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DNA methylation profiling of epidermal tissue after acute repetitive irradiation

ABSTRACT: DNA methylation data generated from epidermal samples (suction blister roofs) of healthy female subjects after repetitive irradiation on three consecutive days using a full spectrum solar simulator. DNA was extracted from suction blisters taken from irradiated and control sites on the lower backs of each subject 24 hours after the final irradiation. DNA was bisulfite converted and then profiled using Illumina Infinium MethylationEPIC BeadChip arrays.

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

DISEASE(S): Normal

SUBMITTER: Nicholas Holzscheck  

PROVIDER: E-MTAB-9249 | ArrayExpress | 2020-09-02


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Concomitant DNA methylation and transcriptome signatures define epidermal responses to acute solar UV radiation.

Holzscheck Nicholas N   Söhle Jörn J   Schläger Torsten T   Falckenhayn Cassandra C   Grönniger Elke E   Kolbe Ludger L   Wenck Horst H   Terstegen Lara L   Kaderali Lars L   Winnefeld Marc M   Gorges Katharina K  

Scientific reports 20200731 1

The simultaneous analysis of different regulatory levels of biological phenomena by means of multi-omics data integration has proven an invaluable tool in modern precision medicine, yet many processes ultimately paving the way towards disease manifestation remain elusive and have not been studied in this regard. Here we investigated the early molecular events following repetitive UV irradiation of in vivo healthy human skin in depth on transcriptomic and epigenetic level. Our results provide fir  ...[more]

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