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  • 1
    Publication Date: 2018-03-17
    Description: The trypanosome R NA e diting s ubstrate binding c omplex (RESC) acts as the platform for mitochondrial uridine insertion/deletion RNA editing and facilitates the protein–protein and protein–RNA interactions required for the editing process . RESC is broadly comprised of two subcomplexes: GRBC ( g uide R NA b inding c omplex) and REMC ( R NA e diting m ediator c omplex). Here, we characterize the function and position in RESC organization of a previously unstudied RESC protein, MRB7260. We show that MRB7260 forms numerous RESC-related complexes, including a novel, small complex with the guide RNA binding protein, GAP1, which is a canonical GRBC component, and REMC components MRB8170 and TbRGG2. RNA immunoprecipitations in MRB7260-depleted cells show that MRB7260 is critical for normal RNA trafficking between REMC and GRBC. Analysis of protein–protein interactions also reveals an important role for MRB7260 in promoting stable association of the two subcomplexes. High-throughput sequencing analysis of RPS12 mRNAs from MRB7260 replete and depleted cells demonstrates that MRB7260 is critical for gRNA exchange and early gRNA utilization, with the exception of the initiating gRNA. Together, these data demonstrate that MRB7260 is essential for productive protein–RNA interactions with RESC during RNA editing.
    Print ISSN: 1355-8382
    Electronic ISSN: 1469-9001
    Topics: Biology , Medicine
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    Publication Date: 2018-03-06
    Description: Transcription factors (TFs) exert their regulatory influence through the binding of enhancers, resulting in coordination of gene expression programs. Active enhancers are often characterized by the presence of short, unstable transcripts termed enhancer RNAs (eRNAs). While their function remains unclear, we demonstrate that eRNAs are a powerful readout of TF activity. We infer sites of eRNA origination across hundreds of publicly available nascent transcription data sets and show that eRNAs initiate from sites of TF binding. By quantifying the colocalization of TF binding motif instances and eRNA origins, we derive a simple statistic capable of inferring TF activity. In doing so, we uncover dozens of previously unexplored links between diverse stimuli and the TFs they affect.
    Electronic ISSN: 1549-5469
    Topics: Biology , Medicine
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