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Series GSE42993 Query DataSets for GSE42993
Status Public on Dec 17, 2015
Title Different reprogramming methods generate undistinguishable pluripotent states
Organism Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by array
Summary Pluripotency can be induced from different cell types using different methods. Several studies have reported that iPSC retain an epigenetic memory from the tissue from which they were derived. However, the influence of the method used for reprogramming in the final pluripotent state has not been investigated yet. Therefore, we have taken advantage of germline stem cells (GSCs) that can be converted into germline pluripotent stem cells (gPSCs) using specific culture conditions or into induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) after the forced expression of four transcription factors. Here, we compare the gene expression profile, imprinting methylation pattern and differentiation potential between GSC-derived iPSCs and gPSCs. Our analysis demonstrates that both reprogramming methods induce equivalent levels of pluripotency and that a donor GSC transcriptional memory is retained only at early steps after reprogramming. In summary, our results show that different reprogramming methods generate undistinguishable pluripotent states and exclude a method-dependent epigenetic memory.

Cell Culture. All the cell lines used in this study were derived from OG2 mice. Unless otherwise noted, all cell culture reagents were purchased from Gibco or PAA. Neonatal GSCs derived from 10 days postpartum (d.p.p) murine testis and adult GSCs derived from 35 d.p.p murine testis were derived as previously described and cultured on irradiated C3H feeder cells in a medium composed of StemPro-34 SFM (including supplement), N2 supplement (1:100), 1 % heat-inactivated fetal calf serum (FCS), 5 mg ml-1 bovine serum albumin (BSA) fraction V, 100 U ml-1 penicillin, 100 µg ml-1 streptomycin, 2 mM L‑glutamine, 0.1 mM non-essential amino acids (NEAA), 0.1 mM β‑mercaptoethanol, MEM vitamins (1:100), 6 mg ml-1 D‑(+)‑glucose (Sigma), 30 mg ml-1 pyruvic acid, 0.1 % DL‑lactic acid (Sigma), 60 ng ml-1 progesterone (Sigma), 30 ng ml-1 β‑estradiol (Sigma), 15 ng ml-1 mouse EGF (Peprotech), 10 ng ml-1 human bFGF (Peprotech), 10 ng ml-1 human GDNF (Peprotech), and 1000 U ml-1 mouse LIF (in‑house preparation). For maintenance culture, GSCs were passaged at a 1:2‑ratio once a week after digestion with 0.05 % trypsin/EDTA. In addition, ESCs, iPSC and gPSC were cultured on irradiated C3H feeders in the following medium: Knockout DMEM, 20% Knockout Serum Replacement, penicillin, streptomycin, L‑glutamine, NEAA, β‑mercaptoethanol, and LIF.
Generation of pluripotent cell lines. iPSC were generated using tetracycline-inducible lentiviruses. For the lentiviral production, 293T cells were plated at 50 % confluency in 10-cm dishes one day prior to transfection. The next day, the lentiviral vector (3 µg) together with the packaging plasmids psPAX2 (2 µg) and pMD2.G (1 µg) (Addgene plasmids #12260 and #12259, respectively) were transfected using FuGENE 6 reagent (Roche) according to the manufacturer’s protocol. After 48 h, viral-containing supernatants were filtered (0.45 µm), concentrated around 30-fold by centrifugation (26,000 × g, 2 h, 4 °C) and stored at -80 °C. For the generation of iPSCs, a single-cell suspension of 50,000 GSCs was infected overnight with five tetracycline-inducible lentiviruses (5–20 µl concentrated supernatant each) encoding for Oct4, Sox2, Klf4, c-Myc, and the reverse tetracycline-transactivator M2-rtTA (Addgene plasmids #20323, #20326, #20322, #20324, and #20342) in the presence of 4 µg ml-1 polybrene (Sigma). One week after the infection, the expression of the viral transgenes was induced by adding 4 µg ml-1 doxycycline (Sigma) to the medium. MEFs-derived iPSCs were generated using the same protocol. gPSC were generated following a previous reported protocol. Briefly, GSCs were seeded at a density of approx. 1000 cells cm-2 on feeder cells and were not splitted until gPSC colonies were observed. Both iPSC and gPSC colonies were identified by Oct4-GFP expression, manually picked and expanded under ESC conditions. In vitro differentiation of pluripotent cells. Embryoid body (EB) formation was induced in suspension culture adopting the hanging drop method (600 cells in 20 µl) for 5 days in ESC medium without LIF. EBs were seeded on gelatine-coated plates and further cultured for 14 days in the same medium. Chimera formation. Aggregations of putative pluripotent cells with denuded 8-cell stage embryos were performed as previously reported. After overnight incubation at 37 °C and 5 % CO2, 11–14 aggregates were transferred into the uterine horns of 2.5 d.p.c pseudo-pregnant surrogate mothers (mated with vasectomized males). The chimeric pups were obtained and dissected at 14.5 d.p.c. Microarray gene expression analysis. Purified cRNA samples were prepared with the linear TotalPrep RNA Amplification Kit (Ambion) from 500 ng original RNA, involving synthesis of double-stranded cDNA by T7-promoter-linked oligo(dT) primers and 14 hours of in-vitro transcription incorporating biotin-labelled nucleotides. Hybridizations onto MouseRef 8 v2.0 Expression BeadChips (Illumina) was performed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Two replicates were hybridized from each sample. Chips were stained with streptavidin-Cy3 (GE Healthcare) and scanned using an iScan reader (Illumina). The bead intensities were mapped to gene information using BeadStudio 3.2 (Illumina). Background correction was performed using the Affymetrix robust multiarray analysis (RMA) background correction model. Variance stabilization was performed by log2 scaling, and gene expression normalization was calculated with the method implemented in the lumi package of R-Bioconductor.
 
Overall design Samples were hybridised as biological replicates. 26 samples were analyzed.

iPSC[GSCneonatal]#1: iPSC day 10 from GSC, clone 1, 2 biological rep
iPSC[GSCneonatal]#2: iPSC day 10 from GSC, clone 2, 2 biological rep
iPSC[GSCadult]#1: iPSC day 40 from GSC, clone 1, 2 biological rep
iPSC[GSCadult]#2: iPSC day 40 from GSC, clone 2, 2 biological rep
gPSC[GSCneonatal]#1: gPSC day 10 from GSC, clone 1, 2 biological rep
gPSC[GSCneonatal]#2: gPSC day 10 from GSC, clone 2, 2 biological rep
gPSC[GSCadult]#1: gPSC day 40 from GSC, clone 1, 2 biological rep
gPSC[GSCadult]#2: gPSC day 40 from GSC, clone 2, 2 biological rep
ESC: OG2 ESCs, 2 biological rep
iPSC[MEF]: iPSC (Tet-4F) from OG2 MEFs, 2 biological rep
GSC[neonatal]: GSC day 10, 2 biological rep
GSC[adult]: GSC day 40, 2 biological rep
MEF: Mouse embryonic fibroblasts, 2 biological rep
 
Contributor(s) Tiemann U, Wu G, Araúzo-Bravo MJ, Marthaler AG, Tapia N, Schöler HR
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Submission date Dec 18, 2012
Last update date Jun 14, 2018
Contact name Marcos J Araúzo-Bravo
E-mail(s) mararabra@yahoo.co.uk
Organization name Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
Department Cell and Developmental Biology
Lab Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Street address Rontgenstr. 20
City Muenster
ZIP/Postal code 48149
Country Germany
 
Platforms (1)
GPL6885 Illumina MouseRef-8 v2.0 expression beadchip
Samples (26)
GSM1054595 iPSC[GSCneonatal]#1 rep1
GSM1054596 iPSC[GSCneonatal]#1 rep2
GSM1054597 iPSC[GSCneonatal]#2 rep1
Relations
BioProject PRJNA184031

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Supplementary file Size Download File type/resource
GSE42993_RAW.tar 3.1 Mb (http)(custom) TAR
GSE42993_non_normalized.txt.gz 3.9 Mb (ftp)(http) TXT
Processed data included within Sample table
Raw data are available on Series record

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