|Public on Oct 17, 2013
|Dynamic analysis of gene expression and genome wide transcription factor binding during lineage-specification of multipotent progenitors [ER]
|Expression profiling by array
|FDCPmix cells were infected with Gata1 and Pu1 ER fusion proteins and microarrayed after induction to reveal genes regulated by each factor as part of a study investigating the differentiation of a multipotential cell-line to erthroid and myeloid fates.
We used the paradigmatic 'GATA-PU.1 axis’ to explore, at systems-level, dynamic relationships between transcription factor (TF) binding and global gene expression programs as multipotent cells differentiate. We combined global ChIPSeq of GATA1, GATA2 and PU.1 with expression profiling during differentiation to erythroid and neutrophil lineages. Our analysis reveals (i) differential complexity of sequence motifs bound by GATA1, GATA2 and PU.1; (ii) the scope and interplay of the GATA1 and GATA2 programs within, and during transitions between, different cell compartments, and the extent of their hard-wiring by DNA motifs; (iii) the potential to predict gene expression trajectories based on global associations between TF-binding data and target gene expression and (iv) how dynamic modeling of DNA-binding and gene expression data can be used to infer regulatory logic of TF circuitry. This 'rubric' exemplifies the utility of this cross-platform resource for deconvoluting the complexity of transcriptional programs controlling stem/progenitor cell fate in hematopoiesis.
|FDCPmix cells were inected with lentivirus containing either Gata1 or Pu1 ER fusion protein, or a empty vector. Cells were sort on GFP and tamoxifen added after a period of growth. Expression arrays were performed at the beginning, and 24hr after induction of the ER fusion construct.
|Enver T, Soneji S
|Aug 19, 2013
|Last update date
|Jan 12, 2017
|Agilent-014868 Whole Mouse Genome Microarray 4x44K G4122F (Probe Name version)
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|Dynamic analysis of gene expression and genome wide transcription factor binding during lineage-specification of multipotent progenitors