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Research Article

Circular RNA Profiling and Bioinformatic Modeling Identify Its Regulatory Role in Hepatic Steatosis

Figure 2

circRNA profiles differentiate the normal group from model group. (a) Principal component analysis (PCA) shows the difference between normal and model groups. (b) Scatter plots assess the variation of circRNA expression between two groups. The values plotted on and axes are the normalized signal values of each group (log2 scaled). Dots above the top green line and below the bottom green line represent differentially expressed circRNAs. (c, d) Unsupervised hierarchical clustering (c) and volcano plot (d) demonstrate the differential expression of circRNAs during hepatic steatosis. Both downregulated (green) and upregulated (red) circRNAs were visualized in the cluster. In similar, the red points in volcano plot represent the differentially expressed circRNAs with statistical significance. (e, f) Validation of the upregulated (e) and downregulated circRNAs (f) using QPCR. (g) The results of QPCR exhibit well consistence with those of microarray. Pairwise scatter plots reflect the fold changes (log2 transformed) of both microarray (horizontal axis) and the QPCR (vertical axis). The R stands for linear correlation coefficient. The presented results are expressed as means ± SD. .
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