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A mass spectrometry survey of chromatin-associated proteins in pluripotency and early lineage commitment


ABSTRACT: Pluripotent Embryonic Stem Cells (ESCs) can be captured in vitro in different states, ranging from unrestricted ‘naïve’ to more developmentally constrained ‘primed’ pluripotency. Complexes involved in epigenetic regulation and key transcription factors have been shown to be involved in specifying these distinct states. In this study, we use proteomic profiling of the chromatin landscape in naive pluripotent ESCs, Epistem cells (EpiSCs) and early differentiated ESCs to survey the chromatin in naïve and primed pluripotency and during differentiation. We provide a comprehensive overview of epigenetic complexes situated on the chromatin and identify proteins associated with the maintenance and loss of pluripotency. The findings presented here indicate major compositional alterations of epigenetic complexes starting from ESC priming onwards. Our results contribute to the understanding of ESC differentiation and provide a framework for future studies of lineage commitment of ESCs.

INSTRUMENT(S): Q Exactive

ORGANISM(S): Mus musculus  

TISSUE(S): Cell Culture

DISEASE(S): Not Available

SUBMITTER: Guido van Mierlo  

LAB HEAD: Hendrik Marks

PROVIDER: PXD011782 | Pride | 2019-07-04

REPOSITORIES: Pride

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A Mass Spectrometry Survey of Chromatin-Associated Proteins in Pluripotency and Early Lineage Commitment.

van Mierlo Guido G   Wester Roelof Alexander RA   Marks Hendrik H  

Proteomics 20190703 14


Pluripotency can be captured in vitro in the form of Embryonic Stem Cells (ESCs). These ESCs can be either maintained in the unrestricted "naïve" state of pluripotency, adapted to developmentally more constrained "primed" pluripotency or differentiated towards each of the three germ layers. Epigenetic protein complexes and transcription factors have been shown to specify and instruct transitions from ESCs to distinct cell states. In this study, proteomic profiling of the chromatin landscape by c  ...[more]

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