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Transcription profiling of mouse liver cells with a conditionally active liver clock to descriminate between rhythmic gene expression driven by cyclic systemic cues and local oscillators


ABSTRACT: The mammalian circadian timing system consists of a master pacemaker in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) that synchronizes self-sustained oscillators in most peripheral cells. Rhythmic gene expression in peripheral tissues can be driven by cyclic systemic cues emanating from the SCN or by local oscillators. To discriminate between these two mechanisms, we engineered a mouse strain with a conditionally active liver clock. Transcriptome profiling revealed that the circadian transcription of most genes depends on functional hepatocyte clocks. However, the expression of 31 genes, including mPer2, oscillates robustly in clock-arrested hepatocytes. Such genes may be implicated in the synchronization of liver oscillators

INSTRUMENT(S): 418 [Affymetrix]

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

SUBMITTER: Olivier Schaad   Joseph S. J Takahashi  Benoît B Kornmann  Ueli U Schibler  Hermann H Bujard 

PROVIDER: E-MEXP-842 | ArrayExpress | 2006-12-30

REPOSITORIES: ArrayExpress

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System-driven and oscillator-dependent circadian transcription in mice with a conditionally active liver clock.

Kornmann Benoît B   Schaad Olivier O   Bujard Hermann H   Takahashi Joseph S JS   Schibler Ueli U  

PLoS biology 20070201 2


The mammalian circadian timing system consists of a master pacemaker in neurons of the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) and clocks of a similar molecular makeup in most peripheral body cells. Peripheral oscillators are self-sustained and cell autonomous, but they have to be synchronized by the SCN to ensure phase coherence within the organism. In principle, the rhythmic expression of genes in peripheral organs could thus be driven not only by local oscillators, but also by circadian systemic signal  ...[more]

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