DataSheet_1_Whole-Transcriptome Profiling and circRNA-miRNA-mRNA Regulatory Networks in B-Cell Development.zip (4.97 MB)
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posted on 21.03.2022, 05:07 authored by Jie Pan, Saineng Hu, Xuanyao Ren, Hao Hu, Xiaoying Deng, Bo Yu, Inma Cobos, Xiaofan Chen, Wei Zhang

The generation and differentiation of B lymphocytes (B cells) is a flexible process with many critical regulatory factors. Previous studies indicated that non-coding RNAs play multiple roles in the development of lymphocytes. However, little has been known about the circular RNA (circRNA) profiles and their competing endogenous RNA (ceRNA) networks in B-cell development and differentiation. Here, four B-cell subsets were purified from single-cell suspensions of mouse bone marrow. Then RNA sequencing (RNA-Seq) was used to display expression profiles of circRNAs, miRNAs and mRNAs during B-cell differentiation. 175, 203, 219 and 207 circRNAs were specifically expressed in pro-B cells, pre-B cells, immature B cells and mature B cells, respectively. The circRNA-associated ceRNA networks constructed in two sequential stages of B-cell differentiation revealed the potential mechanism of circRNAs in these processes. This study is the first to explore circRNA profiles and circRNA-miRNA-mRNA networks in different B-cell developmental stages of mouse bone marrow, which contribute to further research on their mechanism in B-cell development and differentiation.

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