Kebaara B, et al. (2003) The Upf-dependent decay of wild-type PPR1 mRNA depends on its 5'-UTR and first 92 ORF nucleotides. Nucleic Acids Res 31(12):3157-65
Abstract: mRNAs containing premature translation termination codons (nonsense mRNAs) are targeted for deadenylation-independent degradation in a mechanism that depends on Upf1p, Upf2p and Upf3p. This decay pathway is often called nonsense- mediated mRNA decay (NMD). Nonsense mRNAs are decapped by Dcp1p and then degraded 5' to 3' by Xrn1p. In the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a significant number of wild-type mRNAs accumulate in upf mutants. Wild-type PPR1 mRNA is one of these mRNAs. Here we show that PPR1 mRNA degradation depends on the Upf proteins, Dcp1p, Xrn1p and Hrp1p. We have mapped an Upf1p-dependent destabilizing element to a region located within the 5'-UTR and the first 92 bases of the PPR1 ORF. This element targets PPR1 mRNA for Upf-dependent decay by a novel mechanism.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 12799443|
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