Title: Tissue- and stage-specific cellular context regulates Wnt target gene expression subsequent to β-catenin recruitment
GEO Series: GSE72657
The aim of our study is to identify direct target genes of Wnt/β-catenin signaling operating in gastrula-stage X. tropicalis embryos. We characterized the genomic loci bound by the Wnt signaling downstream component β-catenin in intact X. tropicalis gastrulae using ChIP-seq. We also determined the normal mRNA expression profile in control (uninjected and control-MO-injected) embryos and altered mRNA expression profiles in two experimental samples: embryos where endogenous wnt8a function was knocked down with wnt8a MO, and where we experimentally re-instated Wnt8a expression with a DNA construct (pCSKA-wnt8a) in the same wnt8a knock down.
Contributors: Stefan Hoppler, Yukio Nakamura, Eduardo Alves
Experiment Type: For ChIP-seq, one ChIP DNA and one input control DNA samples pooled from three independent ChIP experiments using early gastrula embryos were sequenced. For RNA-seq, Twelve total RNA samples (triplicates of each experimental samples: uninjected, CoMO-injected, wnt8aMO-injected, wnt8aMO and pCSKA-wnt8a-coinjected) from early gastrula embryos were sequenced.
Experiment Reagents: hbg1 cMO1, wnt8a MO5, wnt8a.L.
Xtr Wt + hbg1 MO + WE NF10.25 - RNA-Seq (RNA)
Article: XB-ART-52077, PubMed
Source: NCBI GEO, Xenbase FTP
Samples: (DEG = Differentially Expressed Genes; GSM = GEO Sample Number)
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