E-MTAB-5596 - RNA-seq of wild-type and Tbx20 homozygous knockout E11.5 mouse cardiomyocytes to study Tbx20's roles in embryonic and adult mouse heart function

Submitted on 22 June 2015, last updated on 13 June 2018, released on 14 June 2018
Mus musculus
Samples (8)
Protocols (4)
Tbx20 is a transcription factor known to play important roles in embryonic and adult mouse heart function. Our goal in this work was to better understand the function of this gene in embryonic (E11.5) mouse cardiomyocytes that form the developing chambers, expanding our knowledge of its role in heart development. To elucidate the role of Tbx20 in mouse cardiomyocytes, we generated conditional Tbx20 knockout and compared 4 samples with 4 samples of wild-type cardiomyocytes. We found evidence of regulation of cell cycle genes by Tbx20, which are involved in proliferation. In addition, Tbx20 seems to bind and regulate an enhancer of CoupTFII in the atrium, a gene involved in atrial development.
Experiment types
RNA-seq of coding RNA, case control design
Probing chromatin landscape reveals roles of endocardial TBX20 in septation. Boogerd CJ, Aneas I, Sakabe N, Dirschinger RJ, Cheng QJ, Zhou B, Chen J, Nobrega MA, Evans SM. , PMID:27348591
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