A computational analysis of E2A gene in B & T-Cells Development [post]

Shouhartha Choudhury
2022 unpublished
The E2A (TCF3) gene reveals a dominant role during lymphocyte and CNS growth. E2A is an object of the E proteins family of TFs. E proteins encoded by bHLH TFs are a key moderator of B & T cells development. Precisely, sequencing of E proteins and antagonists reveals lymphoid development. The B & T cells lineage commitment suggested E2A, HEB, E2-2, ID2/ID3, and other bHLH TFs are necessary at a proximate phase of cellular maturation. E protein controls the responsibility of various factors and
more » ... tigen receptor-associated genes that promote Ig and TCR rearrangement coordinate cellular growth and survival via TCR signalling. In this research, I applied a computational technique for the genome-wide examination of bHLH TFs in two different organisms. This application can adapt purpose to gain current knowledge of particular TFs in the genome. My observation suggested E proteins, tissue-specific bHLH domain, and antagonists in two organisms. In light of E2A and other components elicit classical molecular mechanisms that reckon B & T- cells development. Therefore, I documented the results of E2A also illustrated the functional mechanism involved in E protein, ID2/ID3, and tissue-specific bHLH TFs in the mammal. In some conditions, the combined functions of E2A, E2-2, HEB, ID1-ID3, and other molecular interactions lead to tumour suppressor activity in tumour biology.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1535370/v1 fatcat:q6p3b464bvc5pj5daqnhm44jca