Mutation of C/EBP{alpha} predisposes to the development of myeloid leukemia in a retroviral insertional mutagenesis screen

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  • Marie Sigurd Hasemann, Danmark
  • Inge Damgaard, Danmark
  • Mikkel Bruhn Schuster, Danmark
  • Kim Theilgaard-Monch, Danmark
  • Annette Balle Sørensen
  • Alan Mrsic, Danmark
  • Thijs Krugers, Danmark
  • Bauke Ylstra, Danmark
  • Finn Skou Pedersen
  • Claus Nerlov, Danmark
  • Bo Torben Porse, Danmark
  • Molekylærbiologisk Institut
  • Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center
C/EBPalpha is an important myeloid tumour suppressor that is frequently mutated in human Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). We have previously shown that mice homozygous for the E2F repression deficient Cebpa(BRM2) allele develop non-fatal AML with long latency and incomplete penetrance, suggesting that accumulation of secondary mutations is necessary for disease progression. Here we use SRS19-6-driven retroviral insertional mutagenesis to compare the phenotypes of leukemias arising in Cebpa(+/+), Cebpa(+/BRM2) and Cebpa(BRM2/BRM2) mice, with respect to disease type, latency of tumour development and identity of the retroviral insertion sites (RIS). Both Cebpa(+/BRM2) and Cebpa(BRM2/BRM2) mice preferentially develop myeloid leukemias, but with differing latencies, thereby demonstrating the importance of gene dosage. Determination of RIS led to the identification of several novel candidate oncogenes, some of which may collaborate specifically with the E2F repression-deficient allele of Cebpa. Finally, we used an in silico pathway analysis approach to extract additional information from single RIS leading to the identifcation of signaling pathways which were preferentially deregulated in a disease- and/or genotype-specific manner.
Udgivelsesdato: 2008-Jan-22
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftBlood
Vol/bind111
Nummer8
Sider (fra-til)4309 - 4321
Antal sider13
ISSN0006-4971
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2008

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