Systematic name M8584
Brief description Genes down-regulated in CD4 [GeneID=920] T cells: healthy versus systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).
Full description or abstract Sle1a.1 is part of the Sle1a lupus susceptibility locus which results in the production of activated and autoreactive CD4+ T cells as well as a reduction in the peripheral regulatory T cell (Treg) pool. Sle1a.1 CD4+ T cells showed a defective response to retinoic acid (RA) expansion of TGF?-induced Tregs. At the molecular level, Sle1a.1 corresponds to an increased expression of a novel splice isoform of Pbx1, Pbx1-d. Pbx1-d over-expression is sufficient to induce an activated/inflammatory phenotype in Jurkat T cells, and to decrease their apoptotic response to RA. PBX1-d is expressed more frequently in lupus patients than in healthy controls, and its presence correlates with an increased memory T cell population. These findings indicate that Pbx1 is a novel lupus susceptibility gene that regulates T cell activation and tolerance.
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Source publication Pubmed 22180614   Authors: Cuda CM,Li S,Liang S,Yin Y,Potula HH,Xu Z,Sengupta M,Chen Y,Butfiloski E,Baker H,Chang LJ,Dozmorov I,Sobel ES,Morel L
Exact source GSE22313_3102_200_DN
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Organism Mus musculus
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