Data_Sheet_1_m5C-Related lncRNAs Predict Overall Survival of Patients and Regulate the Tumor Immune Microenvironment in Lung Adenocarcinoma.docx (1.71 MB)
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posted on 29.06.2021, 05:20 by Junfan Pan, Zhidong Huang, Yiquan Xu

Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs), which are involved in the regulation of RNA methylation, can be used to evaluate tumor prognosis. lncRNAs are closely related to the prognosis of patients with lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD); thus, it is crucial to identify RNA methylation-associated lncRNAs with definitive prognostic value. We used Pearson correlation analysis to construct a 5-Methylcytosine (m5C)-related lncRNAs–mRNAs coexpression network. Univariate and multivariate Cox proportional risk analyses were then used to determine a risk model for m5C-associated lncRNAs with prognostic value. The risk model was verified using Kaplan–Meier analysis, univariate and multivariate Cox regression analysis, and receiver operating characteristic curve analysis. We used principal component analysis and gene set enrichment analysis functional annotation to analyze the risk model. We also verified the expression level of m5C-related lncRNAs in vitro. The association between the risk model and tumor-infiltrating immune cells was assessed using the CIBERSORT tool and the TIMER database. Based on these analyses, a total of 14 m5C-related lncRNAs with prognostic value were selected to build the risk model. Patients were divided into high- and low-risk groups according to the median risk score. The prognosis of the high-risk group was worse than that of the low-risk group, suggesting the good sensitivity and specificity of the constructed risk model. In addition, 5 types of immune cells were significantly different in the high-and low-risk groups, and 6 types of immune cells were negatively correlated with the risk score. These results suggested that the risk model based on 14 m5C-related lncRNAs with prognostic value might be a promising prognostic tool for LUAD and might facilitate the management of patients with LUAD.

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