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neo_2020_190320N249

Title: Integrated analysis of different mRNA and miRNA profiles in human hypopharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma sensitive and resistant to chemotherapy
Author: F. KONG, S. HE, X. SHEN, L. LI, J. FANG, M. LIAN

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to identify potential miRNAs and mRNAs involved in chemotherapy insensitivity in hypopharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (HSCC) and to explore the underlying mechanisms involved to provide diagnostic markers and therapeutic targets for HSCC. We used microarrays to identify differences in both the mRNA and miRNA expression profiles between a group (twelve patients) sensitive to chemotherapy and a resistant group (nine patients). We then employed bioinformatics tools to examine the functions and pathways involved. The genes and miRNAs most related to chemotherapy sensitivity in HSCC were screened. Finally, a miRNA-mRNA-phenotype network was constructed with an integrated analysis based on the identified miRNAs and mRNAs. Nine differentially expressed miRNAs and one hundred differentially expressed mRNAs were identified, and the functions of these genes and miRNAs were predicted. Bioinformatics analysis revealed a regulatory network consisting of eight genes and two miRNAs that influenced HSCC chemosensitivity. According to our analysis, CCL4L1 may be a potential molecular marker for HSCC chemotherapy, and excess CCL4L1 leads to the upregulation of PRAME and the downregulation of miR-375, thus decreasing HSPB8 expression and promoting chemotherapy sensitivity. Our work provides reliable data for further studies investigating the mechanism of HSCC chemotherapy sensitivity.

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Published online: 17-Feb-2020
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doi:10.4149/neo_2020_190320N249


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