Transcriptomics

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TIAR represses c-Myc biosynthesis following ultraviolet light irradiation


ABSTRACT: RNA was isolated from material that had been subjected to immunoprecipitation (IP) from RKO cells that were either left untreated or irradiated with 20 J/m2 UVC and collected 1h later; IP assays were carried out using either an antibody recognizing RNA-binding protein TIAR, or using a control IgG1 antibody. RNA was reverse-transcribed in the presence of [alpha-33P]dCTP and the radiolabeled product used to hybridize human cDNA arrays. The experiment was repeated using three independent sample sets. The samples were numbered Tc-1, Tc-2, Tc-3, Tuv-1, Tuv-2, Tuv-3, IgG1c-1, IgG1c-2, IgG1c-3, IgG1uv-1, IgG1uv-2, and IgG1uv-3. ‘Tc’ denotes RNA from IP reactions using untreated cells and anti-TIAR antibody, ‘Tuv’ denotes RNA from IP reactions using UVC-treated cells and anti-TIAR antibody, ‘IgG1c’ denotes RNA from IP reactions using untreated cells and anti-IgG1 antibody, and ‘IgG1uv’ denotes RNA from IP reactions using UVC-treated cells and anti-IgG1 antibody. The numbers 1, 2 and 3 correspond to the three independent experimental datasets. Keywords = post-transcriptional / translation / nascent protein synthesis / stress response / ribonomics Keywords: ordered

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Jennifer L Martindale   Myriam Gorospe   Tomoko Kawai  Krystyna Mazan-Mamczarz  Ashish Lal 

PROVIDER: E-GEOD-1433 | ArrayExpress | 2010-06-09

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): GSE1433PRJNA89969

REPOSITORIES: GEO, ArrayExpress

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Translational repression by RNA-binding protein TIAR.

Mazan-Mamczarz Krystyna K   Lal Ashish A   Martindale Jennifer L JL   Kawai Tomoko T   Gorospe Myriam M  

Molecular and cellular biology 20060401 7


The RNA-binding protein TIAR has been proposed to inhibit protein synthesis transiently by promoting the formation of translationally silent stress granules. Here, we report the selective binding of TIAR to several mRNAs encoding translation factors such as eukaryotic initiation factor 4A (eIF4A) and eIF4E (translation initiation factors), eEF1B (a translation elongation factor), and c-Myc (which transcriptionally controls the expression of numerous translation regulatory proteins). TIAR bound t  ...[more]

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