56AT9 Q9UBH0 NM_012275 1.15/57% OR IL1RP3) INTERLEUKIN 1 FAMILY NM_173170 MEMBER 5 (IL-1F5) 30578 IL1F6: (IL1F6 OR IL1E OR FIL1E) INTERLEUKIN 1 Q7RTZ8 Q5BLR4 Q9UHA7 NM_014440 FAMILY MEMBER 6 (IL-1F6). 30581 IL1F7_HUMAN: (IL1F7 OR FIL1Z OR IL1H4 OR IL1RP1) Q56AP9 Q9NZH6 Q8TD04 Q8TD05 Q9HBF2 NM_014439 INTERLEUKIN 1 FAMILY MEMBER 7 PRECURSOR. Q9HBF3 Q9UHA6 NM_173202 NM_173203 NM_173204 NM_173205 30582 IL1F8: (IL1F8 OR IL1H2) INTERLEUKIN 1 FAMILY Q53SR6 Q9NZH7 Q9UHA5 Q7RTZ7 NM_014438 MEMBER 8 (IL-1F8) (IL-1H2). NM_173178 30585 IL1F9: (IL1F9 OR IL1H1 OR IL1E OR IL1RP2) Q6UVX7 Q7RTZ9 Q56B91 Q9NZH8 NM_019618 INTERLEUKIN 1 FAMILY MEMBER 9 (IL-1F9) (IL-1RP2). 30588 IL20RA: (IL20RA OR ZCYTOR7) INTERLEUKIN-20 Q9UHF4 Q96SH8 Q96SH7 Q6UWA9 NM_014432 0.64/—% RECEPTOR ALPHA CHAIN PRECURSOR (IL-20R-ALPHA) (IL-20R1). 30591 IL23A: (IL23A) INTERLEUKIN 23 P19 SUBUNIT Q6NZ80 Q6NZ82 Q9H2A5 Q9NPF7 NM_016584 (INTERLEUKIN 23, ALPHA SUBUNIT P19) (SGRF) (SGRF PRECURSOR). 30595 IL23R: (IL23R OR IL-23R) INTERLEUKIN-23 RECEPTOR. Q4VGP1 Q4VGP2 Q4VGP3 Q4VGP4 NM_144701 Q4VGP5 Q4VGP6 Q5VWK5 Q5VWK7 Q8NFQ9 Q 30601 IL28RA: (IL28RA OR CRF2/12 OR LICR2) (PUTATIVE Q8IZI8 Q8IU57 Q8IV66 Q8IZI7 Q6ZML8 NM_170743 CLASS II CYTOKINE NM_173064 RECEPTOR CRF2/12). NM_173065 30621 THPO: (THPO) THROMBOPOIETIN PRECURSOR P40225 Q13020 Q15790 Q15791 Q15792 NM_000460 0.63/20% (MEGAKARYOCYTE COLONY STIMULATING NM_199228 FACTOR) (MGDF). NM_199356 30654 IL17C: (IL17C) INTERLEUKIN-17C PRECURSOR (IL-17C) Q3MIG8 Q9P0M4 Q9HC75 NM_013278 1.09/7% (CYTOKINE CX2). 30672 TNFRSF18: (TNFRSF18 OR GITR OR AITR) TUMOR Q9Y5U5 O95851 Q9NYJ9 NM_004195 NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTOR NM_148901 SUPERFAMILY MEMBER NM_148902 18 PRECURSOR. 30673 TNFRSF4: (TNFRSF4 OR TXGP1L OR OX40 OR TXGP1) Q5T7M0 P43489 Q13663 NM_003327 (CD134 ANTIGEN) (MRC OX40) (OX40L RECEPTOR) 30779 SOCS4: (SOCS4 OR SOCS7) SUPPRESSOR OF Q8WXH5 NM_080867 CYTOKINE SIGNALING 4 (SUPPRESSOR NM_199421 OF CYTOKINE SIGNALING 7) (SOCS-7). 30806 TNFRSF17: (TNFRSF17 OR BCMA OR BCM) TUMOR Q02223 NM_001192 NECROSIS FACTOR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY MEMBER 17(CD269 ANTIGEN). 30807 BLR1: (BLR1 OR CXCR5 OR GPCR6 OR MDR15) P32302 Q14811 NM_001716 C—X—C CHEMOKINE RECEPTOR TYPE 5 (CXC-R5) NM_032966 (CD185 ANTIGEN). 30808 CNTFR: (CNTFR) CILIARY NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR P26992 NM_001842 0.99/7% RECEPTOR ALPHA PRECURSOR (CNTFR ALPHA). NM_147164 30809 EDA_2: (ED1 OR EDA OR TA) ECTODYSPLASIN A Q5JUM7 Q92838 O75910 Q9UP77 Q9Y6L0 NM_001005609 (ECTODERMAL DYSPLASIA PROTEIN). Q9Y6L1 Q9Y6L2 Q9Y6L3 Q9Y6L4 NM_001399 30815 GATA5: (GATA5) TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-5 Q9BWX5 NM_080473 (GATA BINDING FACTOR-5). 30824 CXCL5: (SCYB5 OR ENA78) SMALL INDUCIBLE P42830 Q96QE1 NM_002994 CYTOKINE B5 PRECURSOR (ENA-78). 30827 IFNE1: (IFNE1) INTERFERON EPSILON-1 Q86WN2 NM_176891 (INTERFERON-EPSILON) (IFNT1) (UNQ360). 30830 IL17BR: (IL17RB OR IL17BR OR EVI27) Q9NRM6 Q9BPZ0 Q9NRL4 Q9NRM5 NM_018725 INTERLEUKIN-17B RECEPTOR NM_172234 PRECURSOR (IL-17B RECEPTOR). 30839 IL9R: ((IL9RX OR IL9R) AND (IL9RY OR IL9R)) Q01113 Q14634 Q8WWU1 Q96TF0 NM_002186 1.54/83% (IL-9R) (GFI-2) (CD129 ANTIGEN). NM_176786 30842 MAF_2: (MAF) TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MAF O75444 Q9UP93 NM_001031804 (PROTO-ONCOGENE C-MAF). NM_005360 30845 MAF_3: (MAF) TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MAF O75444 Q9UP93 NM_001031804 1.15/20% (PROTO-ONCOGENE C-MAF). NM_005360 [0120] The example set forth above is provided to give those of ordinary skill in the art a complete disclosure and description of how to make and use the embodiments of the apparatus, systems and methods of the disclosure, and is not intended to limit the scope of what the inventors regard as their disclosure. Modifications of the above-described modes for carrying out the disclosure that are obvious to persons of skill in the art are intended to be within the scope of the following claims. All patents and publications mentioned in the specification are indicative of the levels of skill of those skilled in the art to which the disclosure pertains. All references cited in this disclosure are incorporated by reference to the same extent as if each reference had been incorporated by reference in its entirety individually. [0121] A number of embodiments have been described. Nevertheless, it will be understood that various modifications may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the description. Accordingly, other embodiments are within the scope of the following claims.

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