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  • Deletion of Tet proteins results in quantitative disparities during ESC differentiation partially attributable to alterations in gene expression. [Journal Article]
  • BDBMC Dev Biol 2019 Jul 08; 19(1):16
  • Reimer M, Pulakanti K, … Rao S
  • CONCLUSIONS: We conclude that loss of Tet2 has the most dramatic effect both on the phenotype of ESCs and the transcriptome compared to other genotypes. While loss of Tet proteins increased DNA hypermethylation, especially in gene promoters, these changes in DNA methylation did not correlate with gene expression changes. Thus, while loss of different Tet proteins alters DNA methylation, this change does not appear to be directly responsible for transcriptome changes. Thus, loss of Tet proteins likely regulates the transcriptome epigenetically both through altering 5mC but also through additional mechanisms. Nonetheless, the transcriptome changes in pluripotent Tet2-/- ESCs compared to wild-type implies that the disparities in differentiation can be partially attributed to baseline alterations in gene expression.
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