Transcriptomic index for characterizing the cellular repair response after soft tissue injury in diarthrodial joints
One aspect of the Invention provides methods for classifying the quality of a repair response after injury to a joint of a subject. In one embodiment, the method includes providing a tissue sample from the injured region of the joint and determining expression levels in the sample of a plurality of genes, including at least those genes listed in Table 1, Table 2 and Table 3, Another aspect of the Invention provides methods of treating a human or veterinary subject having an injury to a joint based on the classification of the quality of the repair response.
Chan; Deva (Chicago, IL), Li; Jun (Chicago, IL), Plaas; Anna H. K. (Chicago, IL), Sandy; John D. (Chicago, IL), Wang; Vincent (Chicago, IL)
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