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#32193602   2020/03/19 To Up

Circular RNA expression profiling in the fetal side of placenta from maternal polycystic ovary syndrome and circ_0023942 inhibits the proliferation of human ovarian granulosa cell.

Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are widely expressed noncoding RNAs which play important roles in various processes. The present study aimed to explore the effect of maternal PCOS on the expression of circRNAs in fetus and assessed the potential role of circRNA in human ovarian granulosa cell proliferation.
Chengcheng Zhao, Yu Zhou, Xia Shen, Min Gong, Yingfei Lu, Chao Fang, Jianquan Chen, Rong Ju

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#32156529   2020/03/07 To Up

Bisphenol A affects ovarian development in adolescent mice caused by genes expression change.

Many human epidemiology and animal model studies have reported that bisphenol A (BPA) exerts adverse effects on reproduction through different regulatory mechanisms and signaling pathways in adults. In recent years, the exposure risk has increased for the general population, and little is known about how BPA affects ovarian development in adolescent animals and humans. In the present study, we aimed to investigate the effects of BPA exposure on ovarian development and the transcriptome in adolescent mice. Four-week-old ICR female mice were randomly divided into two groups and orally administered BPA (200 ng/kg/day) by gavage for 4 weeks. The BPA and estrogen (E2) levels in sera from the two groups were subsequently determined by using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs). An immunohistochemical study showed that several obvious ovarian structural and developmental abnormalities were observed in the treatment group with changes in the E2 receptor gene and protein expression levels. A total of 4266 differentially expressed genes (DEGs) were identified, and the possible functions of these DEGs were explored by bioinformatics analyses based on the RNA-Seq data. The two most significant expression profiles were identified by Short Time-series Expression Miner (STEM) software, and the genes in these two profiles were enriched in actin filament-based processes, behaviour and membrane potential regulation according to Gene Ontology (GO) enrichment analysis. Furthermore, Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) pathway analysis showed that these DEGs are particularly involved in the endocrine system, the calcium and cAMP signaling pathways.
Fengrui Wu, Jing Zhao, Enyu Zhang, Qingqing Wu, Xiaoqing Wu, Di Zhang, Yong Liu, Rong Wang, Wenyong Li

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#31990140   2020/01/28 To Up

Identification, expression and functional analysis of prmt7 in medaka Oryzias latipes.

Arginine methylation is an important posttranslational modification and catalyzed by a family of protein arginine methyltransferases (PRMTs). PRMT7 is the type III PRMT and produces solely monomethylarginine products. PRMT7 has been found to play important roles in multiple biological processes in mammals. However, the expression pattern and function of Prmt7 remain largely unknown in fish. In this study, we characterized the medaka prmt7 gene and determined its expression pattern and function during embryogenesis and germ cell development. The results showed that the chromosomal location and gene structure of medaka prmt7 were similar to its mammalian orthologs. Comparisons of deduced amino acid sequences indicated that medaka Prmt7 was a homolog of human PRMT7 with two methyltransferase domains. Reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and real time RT-PCR revealed that medaka prmt7 had maternal origin with continuous and dynamical expression during embryonic development. Whole-mount in situ hybridization analysis observed that the transcripts of prmt7 were ubiquitous at morula and gastrula stage, and were later riched in the brain and otic vesicles during embryogenesis. In the adult stage, prmt7 messenger RNA was detected in all examined tissues with the high levels in the ovary and testis. The expression of prmt7 in the gonads was restricted to oocytes of the ovary and spermatids/sperm of the testis. Functional analysis showed that knockdown of medaka prmt7 did not reduce the total number of primordial germ cells (PGCs) in vivo but significantly affected PGCs distribution during embryonic development. These results indicate that prmt7 may be involved in germ cell development in medaka.
Fangqing Li, Huihui Zhu, Mengying Hou, Xiaoyi Zhang, Zhenzhen Li, Haobin Zhao, Qingchun Zhou, Xueping Zhong

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#31702034   2019/09/26 To Up

Novel markers of human ovarian granulosa cell differentiation toward osteoblast lineage: A microarray approach.

Under physiological conditions, human ovarian granulosa cells (GCs), are responsible for a number of processes associated with folliculogenesis and oogenesis. The primary functions of GCs in the individual phases of follicle growth are: Hormone production in response to follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), induction of ovarian follicle atresia through specific molecular markers and production of nexus cellular connections for communication with the oocyte. In recent years, interest in obtaining stem cells from particular tissues, including the ovary, has increased. Special attention has been paid to the novel properties of GCs during long‑term in vitro culture. It has been demonstrated that the usually recycled material in the form of follicular fluid can be a source of cells with stem‑like properties. The study group consisted of patients enrolled in the in vitro fertilization procedure. Total RNA was isolated from GCs at 4 time points (after 1, 7, 15 and 30 days of culture) and was used for microarray expression analysis (Affymetrix® Human HgU 219 Array). The expression of 22,480 transcripts was examined. The selection of significantly altered genes was based on a P‑value <0.05 and expression higher than two‑fold. The leucine rich repeat containing 17, collagen type I α1 chain, bone morphogenetic protein 4, twist family bHLH transcription factor 1, insulin like growth factor binding protein 5, GLI family zinc finger 2 and collagen triple helix repeat containing genes exhibited the highest changes in expression. Reverse‑transcription‑quantitative PCR was performed to validate the results obtained in the analysis of expression microarrays. The direction of expression changes was validated in the majority of cases. The presented results indicated that GCs have the potential of cells that can differentiate towards osteoblasts in long‑term in vitro culture conditions. Increased expression of genes associated with the osteogenesis process suggests a potential for uninduced change of GC properties towards the osteoblast phenotype. The present study, therefore, suggests that GCs may become an excellent starting material in obtaining stable osteoblast cultures. GCs differentiated towards osteoblasts may be used in regenerative and reconstructive medicine in the future.
Maciej Brązert, Wiesława Kranc, Piotr Celichowski, Katarzyna Ożegowska, Joanna Budna-Tukan, Michal Jeseta, Leszek Pawelczyk, Małgorzata Bruska, Maciej Zabel, Michał Nowicki, Bartosz Kempisty

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#31659914   2019/10/26 To Up

Dazl determines primordial follicle formation through the translational regulation of Tex14.

Deleted in azoospermia-like (DAZL) is a germ cell RNA-binding protein that is essential for entry and progression through meiosis. The phenotype of the Dazl knockout mouse has extensive germ cell loss because of incomplete meiosis. We have created a Dazl hypomorph model using short interfering RNA knockdown in mouse fetal ovary cultures, allowing investigation of Dazl function in germ cell maturation. Dazl hypomorph ovaries had a phenotype of impaired germ cell nest breakdown with a 66% reduction in total follicle number and an increase in the proportion of primordial follicles (PMFs), with smaller oocytes within these follicles. There was no significant early germ cell loss or meiotic delay. Immunostaining of intercellular bridge component testis-expressed protein (Tex)14 showed ∼59% reduction in foci number and size, without any change in Tex14 mRNA levels. TEX14 expression was also confirmed in the human fetal ovary across gestation. Using 3'UTR-luciferase reporter assays, translational regulation of TEX14 was demonstrated to be DAZL-dependant. Dazl is therefore essential for normal intercellular bridges within germ cell nests and their timely breakdown, with a major impact on subsequent assembly of PMFs.-Rosario, R., Crichton, J. H., Stewart, H. L., Childs, A. J., Adams, I. R., Anderson, R. A. Dazl determines primordial follicle formation through the translational regulation of Tex14.
Roseanne Rosario, James H Crichton, Hazel L Stewart, Andrew J Childs, Ian R Adams, Richard A Anderson

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#31627744   2019/10/18 To Up

Metastatic breast cancers have reduced immune cell recruitment but harbor increased macrophages relative to their matched primary tumors.

The interplay between the immune system and tumor progression is well recognized. However, current human breast cancer immunophenotyping studies are mostly focused on primary tumors with metastatic breast cancer lesions remaining largely understudied. To address this gap, we examined exome-capture RNA sequencing data from 50 primary breast tumors (PBTs) and their patient-matched metastatic tumors (METs) in brain, ovary, bone and gastrointestinal tract. We used gene expression signatures as surrogates for tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) and compared TIL patterns in PBTs and METs. Enrichment analysis and deconvolution methods both revealed that METs had a significantly lower abundance of total immune cells, including CD8+ T cells, regulatory T cells and dendritic cells. An exception was M2-like macrophages, which were significantly higher in METs across the organ sites examined. Multiplex immunohistochemistry results were consistent with data from the in-silico analysis and showed increased macrophages in METs. We confirmed the finding of a significant reduction in immune cells in brain METs (BRMs) by pathologic assessment of TILs in a set of 49 patient-matched pairs of PBT/BRMs. These findings indicate that METs have an overall lower infiltration of immune cells relative to their matched PBTs, possibly due to immune escape. RNAseq analysis suggests that the relative levels of M2-like macrophages are increased in METs, and their potential role in promoting breast cancer metastasis warrants further study.
Li Zhu, Jessica L Narloch, Sayali Onkar, Marion Joy, Gloria Broadwater, Catherine Luedke, Allison Hall, Rim Kim, Katherine Pogue-Geile, Sarah Sammons, Naema Nayyar, Ugonma Chukwueke, Priscilla K Brastianos, Carey K Anders, Adam C Soloff, Dario A A Vignali, George C Tseng, Leisha A Emens, Peter C Lucas, Kimberly L Blackwell, Steffi Oesterreich, Adrian V Lee

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#31584984   2019/10/04 To Up

Proteomic changes of aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR)-silenced porcine granulosa cells exposed to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD).

2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) is a toxic man-made chemical compound contaminating the environment and affecting human/animal health and reproduction. Intracellular TCDD action usually involves the activation of aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR). The aim of the current study was to examine TCDD-induced changes in the proteome of AhR-silenced porcine granulosa cells. The AhR-silenced cells were treated with TCDD (100 nM) for 3, 12 or 24 h. Total protein was isolated, labeled with cyanines and next, the samples were separated by isoelectric focusing and SDS-PAGE. Proteins of interest were identified by MALDI-TOF/TOF mass spectrometry (MS) analysis and confirmed by western blotting and fluorescence immunocytochemistry. The AhR-targeted siRNA transfection reduced the granulosal expression level of AhR by 60-70%. In AhR-silenced porcine granulosa cells, TCDD influenced the abundance of only three proteins: annexin V, protein disulfide isomerase and ATP synthase subunit beta. The obtained results revealed the ability of TCDD to alter protein abundance in an AhR-independent manner. This study offers a new insight into the mechanism of TCDD action and provide directions for future functional studies focused on molecular effects exerted by TCDD.
Karina Orlowska, Sylwia Swigonska, Agnieszka Sadowska, Monika Ruszkowska, Anna Nynca, Tomasz Molcan, Agata Zmijewska, Renata E Ciereszko

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#31234873   2019/06/24 To Up

Effect of exogenous gonadotropin on the transcriptome of human granulosa cells and follicular fluid hormone profiles.

Superovulation treatment had some adverse effects on maturity and development of oocytes. Can superovulation dose of gonadotropins (Gns) affect the transcriptome of granulosa cells and follicular fluid (FF) hormone levels?
Cui-Ling Lu, Zhi-Qiang Yan, Xue-Ling Song, Yang-Ying Xu, Xiao-Ying Zheng, Rong Li, Ping Liu, Huai-Liang Feng, Jie Qiao

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