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Series GSE45731 Query DataSets for GSE45731
Status Public on May 01, 2013
Title Integrative genomic analysis of CREB defines a critical role for transcription factor networks in mediating the fed/fasted switch in liver [array]
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Metabolic homeostasis in mammals critically depends on the regulation of fasting-induced genes by CREB in the liver. Previous genome-wide analysis has shown that only a small percentage of CREB target genes are induced in response to fasting-associated signaling pathways. The precise molecular mechanisms by which CREB specifically targets these genes in response to alternating hormonal cues remain to be elucidated. We performed chromatin immunoprecipitation coupled to high-throughput sequencing of CREB in livers from both fasted and re-fed mice. In order to quantitatively compare the extent of CREB-DNA interactions genome-wide between these two physiological conditions we developed a novel, robust analysis method, termed the ‘single sample independence’ (SSI) test that greatly reduced the number of false positive peaks. We found that CREB remains constitutively bound to its target genes in the liver regardless of the metabolic state. Integration of the CREB cistrome with expression microarrays of fasted and re-fed mouse livers and ChIP-seq data for additional transcription factors revealed that the gene expression switches between the fasted and fed states are associated with co-localization of additional transcription factors at CREB sites. Our results support a model in which CREB is constitutively bound to thousands of potential target genes and combinatorial interactions between DNA-binding factors are necessary to achieve the specific transcriptional response of the liver to fasting. Furthermore, our genome-wide analysis identifies thousands of novel CREB target genes in liver, including a previously unknown role for CREB in regulating ER stress genes in response to nutrient influx.
Overall design Individual livers were collected from 24hr fasted and re-fed mice, with 4 biological replicates per condition. Extracted RNA was hybridized to Agilent two-color arrays, using randomly paired fasted/re-fed replicates.
Contributor(s) Everett LJ, Le Lay J, Lukovac S, Bernstein D, Steger DJ, Lazar MA, Kaestner KH
Citation(s) 23682854
Submission date Apr 03, 2013
Last update date Jan 19, 2018
Contact name Logan J Everett
Organization name U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Department Office of Research and Development
Lab Center for Computational Toxicology and Exposure
Street address 109 T.W. Alexander Dr
City RTP
State/province North Carolina
ZIP/Postal code 27711
Country USA
Platforms (1)
GPL10333 Agilent-026655 Whole Mouse Genome Microarray 4x44K v2 (Feature Number version)
Samples (4)
GSM1113294 Liver_Fasted_vs_Fed_rep1
GSM1113295 Liver_Fasted_vs_Fed_rep2
GSM1113296 Liver_Fasted_vs_Fed_rep3
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE45733 Integrative genomic analysis of CREB defines a critical role for transcription factor networks in mediating the fed/fasted switch in liver
BioProject PRJNA196145

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