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Transcriptional Reversion of Cardiac Myocyte Fate During Mammalian Cardiac Regeneration.


ABSTRACT: Rationale: Neonatal mice have the capacity to regenerate their hearts in response to injury, but this potential is lost after the first week of life. The transcriptional changes that underpin mammalian cardiac regeneration have not been fully characterized at the molecular level. Objective: The objectives of our study were to determine if myocytes revert the transcriptional phenotype to a less differentiated state during regeneration and to systematically interrogate the transcriptional data to identify and validate potential regulators of this process. Methods and Results: We derived a core transcriptional signature of injury-induced cardiac myocyte regeneration in mouse by comparing global transcriptional programs in a dynamic model of in vitro and in vivo cardiac myocyte differentiation, in vitro cardiac myocyte explant model, as well as a neonatal heart resection model. The regenerating mouse heart revealed a transcriptional reversion of cardiac myocyte differentiation processes including reactivation of latent developmental programs similar to those observed during de-stabilization of a mature cardiac myocyte phenotype in the explant model. We identified potential upstream regulators of the core network, including interleukin 13 (IL13), which induced cardiac myocyte cell cycle entry and STAT6/STAT3 signaling in vitro. We demonstrate that STAT3/periostin and STAT6 signaling are critical mediators of IL13 signaling in cardiac myocytes. These downstream signaling molecules are also modulated in the regenerating mouse heart. Conclusions: Our work reveals new insights into the transcriptional regulation of mammalian cardiac regeneration and provides the founding circuitry for identifying potential regulators for stimulating heart regeneration. Comparison of transcriptional programs of primary myocardial tissues sampled from neonatal mice and murine hearts undergoing post-injury regeneration, along with in vitro ESC-differentiated cardiomyocytes

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Laurie A Boyer  Joseph A Wamstad   Caitlin O'Meara   Richard T Lee    

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-64403 | ArrayExpress | 2014-12-20

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): SRP051406GSE64403PRJNA270897

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress, ENA

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Transcriptional reversion of cardiac myocyte fate during mammalian cardiac regeneration.

O'Meara Caitlin C CC   Wamstad Joseph A JA   Gladstone Rachel A RA   Fomovsky Gregory M GM   Butty Vincent L VL   Shrikumar Avanti A   Gannon Joseph B JB   Boyer Laurie A LA   Lee Richard T RT  

Circulation research 20141204 5


Neonatal mice have the capacity to regenerate their hearts in response to injury, but this potential is lost after the first week of life. The transcriptional changes that underpin mammalian cardiac regeneration have not been fully characterized at the molecular level.The objectives of our study were to determine whether myocytes revert the transcriptional phenotype to a less differentiated state during regeneration and to systematically interrogate the transcriptional data to identify and valid  ...[more]

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