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  A low-complexity region in human XRN1 directly recruits deadenylation and decapping factors in 5 '-3 ' messenger RNA decay.

Chang, C. T., Muthukumar, S., Weber, R., Levdansky, Y., Chen, Y., Bhandari, D., et al. (2019). A low-complexity region in human XRN1 directly recruits deadenylation and decapping factors in 5 '-3 ' messenger RNA decay. Nucleic Acids Research, 47(17), 9282-9295. doi:10.1093/nar/gkz633.

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Chang, C. T., Author
Muthukumar, S., Author
Weber, R., Author
Levdansky, Y., Author
Chen, Y.1, Author              
Bhandari, D., Author
Igreja, C., Author
Wohlbold, L., Author
Valkov, E., Author
Izaurralde, E., Author
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 Abstract: XRN1 is the major cytoplasmic exoribonuclease in eukaryotes, which degrades deadenylated and decapped mRNAs in the last step of the 5'-3' mRNA decay pathway. Metazoan XRN1 interacts with decapping factors coupling the final stages of decay. Here, we reveal a direct interaction between XRN1 and the CCR4-NOT deadenylase complex mediated by a low-complexity region in XRN1, which we term the 'C-terminal interacting region' or CIR. The CIR represses reporter mRNA deadenylation in human cells when overexpressed and inhibits CCR4-NOT and isolated CAF1 deadenylase activity in vitro. Through complementation studies in an XRN1-null cell line, we dissect the specific contributions of XRN1 domains and regions toward decay of an mRNA reporter. We observe that XRN1 binding to the decapping activator EDC4 counteracts the dominant negative effect of CIR overexpression on decay. Another decapping activator PatL1 directly interacts with CIR and alleviates the CIR-mediated inhibition of CCR4-NOT activity in vitro. Ribosome profiling revealed that XRN1 loss impacts not only on mRNA levels but also on the translational efficiency of many cellular transcripts likely as a consequence of incomplete decay. Our findings reveal an additional layer of direct interactions in a tightly integrated network of factors mediating deadenylation, decapping and 5'-3' exonucleolytic decay.

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2019-07-242019-09-26
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 Identifiers: DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkz633
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