Genetic suppressor elements (GSEs) are short biologically active gene fragments that encode inhibitory antisense RNAs or truncated proteins that function as negative dominants. GSEs can be constructed from a single gene or isolated from a multigene library consisting of short random fragments of the target gene or genes. The goal of this study was to determine if gene inhibition in bacterial cells could be achieved by isolating GSEs from a genomic library. Additionally, if it was possible to use GSEs to inhibit gene function in E. coli JM109DE3 cells, could this method be used to locate and determine the function of unknown genes? In this study, antisense GSEs were isolated clearly showing that it was possible to inhibit function of known and unknown genes in bacterial cells using genetic suppressor elements derived from a genomic library.
The glp-1 gene product mediates cell-cell interactions required for cell fate specification during development in Caenorhabditis elegans. To identify genes that interact with glp-1, we screened for dominant suppressors of two temperature-sensitive glp-1 alleles and recovered 18 mutations that suppress both germline and embryonic glp-1 phenotypes. These dominant suppressors are tightly linked to glp-1 and do not bypass the requirement for a distal tip cell, which is thought to be the source of a signal that is received and transduced by the GLP-1 protein. Using single-strand conformation polymorphism (SSCP) analysis and DNA sequencing, we found that at least 17 suppressors are second-site intragenic revertants. The suppressors, like the original glp-1(ts) mutations, are all located in the cdc10/SWI6/ankyrin domain of GLP-1. cdc10/SWI6/ankyrin motifs have been shown to mediate specific protein-protein interactions in other polypeptides. We propose that the glp-1(ts) mutations disrupt contact between GLP-1
kis1 encodes an essential protein.(A, B) Identification of kis1. (A) A multicopy suppressor plasmid of kis1-1 contained an insert with the indicated region of c
Currently, my work is focused on two projects. The first project deals with the the identification of genetic suppressors of tir-1-1 mediated auxin resistance. In my second project I am studying natural variation in transcriptional auxin responses. Additional interests comprise the natural variation of responses jasmonates and other oxylipins. ...
In a blistering rebuke to government-sponsored entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac at this weeks Obama-administration hosted conference on the future of housing finance, Geithner blasted the two for lowering their underwriting standards to provide unbacked guarantees for riskier mortgages while simultaneously accumulating portfolios of mortgage-backed securities that at their greatest reached more than $1.6 trillion.
We have characterized recessive and dominant omnipotent suppressor mutations obtained by conversion of the leu2-1 UAA mutation and the met8-UAG mutation in a ψ+ strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The suppressors that act recessively upon these markers fell into two complementation groups; the sup47 and sup36 suppressors show linkage to the tyr1 locus and the aro1 locus, respectively. Of the suppressors acting dominantly upon both markers, those linked to the tyr1 locus are alleles of the SUP46 ribosomal mutation. The sup47 suppressors differ from the SUP46 suppressors not only in their suppressor activities in heterozygous diploids but also in their map positions relative to the tyr1 locus and their effects on the S11 ribosomal protein. The remaining dominant suppressors are not alleles of sup36 as judged by linkage analysis. The recessive suppressors and the dominant suppressors also differ in their effects on cell growth.. ...
The ampA gene is critical for Dictyostelium discoideum cell migration. To help understand the elusive ampA migrational pathway, second site suppressors were created by REMI mutagenesis. Three novel genes were identified as suppressors of the AmpA overexpressing increased migration phenotype. In order to understand and characterize the novel suppressor gene functions, mRFP fusion proteins were created and knockout cell lines were established. Isolation and characterization results of the three suppressors are described. REMI mutagenesis was used to identify second site suppressors of a primary mutation in AmpA overexpression. REMI involves the random insertion of a blasticidin resistance cassette into the genome and disruption of residing genes. Disruption of a gene participating in the ampA pathway will produce an alteration in phenotype. I screened for mutants which suppressed the large plaque phenotype in ampAOE cells; the plaque sizes are a reflection of their increased migration. Three ...
In malignant melanoma (MM), we have shown that elevated levels of the tumor marker, S100B, binds directly to wild-type (wt) p53, dissociates the p53 tetramer, e...
What is the high-resolution structure of genetic interaction networks? To build a map of genetic interactions we employ high throughput suppressor screens using conditional lethal alleles. We use forward and reverse genetic approaches to explore a large fraction of sequence space allowing us to identify both those genes (and their products) that interact and the sequence specificity of those interactions. Our ultimate aim is to infer the rules that govern the interaction and co-evolution of genes ...
The small GTPase RHO-1 is an important regulator of neurotransmission. Caenorhabditis elegans nematodes expressing activated RHO-1 (G14V) in their cholinergic motor neurons (nRHO-1*) become hypersensitive to the acetylcholinesterase inhibitor aldicarb, demonstrating increased acetylcholine release, and acquire a highly loopy, uncoordinated locomotion. RHO-1 inhibits diacylglycerol kinase (DGK-1), and so increases the availability of diacylglycerol (DAG), a key second messenger for release at the presynaptic membrane. Inhibiting RHO-1 in a dgk-1 mutant causes a decrease in neurotransmitter release, demonstrating the presence of additional targets downstream of RHO-1. During a forward genetic screen for suppressors of the loopy locomotion of nRHO-1* animals we obtained a mutant, nz94, which carried an additional fainter phenotype, helping us identify it as an allele of unc-80, a large, conserved protein, important in the localization of NCA-1 and NCA-2, C. elegans homologues of the novel ...
The temperature-sensitive prp24-1 mutation defines a gene product required for the first step in pre-mRNA splicing. PRP24 is probably a component of the U6 snRNP particle. We have applied genetic reversion analysis to identify proteins that interact with PRP24. Spontaneous revertants of the temperature-sensitive (ts) prp24-1 phenotype were analyzed for those that are due to extragenic suppression. We then extended our analysis to screen for suppressors that confer a distinct conditional phenotype. We have identified a temperature-sensitive extragenic suppressor, which was shown by genetic complementation analysis to be allelic to prp21-1. This suppressor, prp21-2, accumulates pre-mRNA at the non-permissive temperature, a phenotype similar to that of prp21-1. prp21-2 completely suppresses the splicing defect and restores in vivo levels of the U6 snRNA in the prp24-1 strain. Genetic analysis of the suppressor showed that prp21-2 is not a bypass suppressor of prp24-1. The suppression of prp24-1 by ...
This acquisition of mortgages was enabled by issuance of debt by the GSEs which currently amounts to about $1.5 trillion. Investors were willing to lend this money to Fannie and Freddie at terms more favorable than are available to other private companies, despite the fact that the net equity of the enterprises- about $70 billion last year- represents only 5% of their debt and only 1.5% of their combined debt plus mortgage guarantees. If I knew why investors were so willing to lend to the GSEs at such favorable terms, I think wed have at least part of the answer to the puzzle.. And I think the obvious answer is that investors were happy to lend to the GSEs because they thought that, despite the absence of explicit government guarantees, in practice the government would never allow them to default. And which part of the government is supposed to ensure this, exactly? The Federal Reserve comes to mind. Im thinking that there exists a time path for short term interest rates that would guarantee a ...
A method and a system for ion chromatography are disclosed. The system includes a small capacity suppressor column for suppressing the conductivity of the eluant carrying the ionic species being tested. The size of the suppressor column permits regeneration of the suppressor column between each sample tested to provide accurate and precise test results for every sample. The method permits regeneration of the suppressor column during the loading of each sequential sample to prevent impairment to productivity.
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Cross talk between distinct signaling pathways regulates filamentous growth: Previous work has demonstrated that filamentous growth in yeast is regulated by at least two distinct signaling pathways, one including elements of the pheromone-responsive MAP kinase cascade and the other involving cAMP signaling (Liuet al. 1994; Kübleret al. 1997; Lorenz and Heitman 1997). Genetic evidence is consistent with a model in which the cAMP signaling branch could be activated via a Mep2p-dependent mechanism upon ammonium starvation (Lorenz and Heitman 1997, 1998). Several lines of evidence indicate that there may be some cross talk between these two pathways. First, activation of the cAMP signaling pathway, by dominant mutations in RAS2 or GPA2, or by cAMP, suppresses the morphological defects associated with MAP kinase mutant strains (Lorenz and Heitman 1997). Second, as shown here, the dominant GPA2-2 allele strongly suppresses the pseudohyphal defect of a Δste12/Δste12 mutant strain, but only weakly ...
Release Factor 1 (RF1) recognizes the termination codons UAA and UAG, and is responsible for stopping translation at these codons. While obviously important for proper functioning of translation, the presence of RF1 also limits the amount of full-length protein produced if the gene contains an in-frame stop codon by competing with the Amber suppressor tRNA at the ribosome. This problem is compounded with each additional Amber in the gene, leading to a rapid dropoff of full-length protein isolated with greater than one stop codon. Until recently, it was thought that RF1 was essential for cell survival. Several methods have recently been used to make RF1 conditionally inessential, enabling its knockout. Mukai et al. introduced all seven essential genes normally ending in Amber codons on a plasmid, instead ending in UAA. [15] Johnson et al. "fixed" the expression of RF2, the other primary release factor in E. coli.[16] Both these measures enabled the knockout of RF1. The benefit of this knockout ...
The disabling, then lethal, nature of the rare disease in young men presses scientists to search for better therapeutic agents. Reyes and Ruohola-Baker are seeking ways to suppress the disorders characteristic functional and structural muscle defects.. Ruohola-Bakers lab originally identified the sphingosine 1-phosphate (S1P) pathway as a critical player in ameliorating muscular dystrophy in flies. Her lab did this through a large genetic suppressor screen using the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. Sphingosine 1-phosphate is found in the cells of most living beings from yeasts to mammals. Named after the enigmatic sphinx, this cell signal is important in many activities of living cells, from migration to proliferation. The multi-talented, bioactive lipid is essential, Reyes said, in turning stem cells into specific types of cells, in regenerating damaged tissue, and in inhibiting cell death. Without cell receptors for sphingosine 1-phosphate, an embryo would fail to develop.. Other ...
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Although mutations in a gene dubbed the guardian of the genome are recognized as being associated with more aggressive cancers, evidence suggests that the deleterious health effects of the mutated gene may in large part be due to other genetic abnormalities.
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4IBS: Structural studies of p53 inactivation by DNA-contact mutations and its rescue by suppressor mutations via alternative protein-DNA interactions.
The deletion of phenylalanine 508 in the first nucleotide binding site from the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator is directly connected with >90% of cystic fibrosis cases. some misfolding and suppressor mutations in the nucleotide binding and transmembrane domains had been evaluated for results for the folding and maturation from the proteins. The outcomes indicate how the isolated NBD1 responds to both ΔF508 mutation and intradomain suppressors of the mutation. Furthermore identification of the book second site suppressor from the defect within the next transmembrane site shows that ΔF508 also results interdomain interactions crucial for later on measures in the biosynthesis of CFTR. folding stability or efficiency. Alternatively they could alter the discussion of CFTR domains while departing the biochemical and biophysical properties from the isolated NBD unaltered. The suppressors may also possess little influence for the properties from the CFTR polypeptide in but may ...
Through an unbiased chemical screen, we identified C22, a small molecule that has a remarkably strong and specific effect on key events in OET in C. elegans. The embryonic lethality that results from even relatively low concentrations of C22 is completely penetrant, whereas other aspects of C. elegans development and lifespan appear unaffected, even at very high concentrations. The earliest detectable effect in embryos is osmotic sensitivity due to a permeable eggshell. This phenotype often occurs when factors required for the secretory pathway have impaired or reduced function (Hanna et al., 2013); in line with this observation, a genetic suppressor screen identified LET-607, a conserved CREBH-like transcription factor that targets genes encoding key ER and Golgi proteins, as an essential mediator of the embryonic lethality. Our data suggest that C22 treatment results in induction of let-607 expression. Higher levels of LET-607 lead to inappropriate upregulation of a variety of target genes ...
The HMM that is the basis for this family describes a small, pleiotropic protein, DksA (DnaK suppressor A), originally named as a multicopy suppressor of temperature sensitivity of dnaKJ mutants. DksA mutants are defective in quorum sensing, virulence, etc. DksA is now understood to bind RNA polymerase directly and modulate its response to small molecules to control the level of transcription of rRNA. Nearly all members of this family are in the Proteobacteria. Whether the closest homologs outside the Proteobacteria function equivalently is unknown. The low value set for the noise cutoff allows identification of possible DksA proteins from outside the proteobacteria. TIGR02419 describes a closely related family of short sequences usually found in prophage regions of proteobacterial genomes or in known phage ...
T heir nicknames are affectionate and they have long been known as the kindly siblings that help millions of Americans to buy a home. But Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, just like many of their mortgage holders, have fallen on hard times. The government helped out with a multi-billion dollar rescue but now wants them back on their own feet - and that is turning out to be the trickiest part of all.. Hearings begin today in Congress that will help determine whether the Federal National Mortgage Association and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation are to be split up and part of their operations wound down. The issue is fraught as Novembers midterm congressional elections loom - not least because these so-called government-sponsored entities (GSEs), along with the Federal Housing Administration, provide financing for nearly all of the mortgages being issued in the US today.. Overhauling agencies that are together propping up a fragile market is not only a political quagmire but one that holds ...
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入谷 英司 , 片桐 誠之 , 湊 純平 , 西川 匡子 ,p,活性汚泥への超音波照射と塩添加による協奏凝集効果を明らかにするため,超音波照射汚泥への添加無機塩のカチオン価数と濃度が,その回分重力沈降挙動におよぼす影響を調べた.その結果,Ca,sup,2+,/sup,やMg,sup,2+,/sup,の二価カチオンが超音波処理汚泥の沈降特性の改善に最も効果的であることが明らかとなった.たとえば,C … 化学工学論文集 43(5), 327-335, 2017 J-STAGE ...
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A specific behavioural response of Caenorhabditis elegans, the rapid increase of locomotion in response to anoxia/reoxygenation called the O2-ON response, has been used to model key aspects of ischaemia/reperfusion injury. A genetic suppressor screen demonstrated a direct causal role of CYP (cytochrome P450)-13A12 in this response and suggested that CYP-eicosanoids, which in mammals influence the contractility of cardiomyocytes and vascular smooth muscle cells, might function in C. elegans as specific regulators of the body muscle cell activity. In the present study we show that co-expression of CYP-13A12 with the NADPH-CYP-reductase EMB-8 in insect cells resulted in the reconstitution of an active microsomal mono-oxygenase system that metabolized EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and also AA (arachidonic acid) to specific sets of regioisomeric epoxy and hydroxy derivatives. The main products included 17,18-EEQ (17,18-epoxyeicosatetraenoic acid) from EPA and 14,15-EET (14,15-epoxyeicosatrienoic acid) ...
New Sequences ============= SCU65682 U65682 4225bp DNA PLN 27-AUG-1996 Saccharomyces cerevisiae multicopy suppressor of mrtg2-5 (ZDS1) gene, nuclear gene encoding mitochondrial protein, complete cds. ZDS1; Zds1p. SCU65683 U65683 1131bp DNA PLN 27-AUG-1996 Saccharomyces cerevisiae multicopy suppressor of mrtg2-5 (NCE2) gene, nuclear gene encoding mitochondrial protein, complete cds. NCE2; Nce2p. Please note that new sequences take about a week to appear in SGD. To obtain any of the yeast GenBank sequences use the NCBI retrieve e-mail server, retrieve at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - send the word help and instructions will be returned. World Wide Web links for sequences: Only Yeast: http://genome-www.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/genbank_search BLAST & FASTA: http://genome-www.stanford.edu/Saccharomyces/ NCBI (GenBank): http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Web/Search/ EBI (EMBL): http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ebi_docs/embl_db/ebi/topembl.html DDBJ: http://ftp2.ddbj.nig.ac.jp:8000/cgi-bin/getent/ ...
Background: Men who have sex with men (MSM) remain the group most affected by the HIV epidemic in the United States. At least one-quarter of MSM report engagement in group sex events (GSEs), which can pose a risk for HIV transmission and acquisition. In this study, identification of event-level correlates of sexual and drug use behaviours at GSEs was sought to better inform prevention activities.. Methods: For this study, participants were recruited via banner and pop-up advertisements placed on a geosocial networking mobile phone application that MSM use to meet men.. Results: Of the 1997 individuals who completed the study screener, 36.0% reported participating in at least one GSE in the prior year. In multivariable logistic regression analysis, attendance at a GSE in the past year was significantly associated with older age, full/part time employment and being HIV positive. Of the men who attended a GSE, more than half reported condomless anal sex (CAS) with at least one of their partners ...
A post doctoral position is available to study the insertion of membrane proteins into the Chlamy thylakoid. The project involves the analysis and cloning of extragenic suppressor mutations that suppress the negative effect of mutations in the signal petide of cytochrome f. These supressors were isolated so as to identify the protein translocation machinery of the thylakoid. Interested persons should have experience in genetics and/or molecular biology. For more information please contact Bruce Kohorn of Duke University, Botany Dept. Durham NC, 27708. (email: kohorn at acpub.duke.edu. ...
Some industry observers argue that preventing the GSEs from building up a capital reserve leaves them vulnerable to external forces, like a housing market downturn, and internal forces, such as accounting losses. Without net income, if Fannie or Freddie reports a large enough accounting loss, it would be forced to take a draw on the preferred share purchase line to pay the net worth-based dividend. If a GSEs net worth itself goes into the red, it would have to draw on the Treasury to cover the negative net worth amount, according to a March 18 FHFA report. With a sufficient capital buffer, they could offset losses on the books or negative net worth and avoid a draw ...
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Pyrrolysine, the 22nd cotranslationally inserted amino acid, was found in the Methanosarcina barkeri monomethylamine methyltransferase protein in a position that is encoded by an in-frame UAG stop codon in the mRNA. M. barkeri encodes a special amber suppressor tRNA (tRNA(Pyl)) that presumably recog …
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