Data & Protocols
Microarray GEO accession numbers
- GEO: GSE23743
Effect of imatinib on philadelphia chromosome positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia
In this study, the tyrosine kinase inhibitor imatinib was used for pharmacological inhibition of BCR-ABL1. Gene expression profiles of Ph+ ALL cell lines were analyzed in response to imatinib treatment. Four Ph+ ALL cell lines (BV173, NALM-1, SUP-B15, and TOM1) were either treated with 10µM STI571 (Imatinib) for 16 hours or cultured in absence of STI571.
- GEO: GSE24426
BCL6 enables leukemia cells to cope with inhibition of oncogenic tyrosine kinases
This SuperSeries is composed of the following subset Series: GSE24381: Inhibition of BCL6-dependent gene expression in Philadelphia chromosome positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia GSE24404: Recruitment of BCL6 to target genes in Philadelphia chromosome positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
- GEO: GSE15179
ChIP-on-chip of BCL6
Identification BCL6 target genes in primary germinal center cells and DLBCL cell lines by ChIP-on-chip, three replicates in each type of cells.
- GEO: GSE20987
Gene expression data of BCR-ABL1 transformed B cell precursors from BCL6 wild-type and BCL6 knockout mice
To elucidate the mechanism of BCL6-mediated pre-B cell survival signaling, we investigated the gene expression pattern in BCR-ABL1-transformed BCL6+/+ and BCL6-/- B cell precursors. Pharmacological inhibition of BCR-ABL1 was performed with the BCR-ABL1 kinase inhibitor STI571 (Imatinib). BCR-ABL1 transformed B cell precursors of BCL6 wildtype and BCL6 knockout mice were either treated with 10μM STI571 (Imatinib) for 16 hours or cultured in absence of STI571. Three samples for each condition were processed.
- GEO: GSE24400
Comparison of copy number variations between wildtype and BCL6 knockout BCR-ABL1-driven acute lymphoblastic leukemia
This comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) study investigated the effect of BCL6 on clonal evolution in BCR-ABL1-driven acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). The frequencies of copy number alterations in BCR-ABL1-transformed BCL6+/+ and BCL6-/- leukemias were determined. Three BCR-ABL1-transformed BCL6+/+ and BCL6-/- ALL samples derived from mice were maintained for 4 month in cell culture and were subjected to CGH analysis. As control samples, normal untransformed splenoytes were used.
- GEO: GSE26085
We identified the BCL6 protooncogene as a critical downstream effector of FoxO3A in self-renewal signaling of CML-initiating cells. BCL6 represses Arf and p53 in CML cells and is required for leukemia stem cell maintenance, colony formation and initiation of leukemia in transplant recipients. Importantly, peptide inhibition of BCL6 in human CML cells compromises colony formation and leukemia-initiation in xenotransplanted mouse recipients. These findings identify peptide-inhibition of BCL6 as a novel strategy to eradicate leukemia-initiating cells in CML.
- GEO: GSE24814
Role and function of STAT5 in BCR-ABL1 driven pre-B cells: Stat5-fl/fl + Cre
In order to investigate the function of STAT5 in ALL, we isolated bone marrow cells from STAT5 fl/fl mice and transformed them with BCR-ABL1. In a second transduction the BCR-ABL1 driven pre-B cells were transformed either with CRE-GFP or empty vector control (GFP) and subjected to gene expression analysis.
- GEO: GSE24493
Effect of Imatinib on chronic myelogenous leukemia
In this study, the tyrosine kinase inhibitor Imatinib was used for pharmacological inhibition of BCR-ABL1. Gene expression profiles of CML cell lines were analyzed in response to Imatinib treatment. Three CML cell lines (KU-812, KCL-22, JURL-MK1) were either treated with 10 µM STI571 (Imatinib) for 16 hours or cultured in absence of STI571.
- GEO: GSE21664
Gene expression data of interleukin-7-dependent and BCR-ABL1-transformed pre-B cells
This analysis focused on identifying factors that protect pre-B cells against DNA double strand break (DSB)-mediated DNA damage stress during pre-B cell differentiation. Differentiation of pre-B cells including immunoglobulin light chain gene recombination were performed by withdrawal of interleukin-7 (IL-7) from IL-7-dependent murine pre-B cells or by inhibition of the BCR-ABL1 kinase activity in BCR-ABL1-transformed pre-B cells. The BCR-ABL1 kinase inhibitor STI571 (Imatinib) was used for the inhibition of BCR-ABL1. IL-7-dependent murine pre-B cells were either cultured in IL-7 (10 ng/ml) or induced to differentiate by withdrawal of IL-7. BCR-ABL1-transformed pre-B cells were either treated with 10 µM STI571 (in absence or presence of 10 ng/ml IL-7) for 16 hours or cultured without STI571. Three samples for each condition were processed.
- GEO: GSE15093
CGH data from AID WT vs AID KO BCR-ABL1 mouse leukemia cells
Activation-induced cytidine deaminase (AID) specific amplifications and deletions in BCR-ABL1 positive Leukemia mouse cells. Bone marrow from Balb/CJ WT and Balb/CJ AID KO mice was transduced with BCR-ABL1. The AID specific amplifications and deletions where analyzed with an Agilent 244A mouse whole Genome CGH Array. The AID specific amplifications and deletions where analyzed with an Agilent 244A mouse whole Genome CGH Array. 3 WT samples where compared to AID KO samples.
- GEO: GSE16751
Activation-induced cytidine deaminase accelerates clonal evolution in BCR-ABL1-driven acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Activation-Induced Cytidine Deaminase (AID) is required for somatic hypermutation and immunoglobulin (Ig) class switch recombination in germinal center B lymphocytes. Occasionally, AID targets non-Ig genes, thereby contributing to B cell lymphomagenesis. We recently reported aberrant expression of AID in BCR-ABL1-driven acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). To elucidate the biological significance of aberrant AID expression, we studied loss of AID function in a murine model of BCR-ABL1 ALL. Mice transplanted with BCR-ABL1-transduced AID-/- bone marrow had prolonged survival as compared to mice transplanted with leukemia cells generated from AID+/+ bone marrow. Consistent with a causative role of AID in genetic instability, AID-/- leukemia had a decreased frequency of amplifications, deletions and a lower frequency of mutations in non-Ig genes including Pax5 and Rhoh as compared to AID+/+ leukemias. AID-/- and AID+/+ ALL cells showed a markedly distinct gene expression pattern as determined by principle component analysis, with 2,365 genes differentially expressed. In contrast to AID+/+ leukemia, AID-/- ALL cells failed to downregulate a number of tumor suppressor genes such as Rhoh, Cdkn1a (p21), and Blnk (SLP65). We conclude that AID accelerates clonal evolution in BCR-ABL1 ALL by enhancing genetic instability, aberrant somatic hypermutation, and by transcriptional inactivation of tumor suppressor genes. We used microarrays to detect differences in gene expression profiles between AID expressing leukemia and AID deficient leukemia.