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SRX5126332: GSM3509277: LDN 7; Mus musculus; RNA-Seq
1 ILLUMINA (Illumina HiSeq 2000) run: 30M spots, 6G bases, 3.7Gb downloads

Submitted by: NCBI (GEO)
Study: Immature low-density neutrophils exhibit metabolic flexibility that facilitates breast cancer liver metastasis
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Neutrophils play a key role in the control of metastatic progression. Neutrophils are phenotypically heterogeneous and can exert either anti- or pro-metastatic functions. Here, we demonstrate that tumor cells capable of forming liver metastases induce an accumulation of neutrophils in the peripheral blood and liver parenchyma. Cancer cell-derived G-CSF, in concert with other factors, mobilizes immature low-density neutrophils that promote liver metastasis. In contrast, mature high-density neutrophils inhibit the formation of liver metastases. Transcriptomic and metabolomic analyses of high- and low- density neutrophils reveal engagement of numerous metabolic pathways specifically in low-density neutrophils. Low-density neutrophils exhibit enhanced global bioenergetic capacity, through their ability to engage mitochondrial-dependent ATP production, and remain capable of executing pro-metastatic neutrophil functions, including NETosis, under nutrient-deprived conditions. Together, these data reveal that distinct pro-metastatic neutrophil populations exhibit a high degree of metabolic flexibility, which facilitates metastatic progression and the formation of liver metastases. Overall design: 4 samples of Naïve neutrophils (bone marrow), 4 samples HDNs (from peripheral blood of liver metastasis bearing mice), 4 samples LDNs (from peripheral blood of liver metastasis bearing mice)
Sample: LDN 7
SAMN10581957 • SRS4139454 • All experiments • All runs
Organism: Mus musculus
Library:
Instrument: Illumina HiSeq 2000
Strategy: RNA-Seq
Source: TRANSCRIPTOMIC
Selection: cDNA
Layout: PAIRED
Construction protocol: TriZol + RNeasy mini Kit (Qiagen, #74106) KAPA Stranded RNA-Seq PolyA (KAPA Biosystems)
Experiment attributes:
GEO Accession: GSM3509277
Links:
Runs: 1 run, 30M spots, 6G bases, 3.7Gb
Run# of Spots# of BasesSizePublished
SRR831297229,989,8156G3.7Gb2019-06-27

ID:
6940319

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