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E-GEOD-85066 - In vitro cultured H7 human embryonic stem cells (WiCell) and H7-derived downstream early mesoderm progenitors
Released on 2 August 2016, last updated on 6 August 2016
Stem-cell differentiation to desired lineages requires navigating alternating developmental paths that often lead to unwanted cell types. Hence, comprehensive developmental roadmaps are crucial to channel stem-cell differentiation toward desired fates. To this end, here, we map bifurcating lineage choices leading from pluripotency to 12 human mesodermal lineages, including bone, muscle, and heart. We defined the extrinsic signals controlling each binary lineage decision, enabling us to logically block differentiation toward unwanted fates and rapidly steer pluripotent stem cells toward 80%–99% pure human mesodermal lineages at most branchpoints. This strategy enabled the generation of human bone and heart progenitors that could engraft in respective in vivo models. Mapping stepwise chromatin and single-cell gene expression changes in mesoderm development uncovered somite segmentation, a previously unobservable human embryonic event transiently marked by HOPX expression. Collectively, this roadmap enables navigation of mesodermal development to produce transplantable human tissue progenitors and uncover developmental processes. doi:10.1016/j.cell.2016.06.011 BioProject: PRJNA319573, Study: SRP073808, Bulk and single-cell RNA-seq, and ATAC-seq of of H7 human embryonic stem cells (ESC) and in vitro derived 10 diffrerent mesoderm progenitors from H7-ESC
other, RNA-seq of coding RNA
Rahul Sinha <email@example.com>, Pang W Koh
Mapping the Pairwise Choices Leading from Pluripotency to Human Bone, Heart, and Other Mesoderm Cell Types. Loh KM, Chen A, Koh PW, Deng TZ, Sinha R, Tsai JM, Barkal AA, Shen KY, Jain R, Morganti RM, Shyh-Chang N, Fernhoff NB, George BM, Wernig G, Salomon RE, Chen Z, Vogel H, Epstein JA, Kundaje A, Talbot WS, Beachy PA, Ang LT, Weissman IL. , PMID:27419872