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Series GSE54782 Query DataSets for GSE54782
Status Public on May 30, 2014
Title The Osteoblast to Osteocyte Transition: Epigenetic Changes and Response to the Vitamin D3 Hormone [ChIP-seq]
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Genome binding/occupancy profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary Osteocytes are derived from osteoblast lineage cells that become progressively embedded in mineralized bone. Development of the osteocytogenic cell line IDG-SW3 has enabled a temporal and mechanistic investigation of this process. Through RNA-seq analyses, we show that while substantial changes in gene expression occur during the osteoblast to osteocyte transition, the majority of the transcriptome remains qualitatively osteoblast-like. Genes either up-regulated or expressed uniquely in the osteocyte include local and systemic factors such as Sost and Fgf23 as well as genes implicated in neuronal, muscle, vascular, or regulatory function. As assessed by ChIP-seq, numerous changes in epigenetic histone modifications also occur during osteocytogenesis; these are largely qualitative rather than quantitative. Specific epigenetic changes correlate with altered gene expression patterns that are observed during the transition. These genomic changes likely influence the highly restricted transcriptomic response to 1,25(OH)2D3 that occurs during differentiation. VDR binding in osteocytes revealed an extensive cistrome co-occupied by RXR and located predominantly at sites distal to regulated genes. Although sites of VDR binding were apparent near many 1,25(OH)2D3-regulated genes, the expression of others adjacent to VDR binding sites were unaffected; lack of VDR binding was particularly prevalent at down-regulated genes. Interestingly, 1,25(OH)2D3 was found to induce the Boc and Cdon co-receptors that are active in hedgehog signaling in osteocytes. We conclude that osteocytogenesis is accompanied by changes in gene expression that may be driven by both genetic and epigenetic components. These changes are likely responsible for the osteocyte phenotype and may contribute to reduced sensitivity to 1,25(OH)2D3.
Overall design ChIP-seq was performed on differentiated IDGSW3 cells at day 35 for VDR and RXR following 3 hour vehicle or 1,25(OH)2d3 treatment in biological replicate. ChIP-seq was also performed for H3K4me1, H3K4me2, H3K4me3, H3K27Ac, H4K5Ac, H3K9Ac, H4K20me1, H3K36me3, or H3K9me3 at day 3 and day 35 of differentiation in the basal condition.
Contributor(s) St.John HC, Meyer MB, Pike JW
Citation(s) 24877565
Submission date Feb 07, 2014
Last update date May 15, 2019
Contact name Mark B Meyer
Phone 608-890-0857
Organization name University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department Nutritional Sciences
Lab Meyer Lab
Street address 1415 Linden Dr.
City Madison
State/province WI
ZIP/Postal code 53706
Country USA
Platforms (1)
GPL13112 Illumina HiSeq 2000 (Mus musculus)
Samples (28)
GSM1323915 VDR_Veh_rep1_IDGSW3_d35
GSM1323916 VDR_Veh_rep2_IDGSW3_d35
GSM1323917 VDR_125_rep1_IDGSW3_d35
This SubSeries is part of SuperSeries:
GSE54784 The Osteoblast to Osteocyte Transition: Epigenetic Changes and Response to the Vitamin D3 Hormone
BioProject PRJNA237623
SRA SRP036857

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