Transcriptomic analysis of TFEB overexpression in LT-HSC, ST-HSC and MEP
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Long-term hematopoietic stem cells (LT-HSC), Short-term hematopietic stem cells (ST-HSC) and Megakaryocyte-erythrocyte progenitors (MEP) were sorted from human cord blood and cultured overnight before transduction with lentivirus to overexpress GP91 (CTRL) or TFEB. Three (LT-HSC ans ST-HSC) or six (MEP) days later, BFP+ transduced cells were sorted for RNA extraction and sequencing.
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We show that lysosomes are antagonistically controlled by TFEB and MYC to balance catabolic and anabolic processes required for activating LT-HSC and guiding their lineage fate. TFEB-mediated induction of the endolysosomal pathway for membrane receptor degradation limits LT-HSC metabolic and mitogenic activation; this promotes quiescence and self-renewal and governs erythroid-myeloid commitment. By contrast, MYC engages biosynthetic processes while repressing lysosomal catabolism to drive ... (Show More)
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