Supplementary Methods, Figures 1 - 6, Tables 1 - 5 from Identification of a Tumor-Suppressive Human-Specific MicroRNA within the FHIT Tumor-Suppressor Gene
PDF file - 858KB, Supplementary Methods, Supplementary References, Figure S1-6, Table S1-5. Figure S1. Identification of a new miR in FHIT intron. Figure S2. The SNP variant around the Pri-C2-miR region in FHIT did not affect the C2-miR expression. Figure S3. C2-miR and FHIT are under the same transcriptional control. Figure S4. C2-miR inhibiting human tumor cell growth was not through promoting apoptosis. Figure S5. C2-miR inhibits human tumor cell growth through targeting CCND1, ERBB2, DNMT3A or DNMT3B. Figure S6. Multiple members of the miR-548 family could target the same oncogenes. Table S1. The documented miR-548 family members. Table S2. Quantities of FHIT or C2-miR in total cell RNA (20 ng). Table S3. Expression comparison of pri-miRs or mature miRs in 293FT cells. Table S4. Primers used in this study. Table S5. NanoString probes for detecting 29 members of the miR-548 family.