Widespread DNA hypomethylation and differential gene expression in Turner syndrome
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Adults with 45,X monosomy (Turner syndrome) reflect a surviving minority since more than 99% of fetuses with 45,X monosomy die in utero. In adulthood 45,X monosomy is associated with increased morbidity and mortality, although strikingly heterogeneous with some individuals left untouched while others suffer from cardiovascular disease, autoimmune disease and infertility. The present study investigates the leukocyte DNAmethylation profile by using the 450K-Illumina Infinium assay and the leukocyte RNA-expression profile in 45,X monosomy compared with karyotypically normal female and male controls. We present results illustrating that genome wide X-chromosome RNA-expression profile, autosomal DNA-methylation profile, and the X-chromosome methylation profile clearly distinguish Turner syndrome from controls. Our results reveal genome wide hypomethylation with most differentially methylated positions showing a medium level of methylation. Contrary to previous studies, applying a single loci specific analysis at well-defined DNA loci, our results indicate that the hypomethylation extend to repetitive elements. We describe novel candidate genes that could be involved in comorbidity in TS and explain congenital urinary malformations (PRKX), premature ovarian failure (KDM6A), and aortic aneurysm formation (ZFYVE9 and TIMP1)
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|EGAD00001003428||RNAseq data from the study: "Widespread DNA hypomethylation and differential gene expression in Turner syndrome".||Illumina HiSeq 2000 NextSeq 500||37|
|EGAD00010001260||DNAm Case samples using Illumina Infinium 450K||Illumina 450K array||33|
|EGAD00010001261||DNAm Case samples using Illumina Infinium 450K||Illumina 450K array||33|
|EGAD00010001262||DNAm Case samples using Illumina Infinium 450K||Illumina 450K array||32|
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Widespread DNA hypomethylation and differential gene expression in Turner syndrome.
Sci Rep 6:2016 34220
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