Simultaneous brain cell type and lineage determined by scRNA-seq reveals stereotyped cortical development

Anderson DJ, Pauler F, Mckenna A, Shendure J, Hippenmeyer S, Horwitz MS. 2022. Simultaneous brain cell type and lineage determined by scRNA-seq reveals stereotyped cortical development. Cell Systems. 13(6), 438–453.e5.

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Anderson, Donovan J.; Pauler, FlorianISTA; Mckenna, Aaron; Shendure, Jay; Hippenmeyer, SimonISTA ; Horwitz, Marshall S.
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Mutations are acquired frequently, such that each cell's genome inscribes its history of cell divisions. Common genomic alterations involve loss of heterozygosity (LOH). LOH accumulates throughout the genome, offering large encoding capacity for inferring cell lineage. Using only single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) of mouse brain cells, we found that LOH events spanning multiple genes are revealed as tracts of monoallelically expressed, constitutionally heterozygous single-nucleotide variants (SNVs). We simultaneously inferred cell lineage and marked developmental time points based on X chromosome inactivation and the total number of LOH events while identifying cell types from gene expression patterns. Our results are consistent with progenitor cells giving rise to multiple cortical cell types through stereotyped expansion and distinct waves of neurogenesis. This type of retrospective analysis could be incorporated into scRNA-seq pipelines and, compared with experimental approaches for determining lineage in model organisms, is applicable where genetic engineering is prohibited, such as humans.
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2022-06-15
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Cell Systems
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13
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438-453.e5
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Anderson DJ, Pauler F, Mckenna A, Shendure J, Hippenmeyer S, Horwitz MS. Simultaneous brain cell type and lineage determined by scRNA-seq reveals stereotyped cortical development. Cell Systems. 2022;13(6):438-453.e5. doi:10.1016/j.cels.2022.03.006
Anderson, D. J., Pauler, F., Mckenna, A., Shendure, J., Hippenmeyer, S., & Horwitz, M. S. (2022). Simultaneous brain cell type and lineage determined by scRNA-seq reveals stereotyped cortical development. Cell Systems. Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cels.2022.03.006
Anderson, Donovan J., Florian Pauler, Aaron Mckenna, Jay Shendure, Simon Hippenmeyer, and Marshall S. Horwitz. “Simultaneous Brain Cell Type and Lineage Determined by ScRNA-Seq Reveals Stereotyped Cortical Development.” Cell Systems. Elsevier, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cels.2022.03.006.
D. J. Anderson, F. Pauler, A. Mckenna, J. Shendure, S. Hippenmeyer, and M. S. Horwitz, “Simultaneous brain cell type and lineage determined by scRNA-seq reveals stereotyped cortical development,” Cell Systems, vol. 13, no. 6. Elsevier, p. 438–453.e5, 2022.
Anderson DJ, Pauler F, Mckenna A, Shendure J, Hippenmeyer S, Horwitz MS. 2022. Simultaneous brain cell type and lineage determined by scRNA-seq reveals stereotyped cortical development. Cell Systems. 13(6), 438–453.e5.
Anderson, Donovan J., et al. “Simultaneous Brain Cell Type and Lineage Determined by ScRNA-Seq Reveals Stereotyped Cortical Development.” Cell Systems, vol. 13, no. 6, Elsevier, 2022, p. 438–453.e5, doi:10.1016/j.cels.2022.03.006.

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