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MiRNAs in adipose tissue derived exosomes (Exo-AT) and adipose stem cells derived exosomes (Exo-ADSCs)


ABSTRACT: The emerging evidences support that exosome cargo miRNAs function as important regulators in cell differentiation. Therefore, in order to figure out the mechanism that Exo-AT mediated adipogenesis, we profiled miRNAs in Exo-AT using high-throughput sequencing (miRNA-seq). After trimming low-quality reads, contaminants, adaptors, and reads smaller than 15 nt, the remaining reads were mapped to merged pre-miRNA data bases. To identify the conserved miRNAs in Exo exosomes, miRNAs were aligned to miRBase v21. 148 and 154 types of known miRNAs in Exo-ADSCs and Exo-AT, respectively, were identified in the two replicates. Among these miRNAs, 103 miRNAs were simultaneously detected in both Exo-ADSCs and Exo-AT. Compared to Exo-ADSCs, 45 conserved miRNAs were enriched (expressed ≥ 2 folds, FDR<0.05) in Exo-AT. KEGG Pathway analysis was performed for the targets of the most 20 enriched miRNAs in Exo-AT (compared with Exo-ADSCs) to determine their potential function. Data showed that pathways that regulate adipogenesis such as Wnt signaling pathway, Insulin signaling pathway, MAPK signaling pathway, TGF-ß signaling pathway were enriched significantly for targets of Exo-AT miRNAs. Furthermore, 14 of 45 enriched miRNAs in Exo-AT (31.11%, such as miR-30a-5p, miR-148a-3p) were reported to participate in regulation of adipogenesis while 8 miRNAs (17.78%, such as miR-93-5p, miR-150-3p) that negatively control osteoblastic differentiation of MSC have been described. Overall design: Detection of miRNAs in Exo-AT and Exo-ADSCs

INSTRUMENT(S): Illumina HiSeq 2000 (Rattus norvegicus)

SUBMITTER: Yan Zhang  

PROVIDER: GSE92313 | GEO | 2018-12-01

REPOSITORIES: GEO

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