Mapping the Interaction Network of Key Proteins Involved in Histone mRNA Generation: A Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Study.
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Instytut Biochemii i Biofizyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk
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EN
Czasopismo
Journal of molecular biology
ISSN
0022-2836
EISSN
1089-8638
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ACADEMIC PRESS LTD- ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD
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Rok publikacji
2016
Numer zeszytu
6
Strony od-do
1180-1196
Numer tomu
428
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FLASH;
Lsm11;
Mass spectrometry;
NPAT;
U7 snRNP
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EN
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Histone pre-mRNAs are cleaved at the 3' end by a complex that contains U7 snRNP, the FLICE-associated huge protein (FLASH) and histone pre-mRNA cleavage complex (HCC) consisting of several polyadenylation factors. Within the complex, the N terminus of FLASH interacts with the N terminus of the U7 snRNP protein Lsm11, and together they recruit the HCC. FLASH through its distant C terminus independently interacts with the C-terminal SANT/Myb-like domain of nuclear protein, ataxia-telangiectasia locus (NPAT), a transcriptional co-activator required for expression of histone genes in S phase. To gain structural information on these interactions, we used mass spectrometry to monitor hydrogen/deuterium exchange in various regions of FLASH, Lsm11 and NPAT alone or in the presence of their respective binding partners. Our results indicate that the FLASH-interacting domain in Lsm11 is highly dynamic, while the more downstream region required for recruiting the HCC exchanges deuterium slowly and likely folds into a stable structure. In FLASH, a stable structure is adopted by the domain that interacts with Lsm11 and this domain is further stabilized by binding Lsm11. Notably, both hydrogen/deuterium exchange experiments and in vitro binding assays demonstrate that Lsm11, in addition to interacting with the N-terminal region of FLASH, also contacts the C-terminal SANT/Myb-like domain of FLASH, the same region that binds NPAT. However, while NPAT stabilizes this domain, Lsm11 causes its partial relaxation. These competing reactions may play a role in regulating histone gene expression in vivo.
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