Oct 21, 2019

Systematic identification of A-to-I editing associated regulators from multiple human cancers

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Tongjun GuXiwu Zhao

Abstract

A-to-I editing is the most common editing type in human that is catalyzed by ADAR family members (ADARs), ADAR1 and ADAR2. Millions of A-to-I editing sites have been discovered recently, however, the regulation mechanisms of the RNA editing process are still not clear. Here we developed a two-step logistic regression model to identify genes that are potentially involved in RNA editing process in four human cancers. The first step by classifying the editing sites into different categories assists the analysis at the second step. In the first step, ADAR1 was identified as the enzyme that associated with the majority of the A-to-I editing sites. Thus, ADAR1 was taken as a control gene in the second step to identify genes that have a stronger effect on editing sites than ADAR1. In addition, the detectable interferons and their receptors were used as covariates in the both steps to account for potential association caused by interferons. Using our advanced method, we successfully found a set of genes that were significantly positively or negatively associated (PA or NA) with specific sets of RNA editing sites. We highlighted two genes, SRSF5 and MIR22HG which were supported by multiple evidences. Most PA and NA genes were unique to ...Continue Reading

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SRSF5 gene
Biochemical Pathway
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Genes
Regulation of Biological Process
Affect (Mental Function)
MIR22HG gene
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Pulmonary Artery Structure
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