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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27790215/the-scavenger-receptor-ssc5d-physically-interacts-with-bacteria-through-the-srcr-containing-n-terminal-domain
#1
Catarina Bessa Pereira, Markéta Bocková, Rita F Santos, Ana Mafalda Santos, Mafalda Martins de Araújo, Liliana Oliveira, Jiří Homola, Alexandre M Carmo
The scavenger receptor cysteine-rich (SRCR) family comprises a group of membrane-attached or secreted proteins that contain one or more modules/domains structurally similar to the membrane distal domain of type I macrophage scavenger receptor. Although no all-inclusive biological function has been ascribed to the SRCR family, some of these receptors have been shown to recognize pathogen-associated molecular patterns (PAMP) of bacteria, fungi, or other microbes. SSc5D is a recently described soluble SRCR receptor produced by monocytes/macrophages and T lymphocytes, consisting of an N-terminal portion, which contains five SRCR modules, and a large C-terminal mucin-like domain...
2016: Frontiers in Immunology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27776129/analysis-of-the-physiological-activities-of-scd6-through-its-interaction-with-hmt1
#2
Pham Thi Kim Lien, Keiichi Izumikawa, Kei Muroi, Kaoru Irie, Yasuyuki Suda, Kenji Irie
Scd6, a yeast homologue of human RAP55, is a component of messenger ribonucleoproteins (mRNPs) that repress translation by binding to translation initiation factors, and also is a decapping activator along with the binding partners Edc3 and Dhh1. Herein, we report that Scd6 is a substrate of the intrinsic protein arginine methyltransferase, Hmt1, in budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mass spectrometric analysis revealed that several arginine residues within the Scd6 RGG motif, which is important for mRNA binding, were methylated in Hmt1 dependent manner...
2016: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27613419/arginine-methylation-promotes-translation-repression-activity-of-eif4g-binding-protein-scd6
#3
Gopalakrishna Poornima, Shanaya Shah, Venkadasubramanian Vignesh, Roy Parker, Purusharth I Rajyaguru
Regulation of translation plays a critical role in determining mRNA fate. A new role was recently reported for a subset of RGG-motif proteins in repressing translation initiation by binding eIF4G1. However the signaling mechanism(s) that leads to spatial and temporal regulation of repression activity of RGG-motif proteins remains unknown. Here we report the role of arginine methylation in regulation of repression activity of Scd6, a conserved RGG-motif protein. We demonstrate that Scd6 gets arginine methylated at its RGG-motif and Hmt1 plays an important role in its methylation...
November 2, 2016: Nucleic Acids Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26455898/the-scd6-lsm14-protein-xrapb-has-properties-different-from-rap55-in-selecting-mrna-for-early-translation-or-intracellular-distribution-in-xenopus-oocytes
#4
Michael Ladomery, John Sommerville
Oocytes accumulate mRNAs in the form of maternal ribonucleoprotein (RNP) particles, the protein components of which determine the location and stability of individual mRNAs prior to translation. Scd6/Lsm14 proteins, typified by RAP55, function in a wide range of eukaryotes in repressing translation and relocating mRNPs to processing bodies and stress granules. In Xenopus laevis, the RAP55 orthologue xRAPA fulfils these functions. Here we describe the properties of a variant of xRAPA, xRAPB, which is a member of the Lsm14B group...
November 2015: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24087925/functional-characterization-of-the-trypanosome-translational-repressor-scd6
#5
Marina Cristodero, Bernd Schimanski, Manfred Heller, Isabel Roditi
The storage of translationally inactive mRNAs in cytosolic granules enables cells to react flexibly to environmental changes. In eukaryotes, Scd6 (suppressor of clathrin deficiency 6)/Rap55 (RNA-associated protein 55), a member of the LSm14 (like-Sm14) family, is an important factor in the formation and activity of P-bodies, where mRNA decay factors accumulate, in stress granules that store mRNAs under adverse conditions and in granules that store developmentally regulated mRNAs. SCD6 from Trypanosoma brucei (TbSCD6) shares the same domain architecture as orthologous proteins in other organisms and is also present in cytosolic granules (equivalent to P-bodies)...
January 1, 2014: Biochemical Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23676662/scd6-induces-ribonucleoprotein-granule-formation-in-trypanosomes-in-a-translation-independent-manner-regulated-by-its-lsm-and-rgg-domains
#6
Timothy Krüger, Mario Hofweber, Susanne Kramer
Ribonucleoprotein (RNP) granules are cytoplasmic, microscopically visible structures composed of RNA and protein with proposed functions in mRNA decay and storage. Trypanosomes have several types of RNP granules, but lack most of the granule core components identified in yeast and humans. The exception is SCD6/Rap55, which is essential for processing body (P-body) formation. In this study, we analyzed the role of trypanosome SCD6 in RNP granule formation. Upon overexpression, the majority of SCD6 aggregates to multiple granules enriched at the nuclear periphery that recruit both P-body and stress granule proteins, as well as mRNAs...
July 2013: Molecular Biology of the Cell
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22686455/acidic-stress-induces-the-formation-of-p-bodies-but-not-stress-granules-with-mild-attenuation-of-bulk-translation-in-saccharomyces-cerevisiae
#7
COMPARATIVE STUDY
Aya Iwaki, Shingo Izawa
The stress response of eukaryotic cells often causes an attenuation of bulk translation activity and the accumulation of non-translating mRNAs into cytoplasmic mRNP (messenger ribonucleoprotein) granules termed cytoplasmic P-bodies (processing bodies) and SGs (stress granules). We examined effects of acidic stress on the formation of mRNP granules compared with other forms of stress such as glucose deprivation and a high Ca²⁺ level in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Treatment with lactic acid clearly caused the formation of P-bodies, but not SGs, and also caused an attenuation of translation initiation, albeit to a lesser extent than glucose depletion...
September 1, 2012: Biochemical Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22366449/inhibition-of-mrna-maturation-in-trypanosomes-causes-the-formation-of-novel-foci-at-the-nuclear-periphery-containing-cytoplasmic-regulators-of-mrna-fate
#8
Susanne Kramer, Aline Marnef, Nancy Standart, Mark Carrington
Maturation of all cytoplasmic mRNAs in trypanosomes involves trans-splicing of a short exon at the 5' end. Inhibition of trans-splicing results in an accumulation of partially processed oligocistronic mRNAs. Here, we show that the accumulation of newly synthesised partially processed mRNAs results in the formation of foci around the periphery of the nucleus. These nuclear periphery granules (NPGs) contain the full complement of P-body proteins identified in trypanosomes to date, as well as poly(A)-binding protein 2 and the trypanosome homologue of the RNA helicase VASA...
June 15, 2012: Journal of Cell Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22284680/scd6-targets-eif4g-to-repress-translation-rgg-motif-proteins-as-a-class-of-eif4g-binding-proteins
#9
Purusharth Rajyaguru, Meipei She, Roy Parker
The formation of mRNPs controls the interaction of the translation and degradation machinery with individual mRNAs. The yeast Scd6 protein and its orthologs regulate translation and mRNA degradation in yeast, C. elegans, D. melanogaster, and humans by an unknown mechanism. We demonstrate that Scd6 represses translation by binding the eIF4G subunit of eIF4F in a manner dependent on its RGG domain, thereby forming an mRNP repressed for translation initiation. Strikingly, several other RGG domain-containing proteins in yeast copurify with eIF4E/G and we demonstrate that two such proteins, Npl3 and Sbp1, also directly bind eIF4G and repress translation in a manner dependent on their RGG motifs...
January 27, 2012: Molecular Cell
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22085934/the-structural-basis-of-edc3-and-scd6-mediated-activation-of-the-dcp1-dcp2-mrna-decapping-complex
#10
COMPARATIVE STUDY
Simon A Fromm, Vincent Truffault, Julia Kamenz, Joerg E Braun, Niklas A Hoffmann, Elisa Izaurralde, Remco Sprangers
The Dcp1:Dcp2 decapping complex catalyses the removal of the mRNA 5' cap structure. Activator proteins, including Edc3 (enhancer of decapping 3), modulate its activity. Here, we solved the structure of the yeast Edc3 LSm domain in complex with a short helical leucine-rich motif (HLM) from Dcp2. The motif interacts with the monomeric Edc3 LSm domain in an unprecedented manner and recognizes a noncanonical binding surface. Based on the structure, we identified additional HLMs in the disordered C-terminal extension of Dcp2 that can interact with Edc3...
January 18, 2012: EMBO Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20832728/decapping-activators-in-saccharomyces-cerevisiae-act-by-multiple-mechanisms
#11
Tracy Nissan, Purusharth Rajyaguru, Meipei She, Haiwei Song, Roy Parker
Eukaryotic mRNA degradation often occurs in a process whereby translation initiation is inhibited and the mRNA is targeted for decapping. In yeast cells, Pat1, Scd6, Edc3, and Dhh1 all function to promote decapping by an unknown mechanism(s). We demonstrate that purified Scd6 and a region of Pat1 directly repress translation in vitro by limiting the formation of a stable 48S preinitiation complex. Moreover, while Pat1, Edc3, Dhh1, and Scd6 all bind the decapping enzyme, only Pat1 and Edc3 enhance its activity...
September 10, 2010: Molecular Cell
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20519435/defects-in-the-secretory-pathway-and-high-ca2-induce-multiple-p-bodies
#12
Cornelia Kilchert, Julie Weidner, Cristina Prescianotto-Baschong, Anne Spang
mRNA is sequestered and turned over in cytoplasmic processing bodies (PBs), which are induced by various cellular stresses. Unexpectedly, in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, mutants of the small GTPase Arf1 and various secretory pathway mutants induced a significant increase in PB number, compared with PB induction by starvation or oxidative stress. Exposure of wild-type cells to osmotic stress or high extracellular Ca(2+) mimicked this increase in PB number. Conversely, intracellular Ca(2+)-depletion strongly reduced PB formation in the secretory mutants...
August 1, 2010: Molecular Biology of the Cell
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/18713834/heat-shock-causes-a-decrease-in-polysomes-and-the-appearance-of-stress-granules-in-trypanosomes-independently-of-eif2-alpha-phosphorylation-at-thr169
#13
Susanne Kramer, Rafael Queiroz, Louise Ellis, Helena Webb, Jörg D Hoheisel, Christine Clayton, Mark Carrington
In trypanosomes there is an almost total reliance on post-transcriptional mechanisms to alter gene expression; here, heat shock was used to investigate the response to an environmental signal. Heat shock rapidly and reversibly induced a decrease in polysome abundance, and the consequent changes in mRNA metabolism were studied. Both heat shock and polysome dissociation were necessary for (1) a reduction in mRNA levels that was more rapid than normal turnover, (2) an increased number of P-body-like granules that contained DHH1, SCD6 and XRNA, (3) the formation of stress granules that remained largely separate from the P-body-like granules and localise to the periphery of the cell and, (4) an increase in the size of a novel focus located at the posterior pole of the cell that contain XRNA, but neither DHH1 nor SCD6...
September 15, 2008: Journal of Cell Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17074753/rap55-a-cytoplasmic-mrnp-component-represses-translation-in-xenopus-oocytes
#14
Kimio J Tanaka, Kenji Ogawa, Masatoshi Takagi, Naoko Imamoto, Ken Matsumoto, Masafumi Tsujimoto
mRNAs in eukaryotic cells are presumed to always associate with a set of proteins to form mRNPs. In Xenopus oocytes, a large pool of maternal mRNAs is masked from the translational apparatus as storage mRNPs. Here we identified Xenopus RAP55 (xRAP55) as a component of RNPs that associate with FRGY2, the principal component of maternal mRNPs. RAP55 is a member of the Scd6 or Lsm14 family. RAP55 localized to cytoplasmic foci in Xenopus oocytes and the processing bodies (P-bodies) in cultured human cells: in the latter cells, RAP55 is an essential constituent of the P-bodies...
December 29, 2006: Journal of Biological Chemistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/16636142/car-1-and-trailer-hitch-driving-mrnp-granule-function-at-the-er
#15
REVIEW
Carolyn J Decker, Roy Parker
The targeting of messenger RNAs (mRNAs) to specific subcellular sites for local translation plays an important role in diverse cellular and developmental processes in eukaryotes, including axis formation, cell fate determination, spindle pole regulation, cell motility, and neuronal synaptic plasticity. Recently, a new conserved class of Lsm proteins, the Scd6 family, has been implicated in controlling mRNA function. Depletion or mutation of members of the Scd6 family, Caenorhabditis elegans CAR-1 and Drosophila melanogaster trailer hitch, lead to a variety of developmental phenotypes, which in some cases can be linked to alterations in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER)...
April 24, 2006: Journal of Cell Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11561119/high-circulating-levels-of-soluble-scavenger-receptors-scd5-and-scd6-in-patients-with-primary-sj%C3%A3-gren-s-syndrome
#16
M Ramos-Casals, J Font, M García-Carrasco, J Calvo, L Places, O Padilla, R Cervera, M A Bowen, F Lozano, M Ingelmo
OBJECTIVE: To determine the existence of circulating levels of soluble scavenger receptors (sCD5 and sCD6) in patients with primary Sjögren's syndrome (SS), and to analyse the correlation with clinical and immunological features of SS. METHODS: Ninety consecutive patients with primary SS were studied. All patients fulfilled four or more of the European diagnostic criteria for SS. sCD5 and sCD6 levels were determined using a specific enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) developed in our laboratory...
September 2001: Rheumatology
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