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Global Analysis of Glucocorticoid Receptor-Associated Transcripts and Identification of a Target RNA Motif


ABSTRACT: Posttranscriptional regulation is emerging as a key factor in glucocorticoid (GC)-mediated gene regulation. We investigated the role of the human glucocorticoid receptor (GR) as an RNA-binding protein and its effect on mRNA turnover in human airway epithelial cells. Cell treatment with the potent GC budesonide accelerated the decay of CCL2 mRNA (t1/2=8±1 min vs. 62±17 min in DMSO-treated cells) and CCL7 mRNA (t1/2=15±4 min vs. 114±37 min), but not that of CCL5 mRNA (t1/2=231±8 min vs. 266±5 min) in the BEAS-2B cell line. This effect was inhibited by pre-incubation with an anti-GR antibody, indicating that GR itself plays a role in the turnover of these transcripts. Co-immunoprecipitation and biotin pulldown experiments showed that GR associates with CCL2 and CCL7 mRNAs, but not CCL5 mRNA. These methods confirmed CCL2 mRNA targeting by GR in human primary airway epithelial cells. Association of the GR was localized to the 5’UTR of CCL2 mRNA, and further mapped to nucleotides 44-60. The collection of transcripts associated with GR, identified by immunoprecipitation of GR-mRNA complexes followed by microarray analysis, revealed 479 transcripts that associated with GR. Computational analysis of the primary sequence and secondary structures of these transcripts yielded a GC-rich motif, which was shown to bind to GR in vitro. This motif was used to predict binding of GR to an additional 7889 transcripts. These results indicate that cytoplasmic GR interacts with a subset of mRNA through specific sequences and can regulate turnover rates, suggesting a novel posttranscriptional role for GR as an RNA-binding protein.

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens

PROVIDER: GSE24748 | GEO | 2011/06/24

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): PRJNA132147

REPOSITORIES: GEO

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