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Expression of a Knocked-In AML1-ETO Leukemia Gene Inhibits the Establishment of Normal Definitive Hematopoiesis and Directly Generates Dysplastic Hematopoietic Progenitors

Authors
 Tsukasa Okuda ; Zhongling Cai ; James R. Downing ; Hironori Harada ; Jan M.A. van Deursen ; Chuhl-joo Lyu ; Noel Lenny ; Shouli Yang 
Citation
 Blood, Vol.91(9) : 3134~3143, 1998 
Journal Title
 Blood 
ISSN
 0006-4971 
Issue Date
1998
Abstract
The t(8;21)-encoded AML1-ETO chimeric product is believed to be causally involved in up to 15% of acute myelogenous leukemias through an as yet unknown mechanism. To directly investigate the role of AML1-ETO in leukemogenesis, we used gene targeting to create an AML1-ETO "knock-in" allele that mimics the t(8;21). Unexpectedly, embryos heterozygous for AML1-ETO (AML1-ETO/+) died around E13.5 from a complete absence of normal fetal liver-derived definitive hematopoiesis and lethal hemorrhages. This phenotype was similar to that seen following homozygous disruption of either AML1 or CBFbeta. However, in contrast to AML1- or CBFbeta-deficient embryos, fetal livers from AML1-ETO/+ embryos contained dysplastic multilineage hematopoietic progenitors that had an abnormally high self-renewal capacity in vitro. To further document the role of AML1-ETO in these growth abnormalities, we used retroviral transduction to express AML1-ETO in murine adult bone marrow-derived hematopoietic progenitors. AML1-ETO-expressing cells were again found to have an increased self-renewal capacity and could be readily established into immortalized cell lines in vitro. Taken together, these studies suggest that AML1-ETO not only neutralizes the normal biologic activity of AML1 but also directly induces aberrant hematopoietic cell proliferation.
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http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/142700
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