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Dynamics of genome architecture and chromatin function during human B cell differentiation and neoplastic transformation

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001004763 Other

Study Description

Despite recent advances, the dynamics of genome architecture and chromatin function during human cell differentiation and its potential reorganization upon neoplastic transformation remains poorly characterized. Here, we integrate in situ Hi-C and nine additional omic layers to define and biologically characterize the dynamic changes in three-dimensional (3D) genome architecture across normal B cell differentiation and in neoplastic cells from different subtypes of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) patients. Beyond conventional active (A) and inactive (B) compartments, an integrative analysis of Hi-C data uncovers a highly-dynamic intermediate compartment enriched in poised and polycomb-repressed chromatin. During B cell development, we detect that 28% of the compartments change at defined maturation stages and mostly involve the intermediate compartment. The transition from naive to germinal center B cells is associated with widespread chromatin activation, which mostly reverts into the naive state upon further maturation of germinal center cells ... (Show More)

Study Datasets 2 datasets.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00001006485
Raw FASTQ files obtained from in situ Hi-C of 16 normal B cells (3 naive B cells, 3 germinal center B cells, 3 plasma cells, and 3 memory B cells, together with a merge file for each subpopulation), 7 chronic lymphocytic leukemias (2 unmutated IGHV and 5 mutated IGHV), and 5 mantle cell lymphomas (2 conventional and 3 leukemic non-nodal).
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EGAD00001006486
Valid reads obtained after analyzing in situ Hi-C data of 16 normal B cells (3 naive B cells, 3 germinal center B cells, 3 plasma cells, and 3 memory B cells, together with a merge file for each subpopulation), 7 chronic lymphocytic leukemias (2 unmutated IGHV and 5 mutated IGHV), and 5 mantle cell lymphomas (2 conventional and 3 leukemic non-nodal).
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