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DDX3Y and other Male Specific Region of Y Chromosome Genes may modulate neuronal differentiation and mediate various biological pathways in addition to their well described role regulating spermatogenesis


ABSTRACT: Human tissue based proteomics projects are challenging due to low abundance of proteins and tissue specificity of protein expression. In this study, we aimed to develop a cell-based approach to profile the male specific region of the Y chromosome (MSY) proteins. First, we profiled the expression of 23 Y chromosome genes and 15 of their X-linked homologues during neural cell differentiation from NT2 cells at three different developmental stages using qRT-PCR, western blotting and immunofluorescent (IF) techniques. The expression level of 12 Y-linked genes significantly increased over neural differentiation. Including RBMY1, EIF1AY, DDX3Y1, HSFY1, BPY2, PCDH11Y, UTY, RPS4Y1, USP9Y, SRY, PRY, and ZFY. Subsequently, DDX3Y was selected as a candidate for knockdown as it was significantly expressed in neural progenitor cells and it is known to be expressed in a gender specific manner and play a role in spermatogenesis. A siRNA-mediated DDX3Y knockdown in neural progenitor cells impaired cell cycle progression and increased apoptosis, consequently interrupting differentiation. Label-free quantitative shotgun proteomics based on a spectral counting approach was then used to characterize the proteomic profile of the cells after DDX3Y knockdown. Among 920 reproducibly identified proteins detected, 74 proteins were differentially expressed following DDX3Y siRNA treatment compared to mock treated cells. Functional grouping indicated these proteins were associated with cell cycle, cell-to-cell signaling, apoptosis and other important networks such as RNA processing and transcription regulation. Disease-based analysis confirmed DDX3Y involvement primarily in neurological and RNA metabolism disorders. Our results confirm that MSY genes are expressed in male neuronal cells, and demonstrate that Y linked DDX3 (DDX3Y) could play a multifunctional role in neural cell development in a sexually dimorphic manner.

INSTRUMENT(S): LTQ

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Ghasem Hosseini Salekdeh  

PROVIDER: MSV000083949 | Massive | Mon Jun 10 13:25:00 BST 2019

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): PXD002428

REPOSITORIES: MassIVE

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DDX3Y, a Male-Specific Region of Y Chromosome Gene, May Modulate Neuronal Differentiation.

Vakilian Haghighat H   Mirzaei Mehdi M   Sharifi Tabar Mehdi M   Pooyan Paria P   Habibi Rezaee Lida L   Parker Lindsay L   Haynes Paul A PA   Gourabi Hamid H   Baharvand Hossein H   Salekdeh Ghasem Hosseini GH  

Journal of proteome research 20150722 9


Although it is apparent that chromosome complement mediates sexually dimorphic expression patterns of some proteins that lead to functional differences, there has been insufficient evidence following the manipulation of the male-specific region of the Y chromosome (MSY) gene expression during neural development. In this study, we profiled the expression of 23 MSY genes and 15 of their X-linked homologues during neural cell differentiation of NTERA-2 human embryonal carcinoma cell line (NT2) cell  ...[more]

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