|Public on Mar 22, 2016
|human intestinal fibroblasts (HIFs)
|group: Crohn's disease-associated fibrosis
cell type: intestinal fibroblast
|Human intestinal fibroblasts (HIFs) were cultured and their purity confirmed by established methods.
|RNA was extracted using the Qiagen RNEasy mini kit.
A sequencing library for each sample (1ug RNA) was prepared using the Illumina TruSeq RNA Sample Prep Kit v2 (polyA selection).
|Illumina HiSeq 2500
|processed data file: RnaSeqCounts.txt
|For MiGS data, all reads with MAPQ < 10 were filtered. Remaining reads were aligned to hg19 with bowtie2 (options: -N 1 -L 20 -phred33). Average coverage in non-overlapping 50 bp bins were counted genome-wide, and served as input for a differentially methylated region (DMR) detection pipeline in R.
For RNA-seq data, reads were aligned to hg19 using GSNAP. Read counts for RefSeq genes were computed using HTSeq-count.
Supplementary_files_format_and_content: For MiGS data, rounded average coverage values within 50 bp non-overlapping windows have been provided for each sample as text files. The first column is the chromosome (hg19) followed by start and end coordinates in the second and third columns. The fourth column provides the average coverage within the window, rounded to the nearest integer. Bins with values of zero have been omitted. These were generated in the process of differentially methylated region (DMR) discovery using iDPT (http://idpt.github.io/dptscan/).
Supplementary_files_format_and_content: For RNA-seq data, reads were counted for RefSeq transcription units using HTSeq-count. The tab-delimited text file contains one row for each gene and one column containing the DESeq normalized read counts for each sample.
|Mar 25, 2015
|Last update date
|May 15, 2019
|Angela H Ting
|The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
|Epigenetics and Molecular Carcinogenesis
|1881 East Road
|Integration of genome-wide DNA methylome and transcriptome of human intestinal fibroblasts reveals novel candidate gene signatures in Crohn’s disease-associated fibrosis