Transcriptomic and epigentic analysis of human peripheral blood NK cell subsets revealing role of Bcl11b in differentiation
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Transcriptomic analysis of seven human peripheral blood NK cell subsets and three T cell subsets purified from healthy cytomeglovirus seropositive donors. Epigenetic analysis including identification of open chromatin and active enhancer elements confirms key regulatory factors defining an NK cell differentiation axis. Chromatin-immunoprecipitation sequencing reveals contribution of key transcription factors associated with NK cell differentiation including Bcl11b.
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RNA-seq 10 subsets; 5 donors. ATAC-seq 9 subsets, 4 donors; Histone modification profiling 10 subsets, 2 donors all using human NK cell and T cell subsets. TF ChIP-seq Bcl11b, Bach2, Runx2, Gata3, PLZF. Illuminia sequencing platform, ATAC-seq is Paired-end, RNA-seq/ChIP-seq is Single-end
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