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Identification of a set of miRNAs differentially expressed in transiently TIA-depleted HeLa cells by genome-wide profiling


ABSTRACT: Background: T-cell intracellular antigen (TIA) proteins function as regulators of cell homeostasis. These proteins control gene expression globally at multiple levels in response to dynamic regulatory changes and environmental stresses. Herein we identified a micro(mi)RNA signature associated to transiently TIA-depleted HeLa cells and analyzed the potential role of miRNAs combining genome-wide analysis data on mRNA and miRNA profiles. Results: Using high-throughput miRNA expression profiling, transient depletion of TIA-proteins in HeLa cells was observed to promote significant and reproducible changes (>2-fold, FDR<0.0001) affecting to a pool of up-regulated miRNAs (miR-30b*, miR125a-3p, miR-193a-5p, miR-197_MM2, miR-203, miR-210, miR-371-5p, miR-373*, miR-483-5p, miR-492, miR-498, miR-503, miR-572, miR-586, miR-612, miR-615, miR-623, miR-625, miR-629, miR-638, miR-658, miR-663, miR-671, miR-769-3p and miR-744). Differential expression analysis of some miRNAs was validated by reverse transcription and real time PCR. By target prediction and combined analysis of the genome-wide expression profiles of the mRNAs and miRNAs identified in TIA-depleted HeLa cells, we detected concomitant connections between up-regulated miRNAs and putative and experimental targeted mRNAs. Gene Ontology and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes database analyses suggest that targeted mRNAs are related with biological processes associated to the regulation of DNA-dependent transcription, signal transduction and multicellular organismal development as well as with the enrichment of pathways in cancer, focal adhesion, regulation of actin cytoskeleton and MAPK and Wnt signalling pathways, respectively. Conclusion: All this considered, these observations suggest that specific miRNAs could act as potential mediators of the epigenetic switch linking transcriptomic dynamics and cell phenotypes mediated by TIA proteins. The analysis includes two cell types. Three biological replicates were performed per cell type and they were compared by using three dual-channel microarray hybridizations.

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Isabel Carrascoso   Carmen Sánchez-Jiménez  Juan Barrero  José M Izquierdo  José María Izquierdo 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-41213 | ArrayExpress | 2013-02-06

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE41213PRJNA176188

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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