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E-GEOD-53888 - ChIP-chip from lymph node-derived primary lymphocytes with anti-E2F2 and anti-SV40TAg
Released on 9 January 2014, last updated on 4 May 2014
E2F2 is essential for the maintenance of T lymphocyte quiescence. To identify the full set of E2F2 target genes, and to gain further understanding of the role of E2F2 in transcriptional regulation, we have performed ChIP-chip analyses across the genome of lymph node-derived T lymphocytes. Here we show that during quiescence, E2F2 binds the promoters of a large number of genes involved in DNA metabolism and cell cycle regulation, concomitant with their transcriptional silencing. We performed 3 ChIP-chip experiments with an antibody against E2F2 and another 3 ChIP-chip experiments with an antibody against SV40TAg (irrelevant antibody).
ChIP-chip by tiling array
Usue Laresgoiti <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Usua Laresgoiti
E2F2 and CREB cooperatively regulate transcriptional activity of cell cycle genes. Laresgoiti U, Apraiz A, Olea M, Mitxelena J, Osinalde N, Rodriguez JA, Fullaondo A, Zubiaga AM. , PMID:24038359