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Lin28b promotes fetal B lymphopoiesis through the transcription factor Arid3a [Lin28b & Let7 transduction]

ABSTRACT: Mouse B cell precursors from fetal liver and adult bone marrow generate distinctive B cell progeny when transplanted into immunodeficient recipients, supporting a two-pathway model for B lymphopoiesis, fetal “B-1” and adult “B-2”. Recently Lin28b was shown to be important for the switch between fetal and adult pathways; however, neither the mechanism of Lin28b action nor the importance of BCR signaling in this process was addressed. Here we report important advances in our understanding of the regulation of B 1/B-2 development. First, modulation of Let-7 in fetal Pro-B cells is sufficient to alter fetal B-1 development to produce B cells resembling the progeny of adult B-2 development. Second, intact BCR signaling is required for generation of B1a B cells from Lin28b-transduced bone marrow progenitors, supporting a requirement for ligand-dependent selection, as is the case for normal B1a B cells. Third, the VH repertore of Lin28b-induced bone marrow B1a B cells differs from that of normal B1a. Finally we identify the Arid3a transcription factor as a key target of Let-7, whose ectopic expression is sufficient to induce B-1 development in adult Pro-B cells and whose knockdown blocks B-1 development in fetal Pro-B cells. 2 individual sorts of bone marrow Pro-B cells 4 days after Lin28b retroviral transduction (and 2 sorts of empty vector control) and 2 individual sorts of fetal liver Pro-B cells 4 days after Let-7b retroviral transduction (and 2 sorts of empty vector controls).

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Yue-Sheng Li   Kyoko Hayakawa  Susan A Shinton  Richard R Hardy  Lingjuan Tang  Richard R. Hardy  Yan Zhou  Srinivasa Bandi 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-65534 | ArrayExpress | 2015-03-01



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