Transcriptomics Evidence for Common Pathways in Human Major Depressive Disorder and Glioblastoma
AbstractDepression as a common complication of brain tumors. Is there a possible common pathogenesis for depression and glioma? The most serious major depressive disorder (MDD) and glioblastoma (GBM) in both diseases are studied, to explore the common pathogenesis between the two diseases. In this article, we first rely on transcriptome data to obtain reliable and useful differentially expressed genes (DEGs) by differential expression analysis. Then, we used the transcriptomics of DEGs to find out and analyze the common pathway of MDD and GBM from three directions. Finally, we determine the important biological pathways that are common to MDD and GBM by statistical knowledge. Our findings provide the first direct transcriptomic evidence that common pathway in two diseases for the common pathogenesis of the human MDD and GBM. Our results provide a new reference methods and values for the study of the pathogenesis of depression and glioblastoma. View Full-Text
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Xie, Y.; Wang, L.; Xie, Z.; Zeng, C.; Shu, K. Transcriptomics Evidence for Common Pathways in Human Major Depressive Disorder and Glioblastoma. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2018, 19, 234.
Xie Y, Wang L, Xie Z, Zeng C, Shu K. Transcriptomics Evidence for Common Pathways in Human Major Depressive Disorder and Glioblastoma. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2018; 19(1):234.Chicago/Turabian Style
Xie, Yongfang; Wang, Ling; Xie, Zengyan; Zeng, Chuisheng; Shu, Kunxian. 2018. "Transcriptomics Evidence for Common Pathways in Human Major Depressive Disorder and Glioblastoma." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 19, no. 1: 234.
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