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Cell Growth & Differentiation, Vol 1, Issue 12 637-645, Copyright © 1990 by American Association of Cancer Research


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Dissection of the immediate early response of myeloid leukemia cells to terminal differentiation and growth inhibitory stimuli

KA Lord, A Abdollahi, B Hoffman-Liebermann and DA Liebermann
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia 19104-6059.

To better understand the immediate early genetic response of myeloid cells to terminal differentiation and growth inhibitory stimuli, complementary DNA clones of myeloid differentiation primary response (MyD) genes have recently been isolated. In this study, a set of known (junB, c-jun, ICAM-1, H1(0), and H3.3 histone variants) and novel (MyD88, MyD116) MyD genes were used as immediate early molecular markers to further dissect the primary genetic response of myeloid cells to various differentiation and growth inhibitory stimuli. Expression of all of these MyD genes was highly induced in autonomously replicating differentiation inducible M1D+ myeloblasts following induction of terminal differentiation and growth inhibition by interleukin 6. Expression of all MyD genes except MyD88 was induced upon inhibition of M1D+ cell growth and induction of early, but not late, differentiation markers by interleukin 1 and lipopolysaccharide. In sharp contrast, only expression of H1(0) and H3.3 histone variants was increased following inhibition of M1D+ cell growth by interferon beta or gamma, which did not induce any differentiation associated properties. No increase in the expression of any of these MyD genes was seen in a clone of WEHI-3B D- myelomonocytic cells following stimulation with interleukin 6, which neither induced it for differentiation nor inhibited its growth. 12-O-Tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate, known to be a potent inducer of jun expression in many cell types, failed to induce high or stable expression of junB and c-jun in M1D+ cells, where it did not induce differentiation.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)


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