Systematic name M7039
Brief description Genes up-regulated in megakaryo-erythrocyte progenitors: wildtype versus IKZF1 [GeneID=10320] knockout.
Full description or abstract Regulation of lineage potential and transcriptional priming by Ikaros. New insight is provided into a bivalent regulation of lineage priming in the HSC and its lympho-myeloid restricted progeny the LMPP by the lymphoid lineage-determining factor Ikaros Whereas Ikaros is responsible for the activation of a cascade of lymphoid expression programs and for the establishment of lymphoid potential from the HSC to the LMPP it is also responsible for the repression of stem cell and erythroid genetic programs that are incompatible with further lineage restrictions emanating from the LMPP
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Source publication Pubmed 19345118   Authors: Ng SY,Yoshida T,Zhang J,Georgopoulos K
Exact source GSE15330_2829_200_UP
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Source species Mus musculus
Contributed by Jernej Godec (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute)
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