Sox10 and Hdac2 interact to regulate expression of genes involved in peripheral myelination

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Rattus norvegicus
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Sox10 and Hdac2 interact to regulate expression of genes involved in peripheral myelination

Hdac2 and Sox10 co-immunoprecipitate from primary rat Schwann cells, and by ChIP are associated with the promoters and enhancer elements of key regulators of myelination in the peripheral nervous system such as Krox20/Egr2 and Sox10, as well as at transcriptional targets of this program like myelin protein zero (Mpz/P0). Double knockout of Hdac2 and Hdac1 (which has partially overlapping function and can compensate for loss of Hdac2) decreases expression of Sox10, Egr2, but increases expression of Pou3f1. This latter observation is likely a secondary consequence of decreased Egr2 expression, as Pou3f1 expression is subject to Egr2-dependent downregulation at the promyelination stage (Jacob et al, 2011).

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PubMed ID Title Journal Year
21423190 HDAC1 and HDAC2 control the transcriptional program of myelination and the survival of Schwann cells

Jacob, C, Christen, CN, Pereira, JA, Somandin, C, Baggiolini, A, Lötscher, P, Ozçelik, M, Tricaud, N, Meijer, D, Yamaguchi, T, Matthias, P, Suter, U

Nat. Neurosci. 2011
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