Q Chen A / Y Wang (@5.5) vs M Kawamura / F Kozaki (@1.12)
10-09-2019

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M Kawamura / F Kozaki will win
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MiR-221 and miR-222, modulated by genistein and butyrate, are paralogues and are often investigated as a pair. They regulate the tumour suppressor protein p27kip1 which acts as a cell cycle inhibitor 57. Furthermore, their clinical relevance in prostate cancer has allowed the proposal of their use as a molecular marker for the characterisation of cancer progression 59. Importantly, they have oncogenic roles via the down-regulation of this protein, promoting the progression of cancer 58.

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Bioactives such as polyphenols and isoflavones found naturally in our food are increasingly being recognised as regulators of interest. We carried out a literature review wherein we assessed the impact of three dietary compounds, namely butyrate, genistein and quercetin, on miRNA expression followed by an in silico study utilising DIANA-miRPathv3 software. These compounds can regulate cancer pathways through microRNAs which are critical in modulating expression of various genes. Diet plays a major role in regulating cancer. The in silico analysis identified key pathways of interest such as bladder cancer which had significant interactions with the miRNAs modulated by the dietary compounds. Our literature search found that miR-34a, miR-200a-3p and miR-200b-3p were modulated by all three compounds while miR-221, miR-222, miR-29a, miR-3935 and miR-574-3p were modulated by both genistein and butyrate and let-7b, miR-194, miR-96-5p and miR-424 were modulated by butyrate and quercetin.

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These two miRs are a part of the miR-200 family and have been shown to modulate cancer invasion by regulating epithelial to mesenchymal transition (i.e. This results in uncontrolled proliferation of cells 49, 50 which is a hallmark of cancer. As miR-34a regulates key pathways in cancer, it is important to note that its non-specific regulation serves as a readily available target for cancer treatment. Therefore, there is merit in regulating the miR-34a - p53 relationship as p53 inactivation via gene expression changes, is one of the most frequent alterations seen in human cancers 49. p53 tumour suppressor protein has long been recognised as a critical regulator of genes related to cell-cycle arrest (significant pathway of interaction as seen in Tables 2 and 4), apoptosis, increased DNA repair and/or inhibition of angiogenesis 51, 52. MiR-574-3p is reportedly a tumour suppressor miR, and it has been inversely associated with post-operative tumour relapse in patients treated for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma 56. Furthermore, genistein treatment led to miR-34a re-expression in AsPC-1 prostate cancer cells which contributed a 30% inhibition of cell proliferation and increased apoptosis 32. Genistein, butyrate and quercetin also modulated the expression of miR-200a-3p and miR-200b-3p. MiR-34a also presents a unique opportunity and need for further investigation due to its non-specific regulation. metastasis) 55. Other bioactives such as curcumin 53, resveratrol 11 and polyunsaturated fatty acids 54 were also shown to modulate the expression of miR-34a. This study shows the applicability of using genistein treatment in miR-34a expression and demonstrating the direct effects its modulation has on cancer cell growth. Reduced expression of miR-34a in cancer, results in abnormalities in the p53-apoptotic pathway.

Essentially the software allows the generation of miRNA supersets and analyses the additive effects of different miRNA in various molecular pathways. Thereafter we proceeded to input the lists of miRNA modulated for each bioactive into the DIANA-mirPath v3.0 software 14. Butyrate was subsequently replaced with the search term genistein or quercetin. The software also allows for two choices of pathway databases, namely the KEGG (Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes) pathway or GO (Gene Ontology) option. A literature search was undertaken by inputting the key search terms: butyrate, miRNA and cancer into Google Scholar. The KEGG option was used to include molecular interactions in a human disease and organismal level which the GO option lacks. We sourced miRNA with molecular pathway interactions from the diana-Tarbase v7.0, as this database-software combination produces experimentally supported interactions which may be relevant for the scientist in the lab. Our inclusion criteria for the literature search were as follows, firstly we only used peer-reviewed published articles that presented evidence of miRNA modulation in human cells, tissues or participants, and secondly, we only included articles written in English. The use of the DIANA software allowed for the demonstration of a viable tool for the support of future literature and laboratory studies.

Butyrate is derived from the fermentation of dietary fibre, and hence is usually generated in the colon rather than consumed as butyrate. Clearly diet (in the form of fibre containing foods) plays a role, and the microbiota present in the gut will also partially determine the amount of butyrate available. (2011) study participants varied with respect to butyrate faecal excretions of less than 0.5 to approximately 20 mmol butyrate per 48hrs 42. In a study carried out by McOrist et al.

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Importantly, when the DIANA software is compared to other software such as TargetScanHuman v7.1 66, the Tarbase based DIANA software helps overcome the high false positive rates seen in such softwares implementations which rely solely on in silico predictions by sourcing experimentally supported interactions. One of the main logistical advantages of the DIANA software is the ability to upload large lists of miRNA into the software to allow concurrent complex interactions to be calculated with algorithms, something which the TargetScanHuman fails to do. TargetScanHuman software in itself is a more difficult software to navigate with a smaller database of miRNAs. It predicts biological targets of miRNAs by searching for the presence of conserved (miRNA found in multiple species) sites that match the seed region of each miRNA 67 and predicts efficacy of targeting using cumulative weighted context++ scores of the sites 66 as opposed to using p values

While some regard FDR as overly conservative, it helps guard against making false claims. Secondly, the pathways union option was utilized so that heat maps could be generated as a graphical representation of the data. The settings for the in silico analyses were as follows: firstly, the p-value threshold was set at 0.05 so that only statistically significant miRNA interactions were presented. The false discovery rate (FDR) correction (advanced statistics option) was also utilized which adjusts for errors caused when multiple comparisons are made.

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Intake is reported to vary depending on region, gender and season and is reported as ranging from 4.37 mg/day to 454 mg/day 44, 46, 47. The estimated quercetin consumption varies depending on the food frequency questionnaire used 47. The quercetin content of fresh fruit and vegetables was found to vary from as little as 0.5mg/100g (fresh weight) in broccoli to as high as 41.9mg/100g in onions 46. The half-life of quercetin is reported as varying from 11 to 28hrs, and is influenced by co-administration with other dietary compounds such as fat, fibre and other flavonoids 44.