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E-GEOD-36751 - Mutant p53 cooperates with ETS2 to promote etoposide resistance [ChIP-chip]
Released on 2 May 2012, last updated on 3 May 2014
Mutant p53 (mtp53) promotes chemotherapy resistance through multiple mechanisms including disabling pro-apoptotic proteins and by regulating gene expression. Analysis of promoter regions identified through CHIP-on-CHIP and CHIP-SEQ platforms reveal that the ETS motif (EBS) is prevalent within predicted mtp53 binding sites. We demonstrate that mtp53 regulates gene expression through EBS in promoters, and that ETS2 mediates the interaction with this motif. Importantly, we identified TDP2, a 5’-tyrosyl DNA phosphodiesterase involved in the repair of DNA damage caused by etoposide, as a transcriptional target of mtp53. We demonstrate that suppression of TDP2 sensitizes mtp53 expressing cells to etoposide, and that mtp53 and TDP2 are frequently overexpressed in human lung cancer; thus, our analysis identifies a potentially “druggable” component of mtp53’s gain-of-function activity. Comparison of two different transcriptional binding analysis (ChIP-on-ChIP and ChIP-Seq) for the identification of novel mutant p53 (R248W) binding.
ChIP-chip by tiling array
Luis A Martinez <email@example.com>, Chunyang Li, Krishna Chauhan, Lakshman Varanasi, Lwona Kubacka, Maurizio Boccetta, Michael R Garrett, Phi M Do, Runzhao Li, Silvano R Daniels, Song Fan, Virginia Newman
Mutant p53 cooperates with ETS2 to promote etoposide resistance. Do PM, Varanasi L, Fan S, Li C, Kubacka I, Newman V, Chauhan K, Daniels SR, Boccetta M, Garrett MR, Li R, Martinez LA. , PMID:22508727