RNA-seq of uncultured CD112high and CD112low long-term(LT) human hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) and cultured and lentiviral transduced (CTRL, INKA1-OE) LT- and short-term HSC from umbilical cord blood
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We performed RNA-sequencing to elucidate the biological pathways (1) altered by INKA1 overexpression in LT-HSC and ST-HSC that may contribute to the induced transient restraint in generating proliferative hematopoietic output in vivo and in vitro; and (2) that underlie the differential in vitro priming and regeneration phenotypes of CD112high and CD112low LT-HSC. Therefore, we prospectively isolated indicated subpopulations from 3 independent human umbilical cord blood pools and subjected them either to RNA-sequencing directly or following culture, lentiviral transduction and purification of the transduced cell fractions.
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The data provided here was critical in establishing that human long-term hematopoietic stem cells (LT-HSC), previously described as the most primitive HSC population, is actually composed of distinct subsets that can be prospectively isolated. Via mechanistic studies centering around the Rho-GTPase effector kinase PAK4 and its inhibitor INKA1, we identified the immune checkpoint ligand CD112 as a marker for hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells, that is highest expressed on LT-HSC. More ... (Show More)
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