The aim of this study was to identify underlying hub genes and dysregulated pathways associated with the development of HCC using bioinformatics analysis.
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In the present study, we identified differentially expressed protein-coding genes from RNA transcriptional profiling performed on 11 paired cancer tissues and adjacent non-cancerous tissues. Then, we conducted GO, KEGG, PPI network and centralities analyses to study and identify changes in pathways and hub genes. The aim of this study was to improve understanding of HCC carcinogenesis by providing information concerning the genetic changes that occur during disease progression and to uncover the expression of biomarkers with potential use for clinical diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of disease progression.
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Twenty samples were collected in pairs, i.e., HCC tissue and adjacent non-cancerous tissue. The collected tissue samples were stored in liquid nitrogen. First, 50 mg of tissue was lysed in TRIzol (Invitrogen) to extract RNA following the manufacturer’s instructions. Next, ribosomal RNA was depleted using a RiboZero Gold kit (Epicentre Bio-technologies). RNA integrity was assessed with an Agilent Bioanalyzer 2100. An RNA-Seq library was generated with the rRNA-depleted samples using an ... (Show More)
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