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S.cerevisiae INO80 is required for promoter proximal nucleosome remodeling.

ABSTRACT: During transcription, nucleosomes are evicted from regulatory and coding regions yet chromatin structure is stable. Restoration of chromatin structure involves concerted action of chromatin modifying activities. Our analysis demonstrates a genome wide function of the INO80 remodeling complex for stable repositioning of the nucleosome immediately proximal to the transcription initiation site. INO80 dependent remodeling of the promoter proximal nucleosomes has a global repressive role. Recruitment of INO80 to proximal nucleosomes overlaps with the elongating Polymerase II complex assembly. The amount of associated Polymerase II at start sites correlates with INO80 recruitment for inducible and constantly transcribed genes. Furthermore, at highly inducible promoters INO80 is required for repression of bidirectional transcription. Therefore, we suggest a function for INO80 after transcription initiation to achieve Polymerase II dependent reassembly of promoter proximal nucleosomes.

SUBMITTER: Chenchen Zhu 

PROVIDER: E-MTAB-1810 | BioStudies | 2016-12-24

REPOSITORIES: biostudies

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