|Application:||miRNA array analysis|
|Number of samples:||4|
|Release date:||Apr 26 2016|
|Last update date:||Aug 24 2016|
|Dataset link||microRNA Expression profiles of parental Panc1 cell lines and Gemcitabine resistance Panc1 cell lines|
GEM-resistant cells were generated by exposure to gradually increasing concentrations of the reagent for 2 months. Parental Panc1cells (Panc1-Pt) were exposed to GEM at an initial concentration of 2 ng/ml. When the cells adapted, the GEM concentration was increased. The final GEM concentration was 30 ng/ml. Limiting the dilution of the established cells allowed the cloning of the GEM-resistant Panc1cells, and the three independent clones (Panc1-GRs: Panc1-GR1, -GR3, and –GR4) were used in the present experiments. Extracted total RNA was labeled with Hy5 using the miRCURY LNA Array miR labeling kit (Exiqon, Vedbaek, Denmark). Hybridized for 16 h at 37 C with rotary shake (250 rpm). Hybridization buffer and washing protocol was followed by the protocol supplied by TORAY Industries, Inc.. The raw data of each spot was normalized by substitution with a mean intensity of the background signal determined by all blank spots’signal intensities of 95% confidence intervals. Measurements of both duplicate spots with the signal intensities greater than 2 standard deviations (SD) of the background signal intensity were considered to be valid. A relative expression level of a given miRNA was calculated by comparing the signal intensities of the averaged valid spots with their mean value throughout the microarray experiments. 3D-Gene Scanner ((Toray Industries Inc., Tokyo, Japan) was used for scanning. Images were quantified using Extraction(Toray Industries Inc., Tokyo, Japan).