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Title: Enforced TAL-1 expression stimulates primitive, erythroid and megakaryocytic progenitors but blocks the granulopoietic differentiation program
Authors: Valtieri, Mauro
Tocci, Angelo
Gabbianelli, Marco
Luchetti, Luisella
Masella, Barbara
Vitelli, Luigi
Botta, Rosanna
Testa, Ugo
Condorelli, Gianluigi
Peschle, Cesare
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: American Association for Cancer Research
Citation: Valtieri M, Tocci A, Gabbianelli M, Luchetti L, Masella B, Vitelli L, Botta R, Testa U, Condorelli G, Peschle C. Enforced TAL-1 expression stimulates primitive, erythroid and megakaryocytic progenitors but blocks the granulopoietic differentiation program. Cancer research 1998;58(3):562-569.
ispartof: Cancer research
Language: en
Type: Article
Peer reviewed: yes
Abstract: Da MEDLINE: In human adult hematopoiesis, the TAL-1 gene is up- and down-modulated in erythropoiesis and granulopoiesis, respectively [G. L. Condorelli et al., Blood, 86: 164-175, 19951. Here, it is shown that, in a hematopoietic progenitor cell (HPC) unilineage differentiation culture, tal-1 is induced and then expressed, in a sustained manner, in the megakaryopoietic lineage, whereas it is barely or not detected in the monocytopoietic series. We have investigated the role of enforced tal-1 expression by retroviral transfer into HPCs [erythroid burst-forming units and megakaryocytic and granulomonocytic colony-forming units (CFUs)], primitive HPCs (high proliferative potential colony-forming cells), and putative hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs), assayed as long-term culture initiating cells. TAL-1 overexpression induces an increase of erythroid burst-forming unit colony number and size and megakaryocytic CFU colony number and an inhibition of granulomonocytic CFU and granulocytic CFU (CFU-G) but not monocytic CFU colony number; conversely, TAL-1 mutants with defective heterodimerizing or DNA-binding domains do not exert these effects at a significant level. Although it does not affect long-term culture initiating cells, exogenous TAL-1 causes a significant proliferative stimulus on primary and secondary high proliferative potential colony-forming cells. In conclusion, exogenous tal-1 exerts differential and stage- and lineage-specific effects on the HPC/HSC differentiation/proliferation gene programs. Thus, it induces a stimulatory effect at the level of erythroid and megakaryocytic HPCs, while exerting a selective proliferative action on downstream erythropoiesis. Furthermore, it induces differential effects on the myeloid series: the partial blockade of CFU-G differentiation is possibly linked to the sharp down-modulation of endogenous TAL-1 expression at the level of the CFU-G-to-granulopoietic precursor differentiation step; in contrast, no significant effect is observed on monocytic CFU colony formation. Finally, the stimulatory effect on primitive HPCs but not putative stem cells suggests subtle differences in the effects exerted by tal-1 overexpression on primitive HPC/HSC subsets in adult life
ISSN: 0008-5472
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