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Arid1a associates with lymphoid-restricted transcription factors and has an essential role in t cell development

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Maturation of lymphoid cells is controlled by the action of stage and lineage-restricted transcription factors working in concert with the general transcription and chromatin remodeling machinery to regulate gene expression. To better understand this functional interplay, we used Biotin Identification in human embryonic kidney cells to identify proximity interaction partners for GATA3, TCF7 (TCF1), SPI1, HLF, IKZF1, PAX5, ID1, and ID2. The proximity interaction partners shared among the lineage-restricted transcription factors included ARID1a, a BRG1-associated factor complex component. CUT&RUN analysis revealed that ARID1a shared binding with TCF7 and GATA3 at a substantial number of putative regulatory elements in mouse T cell progenitors. In support of an important function for ARID1a in lymphocyte development, deletion of Arid1a in early lymphoid progenitors in mice resulted in a pronounced developmental arrest in early T cell development with a reduction of CD4(+)CD8(+) cells and a 20-fold reduction in thymic cellularity. Exploring gene expression patterns in DN3 cells from Wt and Arid1a-deficient mice suggested that the developmental block resided in the DN3a to DN3b transition, indicating a deficiency in beta-selection. Our work highlights the critical importance of functional interactions between stage and lineage-restricted factors and the basic transcription machinery during lymphocyte differentiation.

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hal-04058848 , version 1 (05-04-2023)

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Audrey Astori, Johanna Tingvall-Gustafsson, Jacob Kuruvilla, Etienne-Marie Coyaud, Estelle Laurent, et al.. Arid1a associates with lymphoid-restricted transcription factors and has an essential role in t cell development. Journal of Immunology, 2020, Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. 1950), 205 (5), pp.1419-1432. ⟨10.4049/jimmunol.1900959⟩. ⟨hal-04058848⟩

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