E-WMIT-9 - Chromatin immunoprecipitation analysis of human hepatocyte regulatory circuitry
Submitted on 9 May 2006, released on 9 May 2006, last updated on 4 June 2014
We mapped the transcriptional regulatory circuitry for six master regulators in human hepatocytes using chromatin immunoprecipitation and high-resolution promoter microarrays. The results show that these regulators form a highly interconnected core circuitry, and reveal the local regulatory network motifs created by regulator-gene interactions. Auto-regulation was a prominent theme among these regulators. We found that hepatocyte master regulators tend to bind promoter regions combinatorially and that the number of transcription factors bound to a promoter corresponds with observed gene expression. Our studies reveal portions of the core circuitry of human hepatocytes.
ChIP-chip by array, binding site identification
Core transcriptional regulatory circuitry in human hepatocytes. Odom, D.T.; Dowel, R.B.; Jacobsen, E.S.; Nekludova, L.; Rolfe, P.A.; Danford, T.W.; Gifford, D.K.; Fraenkel, E.; Bell, G.I.; Young, R.A. Mol Syst Biol (2006)
Core transcriptional regulatory circuitry in human hepatocytes. Odom DT, Dowell RD, Jacobsen ES, Nekludova L, Rolfe PA, Danford TW, Gifford DK, Fraenkel E, Bell GI, Young RA. :2006.0017 (2006), Europe PMC 16738562