Table_2_RNA-Seq Reveals miRNA Role Shifts in Seven Stages of Skeletal Muscles in Goat Fetuses and Kids.XLSX (153.78 kB)

Table_2_RNA-Seq Reveals miRNA Role Shifts in Seven Stages of Skeletal Muscles in Goat Fetuses and Kids.XLSX

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posted on 07.07.2020, 04:50 by Yinghui Ling, Qi Zheng, Jing Jing, Menghua Sui, Lu Zhu, Yunsheng Li, Yunhai Zhang, Ya Liu, Fugui Fang, Xiaorong Zhang

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are indispensable for the regulation of skeletal muscle. We performed RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) to establish a comprehensive miRNA profiling of goats in seven stages, namely, 45- (F45), 65- (F65), 90- (F90), 120- (F120), and 135-day (F135) fetuses, newborn (B1), and 90-day-old (B90) kids. In total, 421 known miRNAs and 228 goat novel miRNAs were identified in the data, and the average abundance of 19 miRNAs in seven stages exceeds 10,000 reads per million. Furthermore, 420 differentially expressed miRNAs (DEmiRNAs) were identified in all comparison group at seven stages, 80 of which were uniquely differentially expressed in the B1 and B90 comparison groups. Pathway analysis indicated that this group was associated with the release of muscle hypertrophy and regulation of myoblast proliferation. Besides, 305 DEmiRNAs were clustered into three significantly enriched profiles (profiles 11, 16, and 19). Function analysis revealed that profile 16 was related to muscle hypertrophy and differentiation. Profile 11 was involved in multiple enzyme activities and metabolic processes in muscle cells. And profile 19 was involved in material transport and structural stability. Two highly expressed miRNAs and three key miRNAs (chi-miR-328-3p, chi-miR-767, and chi-miR-150) of these profiles were verified to be consistent with the data by quantitative real-time PCR. These results provided a catalog of goat muscle-associated miRNAs, allowing us to better understand the transformation of miRNA roles during mammalian muscle development.

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