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Prenatal Bisphenol A Exposure in Mice Induces Multi-tissue Multi-omics Disruptions Linking to Cardiometabolic Disorders (RRBS)

ABSTRACT: The health impacts of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) remain debated and their tissue and molecular targets are poorly understood. Here, we leveraged systems biology approaches to assess the target tissues, molecular pathways, and gene regulatory networks associated with prenatal exposure to the model EDC Bisphenol A (BPA). Prenatal BPA exposure led to scores of transcriptomic and methylomic alterations in the adipose, hypothalamus, and liver tissues in mouse offspring, with cross-tissue perturbations in lipid metabolism as well as tissue-specific alterations in histone subunits, glucose metabolism and extracellular matrix. Network modeling prioritized main molecular targets of BPA, including Pparg, Hnf4a, Esr1, Srebf1, and Fasn. Lastly, integrative analyses identified the association of BPA molecular signatures with cardiometabolic phenotypes in mouse and human. Our multi-tissue, multi-omics investigation provides strong evidence that BPA perturbs diverse molecular networks in central and peripheral tissues, and offers insights into the molecular targets that link BPA to human cardiometabolic disorders. Overall design: We utilized next-generation sequencing technologies to characterize perturbations in both the transcriptome (RNA-seq) and the epigenome (RRBS) across three tissues (white adipose tissue, hypothalamus, liver) in mouse offspring who had experienced in utero exposure to BPA

INSTRUMENT(S): Illumina HiSeq 2500 (Mus musculus)


PROVIDER: GSE121604 | GEO | 2018-10-23


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GSE121604_RRBS.adipose.ctrl.vs.bpa.txt.gz Txt
GSE121604_RRBS.hypo.ctrl.vs.bpa.txt.gz Txt
GSE121604_RRBS.liver.ctrl.vs.bpa.txt.gz Txt
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