Mitochondrial DNA sequencing of iPSC, parental cells, and iPSC derived cardiomyocytes

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001005560 Other

Study Description

The aim of this work was to analyze to which extent mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) variants in human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) originate from their parental cells or from de novo mutagenesis, and whether dynamics in variant heteroplasmy levels during prolonged expansion culture of iPSC are caused by inter- or intra-cellular selection or genetic drift. Hence, mtDNA of 26 early passage iPSC clones from, in total, 10 donors and the corresponding parental cell populations (here endothelial cells) were sequenced. Furthermore, 7 iPSC clones were expanded up to passage 50 and the change in variant heteroplasmy levels was monitored. Lastly, the effect of differentiation on the variant heteroplasmy levels was investigated during directed cardiomyocyte differentiation of 4 iPSC clones.

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Dataset contains whole mitochondrial DNA sequencing data in fastq format (Illumina MiSeq paired-end) of 62 samples, in total. Those samples include sequencing data of the endothelial cell populations of 10 different donors and of 26 early-passage iPSC clones derived thereof. Moreover, the dataset contains the data of 7 of those iPSC clones sequenced additionally in passage 30 and 50, each. Lastly, 4 iPSC clones were sequenced during directed cardiomyocyte differentiation, each at day 0, 5, and ... (Show More)
Illumina MiSeq 62

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