Site-specific acetylation mark on an essential chromatin-remodeling complex promotes resistance to replication stress

Georgette M. Charles, Changbin Chen, Susan C. Shih, Sean Collins, Pedro Beltrao, Xin Zhang, Tanu Sharma, Song Tan, Alma L. Burlingame, Nevan J. Krogan, Hiten D. Madhani, Geeta J. Narlikar

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Recent work has identified several posttranslational modifications (PTMs) on chromatin-remodeling complexes. Compared with our understanding of histone PTMs, significantly less is known about the functions of PTMs on remodeling complexes, because identification of their specific roles often is hindered by the presence of redundant pathways. Remodels the Structure of Chromatin (RSC) is an essential, multifunctional ATP-dependent chromatin-remodeling enzyme of Saccharomyces cerevisiae that preferentially binds acetylated nucleosomes. RSC is itself acetylated by Gcn5 on lysine 25 (K25) of its Rsc4 subunit, adjacent to two tandem bromodomains. It has been shown that an intramolecular interaction between the acetylation mark and the proximal bromodomain inhibits binding of the second bromodomain to acetylated histone H3 tails. We report here that acetylation does not significantly alter the catalytic activity of RSC or its ability to recognize histone H3-acetylated nucleosomes preferentially in vitro. However, we find that Rsc4 acetylation is crucial for resistance to DNA damage in vivo. Epistatic miniarray profiling of the rsc4-K25R mutant reveals an interaction with mutants in the INO80 complex, a mediator of DNA damage and replication stress tolerance. In the absence of a core INO80 subunit, rsc4-K25R mutants display sensitivity to hydroxy-urea and delayed S-phase progression under DNA damage. Thus, Rsc4 helps promote resistance to replication stress, and its single acetylation mark regulates this function. These studies offer an example of acetylation of a chromatin-remodeling enzyme controlling a biological output of the system rather than regulating its core enzymatic properties.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)10620-10625
Number of pages6
JournalProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Volume108
Issue number26
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 28 2011
Externally publishedYes

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Chromatin Assembly and Disassembly
Acetylation
Post Translational Protein Processing
DNA Damage
Chromatin
Nucleosomes
Histones
Histone Code
Mediator Complex
Hydroxyurea
Enzymes
DNA Replication
S Phase
Lysine
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Adenosine Triphosphate

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Site-specific acetylation mark on an essential chromatin-remodeling complex promotes resistance to replication stress. / Charles, Georgette M.; Chen, Changbin; Shih, Susan C.; Collins, Sean; Beltrao, Pedro; Zhang, Xin; Sharma, Tanu; Tan, Song; Burlingame, Alma L.; Krogan, Nevan J.; Madhani, Hiten D.; Narlikar, Geeta J.

In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 108, No. 26, 28.06.2011, p. 10620-10625.

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Charles, GM, Chen, C, Shih, SC, Collins, S, Beltrao, P, Zhang, X, Sharma, T, Tan, S, Burlingame, AL, Krogan, NJ, Madhani, HD & Narlikar, GJ 2011, 'Site-specific acetylation mark on an essential chromatin-remodeling complex promotes resistance to replication stress', Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 108, no. 26, pp. 10620-10625. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1019735108
Charles, Georgette M. ; Chen, Changbin ; Shih, Susan C. ; Collins, Sean ; Beltrao, Pedro ; Zhang, Xin ; Sharma, Tanu ; Tan, Song ; Burlingame, Alma L. ; Krogan, Nevan J. ; Madhani, Hiten D. ; Narlikar, Geeta J. / Site-specific acetylation mark on an essential chromatin-remodeling complex promotes resistance to replication stress. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2011 ; Vol. 108, No. 26. pp. 10620-10625.
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