Table_3_Analysis of lncRNAs and mRNA Expression in the ZBTB1 Knockout Monoclonal EL4 Cell Line and Combined Analysis With miRNAs and circRNAs.xls (28.53 kB)

Table_3_Analysis of lncRNAs and mRNA Expression in the ZBTB1 Knockout Monoclonal EL4 Cell Line and Combined Analysis With miRNAs and circRNAs.xls

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posted on 09.12.2021, 04:35 authored by Junhong Wang, Xiaoxu Li, Yiyuan Lu, Quntao Huang, Yu Sun, Mingyang Cheng, Fengdi Li, Chunwei Shi, Yan Zeng, Chunfeng Wang, Xin Cao

In previous experiments, we identified the effect of deletion of the Zbtb1 gene on circRNAs and microRNAs. In this study, we examined the expression profiles of lncRNAs and mRNAs using the RNA-seq method for Zbtb1-deficient EL4 cells and performed a clustering analysis of differentially expressed lncRNAs and mRNAs. GO term histograms and KEGG scatter plots were drawn. For the experimental results, a joint analysis was performed, which predicted the regulatory relationships among lncRNAs, mRNAs, microRNAs and circRNAs. For the regulatory relationship between lncRNAs and target genes, the chromatin structure and the degree of openness were verified for the possible target gene locations regulated by lncRNA using experimental methods such as Hi-C and ATAC-seq. Ultimately, the possible differential regulation of the Brcal and Dennd5d genes by lncRNAs and the differential changes in transcription factor binding sites in the promoter region were identified. For neRNA-regulated target genes with significantly differentially expressed mRNAs, a combined screen was performed, and the final obtained candidate target genes were subjected to GO and KEGG term enrichment analyses. Our results illustrate that the Zbtb1 gene can not only function as a regulatory factor but also regulate EL4 cells from multiple perspectives based on ceRNA theory.

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