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Identification of molecule relationship between intravenous leiomyomatosis and uterus myoma

Up to now, there are two hypothesis about the pathogenesis of the relationship of intravenous leiomyomatosis and uterine myoma. One theory suggests that the IVL comes from the smooth muscle cell in the vessel wall.The other theory indicates that the IVL derives from the uterine myometrium. However, limited to the technology, few studies have been deeply explore the underlying relation. In this study, we employ the RNA sequencing to explore the molecule relationship between IVL and uterus myoma. In order to identify the molecule relationship between IVl and uterine myoma we conducted transcriptome sequencing and bioinformaitc analysis

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European Genome-Phenome Archivec/o European Bioinformatics InstituteWellcome Trust Genome CampusHinxtonCambridgeCB10 1SDUnited KingdomTo whom it may concern,This document refers to the data set, EGAS00001000372, which has been submitted to the European Genome Archive (EGA) for the restricted access by legitimate academic institutions that have agreed to comply with the terms of a Data Access Agreement drafted by PUMCH-ICT Hepatocellular Carcinoma Study Data Access Committee. There are a number of steps that a researcher must take to obtain access to this data and the process is overseen by our Data Access Committee, called PUMCH-ICT Hepatocellular Carcinoma Study Data Access Committee <biozy@ict.ac.cn>. Please be advised that Ruoyu Miao <miaoruoyu@ict.ac.cn> is authorized to upload data to the EGA for archiving and distribution as part of your submission process, which will enable approved researchers to have encrypted access to the data. We can confirm that this submission is consistent with the informed consent of the participants of the study or has been granted ethical approval and is in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.Sincerely,Yi Zhao M.D. M.SBioinformatics Research Group, Advanced Computing Research Laboratory, Key Laboratory of Intelligent Information Processing, Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Studies are experimental investigations of a particular phenomenon, e.g., case-control studies on a particular trait or cancer research projects reporting matching cancer normal genomes from patients.

Study ID Study Title Study Type
EGAS00001002504 Other
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EGAF00001664021 fq.gz 2.7 GB
EGAF00001664022 fq.gz 2.7 GB
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EGAF00001664042 fq.gz 3.1 GB
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