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Transcription profiling of human U927 cells polysomal and cytoplasmic RNA before and after PMA stimulation


ABSTRACT: Human histomonocytic U937 cells exhibit macrophage-like properties after phorbol ester stimulation. Accumulating evidence demonstrated that remarkable number of transcripts changed in their amount at total RNA levels. However, post-transcriptional regulation has not been fully elucidated in this model. Thus, we compared expression profiles between polysomal and cytoplasmic RNAs before and after phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate stimulation (48h, 32nM). Table 1: Detailed description of the expression data of human histomonocytic cell line U937 cells. Data of total cytoplasmic and polysomal fractions before and after PMA stimulation is shown. This table contains all spot data except: 1) saturated spots, 2) undetectable spots, 3) stained spots, and 4) spots only detected in less than one samples. Column A: Gene symbol (“I_xxxxxx” is corresponding to EST clones); Column B: Genbank accession no. Column C: Description; Column D: Average value of expression levels in total cytoplasmic fraction in the absence of PMA; Column E: Average value of expression levels in total cytoplasmic fraction in the presence of PMA (32nM, 48h); Column F: Average value of expression levels in polysomal fraction in the absence of PMA; Column G: Average value of expression levels in polysomal fraction in the presence of PMA; Column H: Expression ratio of polysome, PMA (-) to cytoplasm, PMA(-); Column I: Expression ratio of polysome, PMA (+) to cytoplasm, PMA(+); Column J: Expression ratio of cytoplasm, PMA (+) to cytoplasm, PMA(-); Column K: Expression ratio of polysome, PMA (+) to polysome, PMA(-); Column L: Different expression between polysome, PMA (-) and cytoplasm, PMA(-): different=1; Column M: Different expression between polysome, PMA (+) and cytoplasm, PMA(+): different=1; Column N: Different expression between cytoplasm, PMA (+) and cytoplasm, PMA(-): different=1; Column O: Different expression between polysome, PMA (+) and polysome, PMA(-): different=1; ; Table 2: Candidates post-transcriptionally regulated by PMA. We extracted 105 transcripts whose expression levels were altered only in either fraction accompanied by changes in polysome/cytoplasm expression ratio. Column A: Gene symbol (“I_xxxxxx” is corresponding to EST clones); Column B: Genbank accession no. Column C: Description; Column D: Average value of expression levels in total cytoplasmic fraction in the absence of PMA; Column E Average value of expression levels in total cytoplasmic fraction in the presence of PMA; Column F: Average value of expression levels in polysomal fraction in the absence of PMA; Column G: Average value of expression levels in polysomal fraction in the presence of PMA; Column H: Expression ratio of polysome, PMA (-) to cytoplasm, PMA(-); Column I: Expression ratio of polysome, PMA (+) to cytoplasm, PMA(+); Column J: Expression ratio of cytoplasm, PMA (+) to cytoplasm, PMA(-); Column K: Expression ratio of polysome, PMA (+) to polysome, PMA(-)

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Hiroshi Kitamura  

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-1783 | ArrayExpress | 2008-06-11

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE1783PRJNA90579

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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Post-transcriptional effects of phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate on transcriptome of U937 cells.

Kitamura Hiroshi H   Nakagawa Tomoko T   Takayama Michiyo M   Kimura Yayoi Y   Hijikata Atsushi A   Ohara Osamu O  

FEBS letters 20041201 1-2


To identify post-transcriptionally modulated genes at the translational level by phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate (PMA), we investigated mRNA profiles in the polysomal and the cytoplasmic fractions of U937 cells before and after PMA stimulation using microarrays with 15017 oligonucleotide probes. Global comparison of the profiles showed that the cytoplasmic distribution of mRNAs was considerably modulated upon PMA stimulation. The results also indicate that PMA post-transcriptionally regulated at  ...[more]

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