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SRX014076: Whole Genome Sequencing of human
1 ILLUMINA (Illumina Genome Analyzer) run: 9.7M spots, 434.6M bases, 268.5Mb downloads

Design: 45-cycle Solexa sequencing of sample SA_6
Submitted by: Cancer Research UK (CRUK) (CRI)
Study: Co-operative interaction between Retinoic Acid Receptor-a and Estrogen Receptor in breast cancer
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Retinoic Acid Receptor-a (RARa) is a known estrogen target gene in breast cancer cells. The consequence of RARa induction by estrogen was previously unknown. We now show that RARa is required for efficient Estrogen Receptor-a (ER)-mediated transcription and cell proliferation. RARa can interact with ER binding regions, but this occurs in an ER-dependent manner, providing a novel role for RARa that is independent of its classic role. We show, on a genome-wide scale, that RARa and ER can co-occupy regulatory regions together within the chromatin. This transcriptionally active co-occupancy and dependency occurs when exposed to the predominant breast cancer hormone, estrogen; an interaction that is promoted by the estrogen-ER induction of RARa. These findings implicate RARa as an essential component of the ER complex, potentially by maintaining ER-co-factor interactions and suggest that different nuclear receptors can co-operate for effective transcriptional activity in breast cancer cells.
Sample: Generic sample from Homo sapiens
SAMN00006188 • SRS008316 • All experiments • All runs
Organism: Homo sapiens
Name: jc22
Instrument: Illumina Genome Analyzer
Strategy: ChIP-Seq
Selection: ChIP
Layout: SINGLE
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Runs: 1 run, 9.7M spots, 434.6M bases, 268.5Mb
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