A LINCS microenvironment perturbation resource for integrative assessment of ligand-mediated molecular and phenotypic responses
Sean M Gross,
Mark A Dane,
Rebecca L. Smith,
David F Kilburn,
Gordon B. Mills,
Marc R Birtwistle,
Peter K Sorger,
James E. Korkola,
Joe W. Gray,
Laura M Heiser
Posted 09 Aug 2021
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/2021.08.06.455429
Posted 09 Aug 2021
The phenotype of a cell and its underlying molecular state is strongly influenced by extracellular signals, including growth factors, hormones, and extracellular matrix. While these signals are normally tightly controlled, their dysregulation leads to phenotypic and molecular states associated with diverse diseases. To develop a detailed understanding of the linkage between molecular and phenotypic changes, we generated a comprehensive dataset that catalogs the transcriptional, proteomic, epigenomic and phenotypic responses of MCF10A mammary epithelial cells after exposure to the ligands EGF, HGF, OSM, IFNG, TGFB and BMP2. Systematic assessment of the molecular and cellular phenotypes induced by these ligands comprise the LINCS Microenvironment (ME) perturbation dataset, which has been curated and made publicly available for community-wide analysis and development of novel computational methods (synapse.org/LINCS_MCF10A). In illustrative analyses, we demonstrate how this dataset can be used to discover functionally related molecular features linked to specific cellular phenotypes.
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