Chromosome-wise Protein Interaction Patterns and Their Impact on Functional Implications of Large-Scale Genomic Aberrations

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Chromosome-wise Protein Interaction Patterns and Their Impact on Functional Implications of Large-Scale Genomic Aberrations. / Kirk, Isa Kristina; Weinhold, Nils; Belling, Kirstine; Skakkebæk, Niels Erik; Jensen, Thomas Skøt; Leffers, Henrik; Juul, Anders; Brunak, Søren.

In: Cell Systems, Vol. 4, No. 3, 357-364.e3, 22.03.2017.

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Kirk, IK, Weinhold, N, Belling, K, Skakkebæk, NE, Jensen, TS, Leffers, H, Juul, A & Brunak, S 2017, 'Chromosome-wise Protein Interaction Patterns and Their Impact on Functional Implications of Large-Scale Genomic Aberrations', Cell Systems, vol. 4, no. 3, 357-364.e3. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cels.2017.01.001

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Kirk, I. K., Weinhold, N., Belling, K., Skakkebæk, N. E., Jensen, T. S., Leffers, H., ... Brunak, S. (2017). Chromosome-wise Protein Interaction Patterns and Their Impact on Functional Implications of Large-Scale Genomic Aberrations. Cell Systems, 4(3), [357-364.e3]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cels.2017.01.001

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Kirk IK, Weinhold N, Belling K, Skakkebæk NE, Jensen TS, Leffers H et al. Chromosome-wise Protein Interaction Patterns and Their Impact on Functional Implications of Large-Scale Genomic Aberrations. Cell Systems. 2017 Mar 22;4(3). 357-364.e3. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cels.2017.01.001

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Kirk, Isa Kristina ; Weinhold, Nils ; Belling, Kirstine ; Skakkebæk, Niels Erik ; Jensen, Thomas Skøt ; Leffers, Henrik ; Juul, Anders ; Brunak, Søren. / Chromosome-wise Protein Interaction Patterns and Their Impact on Functional Implications of Large-Scale Genomic Aberrations. In: Cell Systems. 2017 ; Vol. 4, No. 3.

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abstract = "Gene copy-number changes influence phenotypes through gene-dosage alteration and subsequent changes of protein complex stoichiometry. Human trisomies where gene copy numbers are increased uniformly over entire chromosomes provide generic cases for studying these relationships. In most trisomies, gene and protein level alterations have fatal consequences. We used genome-wide protein-protein interaction data to identify chromosome-specific patterns of protein interactions. We found that some chromosomes encode proteins that interact infrequently with each other, chromosome 21 in particular. We combined the protein interaction data with transcriptome data from human brain tissue to investigate how this pattern of global interactions may affect cellular function. We identified highly connected proteins that also had coordinated gene expression. These proteins were associated with important neurological functions affecting the characteristic phenotypes for Down syndrome and have previously been validated in mouse knockout experiments. Our approach is general and applicable to other gene-dosage changes, such as arm-level amplifications in cancer.",
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AU - Jensen, Thomas Skøt

AU - Leffers, Henrik

AU - Juul, Anders

AU - Brunak, Søren

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N2 - Gene copy-number changes influence phenotypes through gene-dosage alteration and subsequent changes of protein complex stoichiometry. Human trisomies where gene copy numbers are increased uniformly over entire chromosomes provide generic cases for studying these relationships. In most trisomies, gene and protein level alterations have fatal consequences. We used genome-wide protein-protein interaction data to identify chromosome-specific patterns of protein interactions. We found that some chromosomes encode proteins that interact infrequently with each other, chromosome 21 in particular. We combined the protein interaction data with transcriptome data from human brain tissue to investigate how this pattern of global interactions may affect cellular function. We identified highly connected proteins that also had coordinated gene expression. These proteins were associated with important neurological functions affecting the characteristic phenotypes for Down syndrome and have previously been validated in mouse knockout experiments. Our approach is general and applicable to other gene-dosage changes, such as arm-level amplifications in cancer.

AB - Gene copy-number changes influence phenotypes through gene-dosage alteration and subsequent changes of protein complex stoichiometry. Human trisomies where gene copy numbers are increased uniformly over entire chromosomes provide generic cases for studying these relationships. In most trisomies, gene and protein level alterations have fatal consequences. We used genome-wide protein-protein interaction data to identify chromosome-specific patterns of protein interactions. We found that some chromosomes encode proteins that interact infrequently with each other, chromosome 21 in particular. We combined the protein interaction data with transcriptome data from human brain tissue to investigate how this pattern of global interactions may affect cellular function. We identified highly connected proteins that also had coordinated gene expression. These proteins were associated with important neurological functions affecting the characteristic phenotypes for Down syndrome and have previously been validated in mouse knockout experiments. Our approach is general and applicable to other gene-dosage changes, such as arm-level amplifications in cancer.

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