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Submission Title:GSE47496: Selective Functions of Individual Zinc Fingers Within the DNA-Binding Domain of Ikaros
Submission Identifier:GEN-SRP023500
Submission Description:Summary: The C2H2 zinc finger is the most prevalent DNA-binding motif in the mammalian proteome, with DNA-binding domains usually containing more tandem fingers than are needed for stable sequence-specific DNA recognition. To examine the reason for the frequent presence of multiple zinc fingers, we generated mice lacking finger 1 or finger 4 of the 4-finger DNA-binding domain of Ikaros, a critical regulator of lymphopoiesis and leukemogenesis. Each mutant strain exhibited a specific subset of the phenotypes observed with Ikaros null mice. Of particular relevance, fingers 1 and 4 contributed to distinct stages of B- and T-cell development and finger 4 was selectively required for tumor suppression in thymocytes and in a new model of BCR-ABL+ acute lymphoblastic leukemia. These results, combined with transcriptome profiling (this GEO submission: RNA-Seg of whole thymus from wt and the two ZnF mutants), reveal that different subsets of fingers within multi-finger transcription factors can regulate distinct target genes and biological functions, and they demonstrate that selective mutagenesis can facilitate efforts to elucidate the functions and mechanisms of action of this prevalent class of factors. Overall Design: Ikaros RNA-Seq from double positive thymocytes comparing wt (n=2), Ikaros-ZnF1-/- mutant (n=2) and Ikaros-ZnF4-/- mutant (n=2)
Submission Release Date:2014-03-15
Submission Update Date:2014-03-15
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Databases:ENA Sample Group Service Link  SRP023500

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