Identification of key gene modules and pathways of human platelet transcriptome

Identification of key gene modules and pathways of human platelet transcriptome in acute myocardial infarction sufferers by way of co-expression community
Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) severely threatens human life. On this examine we aimed to systemically analyze the perform of key gene modules in human platelets in AMI. We used weighted gene co-expression community evaluation (WGCNA) to assemble a co-expression module, and analyzed the connection between potential modules and medical traits based mostly on platelet RNA-seq RPKM rely reads of 16 ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) sufferers and 16 non-STEMI (NSTEMI) sufferers offered by the GEO database.
Gene Ontology (GO) and Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) evaluation had been carried out with the DAVID tool. Hub genes had been calculated by the Cytohubba bundle. A complete of 3653 genes was chosen to assemble the co-expression modules.
A major correlation between BMI and the module with shade of sky-blue in STEMI. In NSTEMI, there was a major correlation between the sky blue module and CAD, the Salmon module and HT, and the Cyan module and HT. In STEMI, the Hub genes had been primarily enriched in capabilities associated to cell membrane sign transduction together with Aqp1, Armcx1, Gsta4, Hist3h2a and Il17re.
In NSTEMI, the Hub genes are associated primarily to vitality metabolism within the sky-blue module together with Olr1, Nap1l3, Gfer, Dohh, Crispld1 and Ccdc8b; they’re primarily associated to extracellular house and calcium binding within the Cyan module, together with Clec12b, Chd4, Asgr1, Armcx4, Chid1 and Alkbh7.
The hub genes within the Salmon module embody Ell3, Aldh1b1, Cavin4, Cabp4, Eif1ay and Dus3l. Our outcomes present a framework for co-expression gene modules in STEMI and NSTEMI sufferers, and determine key targets as biomarkers for sufferers with completely different subtypes of AMI.
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ExTraMapper: Exon- and Transcript-level mappings for orthologous gene pairs

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