Mikhaylova, O and Ignacak, ML and Barankiewicz, TJ and Harbaugh, SV and Yi, Y and Maxwell, PH and Schneider, M and Van Geyte, K and Carmeliet, P and Revelo, MP and Wyder, M and Greis, KD and Meller, J and Czyzyk-Krzeska, MF (2008) The von hippel-lindau tumor suppressor protein and Egl-9-type proline hydroxylases regulate the large subunit of RNA polymerase II in response to oxidative stress. MOL CELL BIOL , 28 (8) 2701 - 2717. 10.1128/MCB.01231-07.
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Human renal clear cell carcinoma (RCC) is frequently associated with loss of the von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) tumor suppressor (pVHL), which inhibits ubiquitylation and degradation of the alpha subunits of hypoxiainducible transcription factor. pVHL also ubiquitylates the large subunit of RNA polymerase 11, Rpbl, phosphorylated on serine 5 (Ser5) within the C-terminal domain (CTD). A hydroxylated proline 1465 within an LXXLAP motif located N-terminal to the CTD allows the interaction of Rpbl with pVHL. Here we report that in RCC cells, pVHL regulates expression of Rpb1 and is necessary for low-grade oxidative-stress-induced recruitment of Rpbl to the DNA-engaged fraction and for its P1465 hydroxylation, phosphorylation, and nondegradative ubiquitylation. Egin-9-type prolyl hydroxylases, PHD1 and PHD2, coimmunoprecipitated with Rpb1 in the chromatin fraction of VHL+ RCC cells in response to oxidative stress, and PHDI was necessary for P1465 hydroxylation while PHD2 had an inhibitory effect. P1465 hydroxyllation was required for oxidativestress-induced Ser5 phosphoryllation of Rpb1. Importantly, overexpression of wild-type Rpb1 stimulated formation of kidney tumors by VHL+ cells, and this effect was abolished by P1465A mutation of Rpb1. These data indicate that through this novel pathway involving P1465 hydroxylation and Ser5 phosphorylation of Rbp1, pVHL may regulate tumor growth.
|Title:||The von hippel-lindau tumor suppressor protein and Egl-9-type proline hydroxylases regulate the large subunit of RNA polymerase II in response to oxidative stress|
|Keywords:||RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA, CARBOXYL-TERMINAL DOMAIN, GENE-EXPRESSION, HIF-ALPHA, INDUCED UBIQUITINATION, CLEAR-CELL, IN-VITRO, TRANSCRIPTION, HYPOXIA, VHL|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Medicine (Division of)|
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