Transcription factor binding in liver tissue isolated from WT and GRdim mice
ABSTRACT: We report ChIP-seq and ChIP-exo data for GR in liver tissue isolated from WT and GRdim mice. Comparison of the mouse models reveals that GR interacts with the genome as both a monomer and dimer. Examination of GR, RNAPII and CEBPb binding in WT and GRdim mice on a genome-wide scale
Project description:Rhabdomyosarcoma is a pediatric tumor of skeletal muscle that expresses the myogenic basic helix-loop-helix protein MyoD but fails to undergo terminal differentiation. Prior work has determined that DNA binding by MyoD occurs in the tumor cells, but myogenic targets fail to activate. Using MyoD chromatin immunoprecipitation coupled to high-throughput sequencing and gene expression analysis in both primary human muscle cells and RD rhabdomyosarcoma cells, we demonstrate that MyoD binds in a similar genome-wide pattern in both tumor and normal cells but binds poorly at a subset of myogenic genes that fail to activate in the tumor cells. Binding differences are found both across genomic regions and locally at specific sites that are associated with binding motifs for RUNX1, MEF2C, JDP2, and NFIC. These factors are expressed at lower levels in RD cells than muscle cells and rescue myogenesis when expressed in RD cells. MEF2C is located in a genomic region that exhibits poor MyoD binding in RD cells, whereas JDP2 exhibits local DNA hypermethylation in its promoter in both RD cells and primary tumor samples. These results demonstrate that regional and local silencing of differentiation factors contributes to the differentiation defect in rhabdomyosarcomas. ChIP-Seq profiling of MyoD in human myotube, myoblast and rhabdomyosarcoma cells
Project description:Prdm16 is a transcription factor that drives a complete program of brown adipocyte differentiation, but the mechanism by which Prdm16 activates gene transcription remains unknown. Utilizing ChIP-seq teqhnique, we found that Prdm16 binds to chromatin at/near many brown fat-selective genes in BAT. Interestingly, Prdm16-deficiency dramatically reduced the binding of Med1 to Prdm16-target sites. Indeed, Prdm16 binds and recruits Med1 to BAT-enriched genes and the loss of Prdm16 caused a fundamental change in chromatin architecture at key BAT-selective genes and also reduced transcirptional activity. Moreover, Prdm16, through its interaction with Med1, defines and regulates the activity of super-enhancers that drive the expression of cell identity genes. Together, these data demonstrate that Prdm16 drives gene transcription by recruiting Med1 to control chromatin architecture and super-enhancers. Brown adipose tissues were collected from Prdm16 knockout and wiletype 9-month-old mice and ChIP-seq was performed for Prdm16, PolII, Med1, and H3K27ac.
Project description:Circadian and metabolic physiology are intricately intertwined, as illustrated by Rev-erb , a transcription factor (TF) that functions both as a core repressive component of the cell autonomous clock and as a regulator of metabolic genes. Here we show that Rev-erb modulates the clock and metabolism by different genomic mechanisms. Clock control requires Rev-erb to bind directly to the genome at its cognate sites, where it competes with activating ROR TFs. By contrast, Rev-erb regulates metabolic genes primarily by recruiting the HDAC3 corepressor to sites to which it is tethered by cell type-specific transcription factors. Thus, direct competition between Rev-erb and ROR TFs provides a universal mechanism for self-sustained control of molecular clock across all tissues, whereas Rev-erb utilizes lineage-determining factors to convey a tissue-specific epigenomic rhythm that regulates metabolism tailored to the specific need of that tissue. Biological replicates were uploaded in separated files and indicated in the file names.
Project description:The transcription factors Batf3 and IRF8 are required for development of CD8α+ conventional dendritic cells (cDCs), but the basis for their actions was unclear. Here, we identify two novel Zbtb46+ progenitors that separately generate CD8α+ and CD4+ cDCs and arise directly from the common DC progenitor (CDP). Irf8 expression in the CDP depends on prior PU.1-dependent autoactivation, and specification of pre-CD8 DC progenitors requires IRF8 but not Batf3. However, upon pre-CD8 DC specification, Irf8 autoactivation becomes Batf3-dependent at a CD8α+ cDC-specific enhancer containing multiple AP1-IRF composite elements (AICEs) within the Irf8 superenhancer. CDPs from Batf3-/- mice that specify toward pre-CD8 DCs fail to complete CD8α+ cDC development due to decay of Irf8 autoactivation, and divert to the CD4+ cDC lineage. Examination of histone modifications (H3K27ac and H3K4me1) and 2 transcription factors (Batf3 and Irf8) and the p300 co-factor binding in 3 different dendritic cell subsets
Project description:To determine whether insertion of a single amino acid had an effect on Glucocorticoid receptor (GR) occupancy, we performed ChIP-seq of GRalpha and GRgamma in the same U2OS osteosarcoma cell lines, upon glucocorticoid treatment. These assays are also part of submission E-MTAB-2955
Project description:To identify the sequences responsible for recruitment of Glucocorticoid receptor (GR) to individual loci, we performed ChIP-seq in four cell lines : A549 (ATTC:CCL-185), Nalm-6 (ATCC:CRL-1567), immortalized mouse embryonic fibroblasts (MEFs)(PMID 21131905), and immortalized PCAF-/-; GCN5flox/ MEFs (PMID 21131905) upon glucocorticoid treatment (1.5 hrs, 1M dexamethasone).
Project description:Mapping ultra high resolution of Brachyury:DNA interaction would provide us with valuable new mechanistic insights into complex molecular transactions at Brachyury-bound enhancers. Embryonic stem cells were differentiated into Brachyury-positive mesoendoderm cells. And, ChIP-exo experiment was then performed to identify detailed Brachyury-DNA binding profiles.
Project description:These ChIP-exo data were used to validate the predictions from our live-cell single-molecule imaging experiment The ChIP-exo mapping of ultra-fine localization of endogenous Sox2, halo-Sox2, and two halo-Sox2 mutants (halo-Sox2M and halo-Sox2D) in embryonic stem cells.
Project description:To identify the sequences responsible for recruitment of Glucocorticoid receptor (GR) to individual loci, we performed ChIP-seq and ChIP-exo that combines chromatin immunoprecipitation with an exonuclease digestion step. We performed these experiments in three cell lines : IMR90 (ATTC:CCL-186), U2OS osteosarcoma cell lines, K562 (ATCC:CCL243), upon glucocorticoid treatment. The U2OS assays are the same as those in E-MTAB-2731.