scRNA-seq of LN and lymphoma stroma
The activities of non-haematopoietic cells (NHCs), including mesenchymal stromal cells and endothelial cells, in lymphomas, reportedly underlie lymphomagenesis. However, understanding of lymphoma NHCs has been hampered by unexplained NHC heterogeneity, even in normal human lymph nodes (LNs). Here, we constructed a single-cell transcriptome atlas of >100,000 NHCs collected from 27 human samples, including LNs and various nodal lymphomas, revealing 30 distinct subclusters, including some that were previously unrecognized. Notably, this atlas was highly useful for comparative analysis with lymphoma NHCs, which revealed an unanticipated landscape of subcluster-specific changes in gene expression and interaction with malignant cells in follicular lymphoma NHCs, facilitating our understanding of stromal remodelling in lymphoma and potentially suggesting novel biomarkers. Our study largely updates NHC taxonomy in human LNs and pertains to analysis of disease status, providing a rich resource and deeper insights into LN and lymphoma biology and offering to advance lymphoma management and therapy.
- Type: Other
- Archiver: EGA European Genome-Phenome Archive
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|EGAD00001008311||HiSeq X Ten||57|
A single-cell atlas of non-haematopoietic cells in human lymph nodes and lymphoma reveals a landscape of stromal remodelling.
Nat Cell Biol 24: 2022 565-578