Analysis of telomerase target gene expression effects from murine models in patient cohorts by homology translation and random survival forest modeling

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Abstract

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is an aggressive and rapidly fatal blood cancer that affects patients of any age group. Despite an initial response to standard chemotherapy, most patients relapse and this relapse is mediated by leukemia stem cell (LSC) populations. We identified a functional requirement for telomerase in sustaining LSC populations in murine models of AML and validated this requirement using an inhibitor of telomerase in human AML. Here, we describe in detail the contents, quality control and methods of the gene expression analysis used in the published study (Gene Expression Omnibus GSE63242). Additionally, we provide annotated gene lists of telomerase regulated genes in AML and R code snippets to access and analyze the data used in the original manuscript.

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Bagger, F. O., Bruedigam, C., & Lane, S. W. (2016). Analysis of telomerase target gene expression effects from murine models in patient cohorts by homology translation and random survival forest modeling. Genomics Data, 7, 275–280. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gdata.2016.01.014

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