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Genome-wide Analysis Reveals Conserved and Divergent Features of Notch1/RBPJ Binding in Human and Murine T Lymphoblastic Leukemia Cells


ABSTRACT: Notch1 regulates gene expression by associating with the DNA-binding factor RBPJ and is oncogenic in murine and human T cell progenitors. Using ChIP-Seq, we find that in human and murine T-LL genomes Notch1 binds preferentially to promoters, to RBPJ binding sites, and near imputed ZNF143, Ets and Runx sites. ChIP-Seq confirmed that ZNF143 binds to ~40% of Notch1 sites. Notch1/ZNF143 sites are characterized by high Notch1 and ZNF143 signals, frequent co-binding of RBPJ (generally through sites embedded within ZNF143 motifs), strong promoter bias, and relatively low mean levels of activating chromatin marks. RBPJ and ZNF143 binding to DNA is mutually exclusive in vitro, suggesting RBPJ/Notch1 and ZNF143 complexes exchange on these sites in cells. K-means clustering of Notch1 binding sites and associated motifs identified conserved Notch1-Runx, Notch1-Ets, Notch1-RBPJ, Notch1-ZNF143, and Notch1-ZNF143-Ets clusters with different genomic distributions and levels of chromatin marks. Although Notch1 binds mainly to gene promoters, ~75% of direct target genes lack promoter binding and are presumably regulated by enhancers, which were identified near MYC, DTX1, IGF1R, IL7R and the GIMAP cluster. Human and murine T-LL genomes also have many sites that bind only RBPJ. Murine RBPJ “only” sites are highly enriched for imputed REST sites, whereas human RPBJ “only” sites lack REST motifs and are more highly enriched for imputed CREB sites. Thus, there is a conserved network of cis-regulatory factors that interacts with Notch1 to regulate gene expression in T-LL cells, as well as novel classes of divergent RBPJ “only” sites that also likely regulate transcription. Notch1, RBPJ, histone methylation ChIP-seq in human and mouse T-LL cell lines

ORGANISM(S): Musculus  

SUBMITTER: Jon Aster   James Y Zou  James Zou  Hongfang Wang 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-29600 | ArrayExpress | 2011-07-06

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE29600SRP006968PRJNA141287

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress, ENA

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Genome-wide analysis reveals conserved and divergent features of Notch1/RBPJ binding in human and murine T-lymphoblastic leukemia cells.

Wang Hongfang H   Zou James J   Zhao Bo B   Johannsen Eric E   Ashworth Todd T   Wong Hoifung H   Pear Warren S WS   Schug Jonathan J   Blacklow Stephen C SC   Arnett Kelly L KL   Bernstein Bradley E BE   Kieff Elliott E   Aster Jon C JC  

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 20110707 36


Notch1 regulates gene expression by associating with the DNA-binding factor RBPJ and is oncogenic in murine and human T-cell progenitors. Using ChIP-Seq, we find that in human and murine T-lymphoblastic leukemia (TLL) genomes Notch1 binds preferentially to promoters, to RBPJ binding sites, and near imputed ZNF143, ETS, and RUNX sites. ChIP-Seq confirmed that ZNF143 binds to ∼40% of Notch1 sites. Notch1/ZNF143 sites are characterized by high Notch1 and ZNF143 signals, frequent cobinding of RBPJ (  ...[more]

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