Transcriptomics

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DNA methylation levels of various brain regions from HIV+ and HIV- subjects


ABSTRACT: Genome wide DNA methylation profiles of various human brain regions (cerebellum, occipital lobe, etc). The Illumina Infinium 450k Human DNA methylation Beadchip v1.2 was used to obtain DNA methylation profiles across approximately 480,000 CpGs. The dataset includes 130 samples. Multiple brain regions were assessed per subject. The goal was to evaluate the effect of HIV infection on DNA methylation levels. Genome wide DNA methylation profiles of various brain regions from HIV positive and negative subjects. The Illumina Infinium 450k Human DNA methylation Beadchip v1.2 was used to obtain DNA methylation profiles across approximately 480,000 CpGs. Dataset included 130 samples: 99 samples from HIV+ subjects and 31 samples from HIV- subjects. The Illumina Infinium450 platform was applied to various brain regions from HIV+ and HIV- subjects. We evaluated 130 brain samples from 84 different subjects. Specifically, we considered cerebellum (20 HIV+ samples and 4 controls), frontal lobe (2 cases, 4 controls), hippocampus (4 controls), medial frontal cortex (18 cases), occipital cortex (59 cases, 13 controls), temporal cortex (4 controls). In total, there were 99 samples from HIV+ subjects and 31 samples from HIV- controls of similar ages. The subjects were recruited from the National Neurological AIDS Bank study or Multicenter AIDS Cohort study in Los Angeles. Informed consent and all study procedures were approved by the UCLA Medical IRB. DNAm data from HIV+ cases and HIV- controls were generated at the same time and randomized across plates and chips. HIV viral load information was available for blood (measured at the last blood draw) and for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Andrew J Levine   Steve Horvath 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-59457 | ArrayExpress | 2015-06-09

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE59457PRJNA255454

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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Publications

HIV-1 Infection Accelerates Age According to the Epigenetic Clock.

Horvath Steve S   Levine Andrew J AJ  

The Journal of infectious diseases 20150512 10


Infection with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV) is associated with clinical symptoms of accelerated aging, as evidenced by the increased incidence and diversity of age-related illnesses at relatively young ages and supporting findings of organ and cellular pathologic analyses. But it has been difficult to detect an accelerated aging effect at a molecular level.Here, we used an epigenetic biomarker of aging based on host DNA methylation levels to study accelerated aging effects due to HI  ...[more]

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