Cell公布表观遗传学重大突破:上千万美元,40多篇论文的成果

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  国际人类表观基因组协会(International Human Epigenome Consortium, IHEC)公布了一系列研究成果,包括表观遗传对免疫力,细胞系确定和细胞分化的影响。

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  ——国际人类表观基因组协会(International Human Epigenome Consortium, IHEC)公布了一系列研究成果,包括表观遗传对免疫力、细胞系确定和细胞分化的影响。

生物通报道:2011年,欧盟委员会启动了有史以来规模最大的投资项目,投资3000万欧元(约合4100万美元)进行人类表观基因组学的研究,他们希望能通过这个叫做“蓝图”(BLUEPRINT)的项目找出所有影响基因表达的DNA修饰位点,了解表观基因影响健康及疾病的机理。

11月17日,国际人类表观基因组协会IHEC在Cell等期刊中公布了41篇论文,报道了BLUEPRINT项目的多项成果,这为全面分析表观遗传迈进了一大步。

其中一项是分析了表观遗传学在免疫中的作用。研究人员利用来自英国的将近200个献血者的主要免疫细胞类型,解析了这些细胞的基因组和表观基因组组成,从中发现遗传学能解释其中大部分表观遗传突变。

加拿大麦吉尔大学的学者Tomi Pastinen表示,将表观遗传改变与遗传突变放在一起,就像是一个巨大的拼图,这能为研发新型治疗药剂提供新的靶点。

其它研究还包括分析血液和骨髓样品中的T细胞表观基因组,研究人员发现基因组某些部位中出现了DNA甲基化逐步缺失,还有血液中记忆T细胞具有与骨髓不同的表观遗传谱。

研究人员还分析了CD8+ T细胞,结果发现婴儿具有类似于先天免疫细胞的表观遗传和基因表达谱,这也部分解释了婴儿为何会更加容易感染传染病原体。

这些仅仅只是一部分IHEC研究人员的成果。“来自全球各地的科学家组成的这个创新性团队,他们发表的论文数量和多个主题探讨不仅反应了这一协会的重要性,而且也证明了多个学科专家的合作所带来的巨大力量,其潜在影响力远远超过单个项目,”加拿大CIHR,IHEC执行委员会主席Eric Marcotte表示。

更多更详细的内容可以登录http://www.cell.com/consortium/IHEC 查看。

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Digital Editions

Cell Press Special Editions are editorially curated article collections, grouped thematically into journal issue format.

Access and download International Human Epigenome Consortium research published in Cell Press journals conveniently packaged into two volumes, available now in digital edition. These digital editions are made freely available thanks to the generosity of our sponsors.

IHEC Digital Edition 1


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