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Screening hub genes in coronary artery disease based on integrated analysis.

Screening hub genes in coronary artery disease based on integrated analysis.
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Long F, Wang L, Yang L, Ji Z, Hu Y,


Long F, Wang L, Yang L, Ji Z, Hu Y, (click to view)

Long F, Wang L, Yang L, Ji Z, Hu Y,

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Cardiology journal 2017 10 05() doi 10.5603/CJ.a2017.0106
Abstract
BACKGROUND
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the leading cause of mortality worldwide. Identifying key pathogenic genes benefits the understanding molecular mechanism of CAD.

METHODS
In this study, 5 microarray data sets from the blood sample of 312 CADs and 277 healthy controls were downloaded. Limma and metaMA packages were used to identify differentially expressed genes. The functional enrichment analysis of differentially expressed genes was further performed by Gene Ontology and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes. Additionally, protein-protein interaction and transcript factors-target networks were performed based on top 10 up- and down-regulated differentially expressed genes to further study the biological function. Last, RT-qPCR was used to validate the integrated analysis result.

RESULTS
A total of 528 differentially expressed genes were obtained. All differentially expressed genes were significantly involved in signal transduction and the MAPK signaling pathway. Among MAPK signaling pathway, IL1R2, ARRB2 and PRKX were associated with coronary artery disease. Furthermore, there were 4 common differentially expressed genes including PLAUR, HSPH1, ZMYND11 and S100A8 in the protein-protein interaction and transcript factors-target networks, which played crucial roles in the development of CAD. In quantitative RT-qPCR, the expression of PRKX, HSPH1 and ZMYND11 was down-regulated and consistent with the integrated analysis.

CONCLUSIONS
Identified 7 differentially expressed genes (IL1R2, ARRB2, PRKX, PLAUR, HSPH1, ZMYND11 and S100A8) may play crucial roles in the development of CAD.

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