This web app accompanies the paper Integration of a multi-omics stem cell differentiation dataset using a dynamical model. You can look at the protein turnover models for all 4580 genes individually.
Please note that this site still in active development.
Stem cell differentiation is a highly dynamic process involving pervasive changes in gene expression. The large majority of existing studies has characterized differentiation at the level of individual molecular profiles, such as the transcriptome or the proteome. To obtain a more comprehensive view, we measured protein, mRNA and microRNA abundance during retinoic acid-driven differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells. We found that mRNA and protein abundance are typically only weakly correlated across time. To understand this finding, we developed a hierarchical dynamical model that allowed us to integrate all data sets. This model was able to explain mRNA-protein discordance for most genes and identified instances of potential microRNA-mediated regulation. Overexpression or depletion of microRNAs identified by the model, followed by RNA sequencing and protein quantification, were used to follow up on the predictions of the model. Overall, our study shows how multi-omics integration by a dynamical model could be used to nominate candidate regulators.
PR van den berg et al. 2023
The full mass-spectrometry and RNA-sequencing dataset: Download from Google Drive
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