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Non redundant functions of ATM and DNAPKcs in response to clean DNA Double Strand Breaks.

ABSTRACT: DNA Double Strand Breaks (DSBs) are harmful lesions that require rapid detection and repair in order to avoid toxic genomic rearrangements. DSBs elicit the so called DNA Damage Response (DDR), largely relying on ataxia telangiectasia mutated (ATM) and DNA Protein Kinase (DNAPK), two members of the PI3K-like kinase family, whose respective functions during the sequential steps of the DDR remains controversial. Using the DIvA cell line, expressing the AsiSI restriction enzyme, we have investigated the role of ATM and DNAPK in several aspects of the DDR upon induction of multiple clean DSBs throughout the human genome. High resolution mapping revealed that they are activated and spread in cis on a confined region surrounding all DSBs, independently of the pathway used for repair. However, a thorough analysis of repair kinetics, H2AX domain establishment and H2AX foci structure and dynamics revealed non overlapping functions for the two kinases once recruited at DSBs. Our results suggest that ATM is not solely acting on chromatin marks but also on chromatin organisation in order to ensure repair accuracy and survival.

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  


PROVIDER: E-MTAB-2992 | ArrayExpress | 2015-09-30


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