DataSheet5_Aberrantly Expressed Small Noncoding RNAome in Keloid Skin Tissue.PDF (260.62 kB)
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posted on 13.04.2022, 04:09 authored by Chuang Yin, Chuandong Wang, Chen Wang

The skin is an organ that protects against injury and infection but can be damaged easily. Wound healing is a subtle balance which, if broken, can lead to keloid formation. Small noncoding (nc) RNAs can be of “housekeeping,” for example, ribosomal RNAs and transfer RNAs, or “regulatory,” for example, microRNAs (miRNAs or miRs), small nucleolar RNAs (snoRNAs), and P-element–induced Wimpy testis (PIWI)-interacting RNA (piRNA) types. We examined five types of small ncRNAs [miR, piRNA, snoRNA, small nuclear (sn) RNA, and repeat-associated small interfering RNA (rasiRNA)] in keloid skin tissue (KST) using sequencing and real-time reverse transcription-quantitative polymerase chain reaction. All comparisons were made in relation to expression in normal skin tissue (obtained by abdominoplasty). The expression of three piRNAs was upregulated, and the expression of six piRNAs was downregulated in KST. The expression of 12 snoRNAs was upregulated, and the expression of two snoRNAs was downregulated in KST. The expression of two snRNAs was downregulated in KST. The expression of 18 miRs was upregulated, and the expression of three miRNAs was downregulated in KST. The expression of one rasiRNA was upregulated, and the expression of one rasiRNA was downregulated in KST. We revealed the differential expression of small ncRNAs in KST, which may aid the development of new treatment for keloids.

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