In Vitro Corticogenesis from Embryonic Stem Cells Recapitulates the In Vivo Epigenetic Control of Imprinted Gene Expression.
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In Vitro Corticogenesis from Embryonic Stem Cells Recapitulates the In Vivo Epigenetic Control of Imprinted Gene Expression.
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Title: In Vitro Corticogenesis from Embryonic Stem Cells Recapitulates the In Vivo Epigenetic Control of Imprinted Gene Expression.
Author, co-author: Bouschet, Tristan; Dubois, Emeric; Reynès, Christelle; Kota, Satya K.; Rialle, Stéphanie; Maupetit-Méhouas, Stéphanie; Pezet, Mikael; Le Digarcher, Anne; Nidelet, Sabine; Demolombe, Vincent; Cavelier, Patricia; Meusnier, Céline; Maurizy, Chloé; Sabatier, Robert; Feil, Robert; Arnaud, Philippe; Journot, Laurent; Varrault, Annie
Abstract: In vitro corticogenesis from embryonic stem cells (ESCs) is an attractive model of cortical development and a promising tool for cortical therapy. It is unknown to which extent epigenetic mechanisms crucial for cortex development and function, such as parental genomic imprinting, are recapitulated by in vitro corticogenesis. Here, using genome-wide transcriptomic and methylation analyses on hybrid mouse tissues and cells, we find a high concordance of imprinting status between in vivo and ESC-derived cortices. Notably, in vitro corticogenesis strictly reproduced the in vivo parent-of-origin-dependent expression of 41 imprinted genes (IGs), including Mest and Cdkn1c known to control corticogenesis. Parent-of-origin-dependent DNA methylation was also conserved at 14 of 18 imprinted differentially methylated regions. The least concordant imprinted locus was Gpr1-Zdbf2, where the aberrant bi-allelic expression of Zdbf2 and Adam23 was concomitant with a gain of methylation on the maternal allele in vitro. Combined, our data argue for a broad conservation of the epigenetic mechanisms at imprinted loci in cortical cells derived from ESCs. We propose that in vitro corticogenesis helps to define the still poorly understood mechanisms that regulate imprinting in the brain and the roles of IGs in cortical development.
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In Vitro Corticogenesis from Embryonic Stem Cells Recapitulates the In Vivo Epigenetic Control of Imprinted Gene Expression.
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[en] Animals ; Cell Line ; Cell Proliferation/physiology ; Cerebral Cortex/growth & development/metabolism ; DNA Methylation ; Embryonic Stem Cells/metabolism ; Fluorescent Antibody Technique ; Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental ; Genetic Loci ; Genomic Imprinting ; Mice ; Microscopy, Fluorescence ; Neural Stem Cells/metabolism ; Neurogenesis/physiology ; Neuroglia/metabolism ; Neurons/metabolism ; Polymorphism, Restriction Fragment Length ; Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide ; Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction ; Transcriptome ; DNA methylation ; allele-specific expression ; corticogenesis ; embryonic stem cells ; genomic imprinting
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[en] In vitro corticogenesis from embryonic stem cells (ESCs) is an attractive model of cortical development and a promising tool for cortical therapy. It is unknown to which extent epigenetic mechanisms crucial for cortex development and function, such as parental genomic imprinting, are recapitulated by in vitro corticogenesis. Here, using genome-wide transcriptomic and methylation analyses on hybrid mouse tissues and cells, we find a high concordance of imprinting status between in vivo and ESC-derived cortices. Notably, in vitro corticogenesis strictly reproduced the in vivo parent-of-origin-dependent expression of 41 imprinted genes (IGs), including Mest and Cdkn1c known to control corticogenesis. Parent-of-origin-dependent DNA methylation was also conserved at 14 of 18 imprinted differentially methylated regions. The least concordant imprinted locus was Gpr1-Zdbf2, where the aberrant bi-allelic expression of Zdbf2 and Adam23 was concomitant with a gain of methylation on the maternal allele in vitro. Combined, our data argue for a broad conservation of the epigenetic mechanisms at imprinted loci in cortical cells derived from ESCs. We propose that in vitro corticogenesis helps to define the still poorly understood mechanisms that regulate imprinting in the brain and the roles of IGs in cortical development.
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