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AP-1 and SP1 transcription factor binding sites modulate DNA replication efficiency

William Joseph Turner

AP-1 and SP1 transcription factor binding sites modulate DNA replication efficiency

by William Joseph Turner

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • DNA replication,
  • Transcription factors

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    Statementby William Joseph Turner
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 92 leaves :
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15014014M

    A biweekly scientific journal publishing high-quality research in molecular biology and genetics, cancer biology, biochemistry, and related fields. Peptide mass fingerprint and supershift analysis revealed this DNA‐binding protein to be NF1/X. NF1/X repressed PDGF‐A promoter‐dependent transcription and endogenous mRNA expression, which was reversible by oligonucleotide decoys bearing an NF1/X‐binding site. Mutation in the DNA‐binding domain of NF1/X abolished its repression of Cited by:

      Single-molecule probing of Egr-1 binding to the Lhb promoter. (A) The −/+ segment of mouse Lhb DNA is ligated to a fixed bp alignment sequence and a short stem-loop that prevents breaking of the tether after unzipping.(B) The Lhb DNA is connected to two 2-kb dsDNA molecular handles, which are attached to polystyrene beads trapped in two separate optical by: 3.   In Fig. 6A, electrophoretic mobility shift assay detected increased AP-1 DNA binding activity from day 2 to day 14 postinfection as a result of infection with T. cruzi. The increased AP-1 DNA binding activity was also found at days 30 and 60 postinfection (data not shown). These studies indicate that AP-1 is activated as a result of by:

    Transcription is a complex process that relies on the collective action of the sequence-specific factors along with the core RNA polymerase II transcriptional machinery, an assortment of coregulators that bridge the DNA binding factors to the transcriptional machinery, a number of chromatin-remodeling factors that mobilize nucleosomes, and a variety of enzymes that catalyze the covalent Cited by: Therefore, it is conceivable that the presence of two DNA-binding sites (or more) for a transcription factor results in synergistic stimulation of gene expression. 4 Recommendations 12th Dec,


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AP-1 and SP1 transcription factor binding sites modulate DNA replication efficiency by William Joseph Turner Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the context of two pairs of Sp1 sites, two AP-1 transcription factor-binding sites enhance replication more than one AP-1 transcription factor-binding site. Furthermore, an AP-1 site located within a region containing two pairs of Sp1 sites increased replication whether proximal or distal to by: We performed a time course of AP-1 DNA binding activity in the hearts of infected mice.

In Fig. Fig.6A, 6A, electrophoretic mobility shift assay detected increased AP-1 DNA binding activity from day 2 to day 14 postinfection as a result of infection with T.

cruzi. The increased AP-1 DNA binding activity was also found at days 30 and 60 Cited by: AP-1 transcription factors, like CREB and ATF family members, belong to the superfamily of basic- leucine zipper DNA-binding proteins.

AP-1 transcription factors form dimers via the leucine zipper domain and bind to DNA via the adjacent basic amino acid-rich domain. The two major families of AP-1 factors are the Fos and Jun transcription factors.

Of two Sp1 transcription factor sites that bind the polycystic kidney disease 1 (Pkd1) proximal promoter, the Sp1-A site (the nearest Sp1 to the ATG start codon) is more important for activation and expression of of Pkd1.

Background The ubiquitous transcription factor Sp1 regulates the expression of a vast number of genes involved in many cellular functions ranging from differentiation to proliferation and apoptosis.

Sp1 expression levels show a dramatic increase during transformation and this could play a critical role for tumour development or maintenance. Although Sp1 deregulation might be beneficial for. Previous studies have shown that the AP1 enhancer (for AP-1 transcription factor binding) is a more important DNA motif for SV40 promoter activity as compared to the SP1 enhancer (for SP-1 transcription factor binding), as SP1 enhancer deletion had little effect on transcription (Baty et al.,Benoist and Chambon, ).Cited by: Also, Spl recognition sequences are often found near binding sites for other transcription factors, such as CTF/NF-I (Jones et al., ) and AP-1 (Lee et al., a), which suggests that these factors may act in conjunction with each other to modulate by: The AP-1 binding site, also known as the AP-1 promoter site, is a DNA sequence to which AP-1 transcription factors are able to bind.

The AP-1 binding site, in humans, has a nucleotide sequence of ATGAGTCAT, where A corresponds to adenine, T corresponds to thymine, G corresponds to guanine, and C corresponds to cytosine.

External links. AP-1 Nucleotide Sequence. In this study, AP-1 appeared as the only transcription factor that presents opposite patterns of HIV-1 DNA binding variation depending on integration and Cited by: 5. Ian M. Adcock, Gaetano Caramori, in Asthma and COPD (Second Edition), Transcription Factors.

Transcription factors are proteins that bind to DNA-regulatory sequences (enhancers and silencers), usually localized in the 5 -upstream region of target genes, to modulate the rate of gene transcription.

This may result in increased or decreased gene transcription, protein synthesis, and. Replication increases as the number of transcription factor-binding sites increases within the regulatory region of the variants; AP-1 sites are more effective than NF-1 transcription factor.

The abnormal base, less strongly base paired than a normal base, flips into the active site and is clipped off the DNA backbone leaving an AP site. AP sites are mutagenic because they do not contain any coding information. In theory, there should be a 1 in 4 chance of DNA polymerase inserting the correct base during replication past an AP site.

Spl transcription factor binds DNA and activates transcription even when the binding site is CpG methylated Michael Holler, Gunnar Westin, Joe Jiricny/ and Walter Schaffner. The DNA elements important for the LTR activity are located between − and + nucleotides, where + 1 is the transcription start site.

This region contains the TATA box and binding sites for. AP-1 transcription is deeply involved in the modulation of gene expression.

Changes in cellular gene expression in the initiation of DNA synthesis and the formation of differentiated derivatives can lead to cellular differentiation.

AP-1 has been shown to be involved in cell differentiation in several ro: IPR SP1 belongs to the Sp/KLF family of transcription factors. The protein is amino acids long, with a molecular weight of 81 kDa.

The SP1 transcription factor contains a zinc finger protein motif, by which it binds directly to DNA and enhances gene s: SP1, entrez, Sp1 transcription factor. Besides the number of NF-κB binding sites, the other transcription factor elements such as TCF-1 (T-cell-specific transcription factor 1), Sp1 and TAR (Trans-activating region) also showed marked Cited by: binding sites for many cellular transcription factors and a cis-activating stem-loop RNA structure called trans-activating response element (TAR), which is located from positions 1to 59 of the HIVLTR (15, 16).

The TAR element represents the main binding site for the HIV-1 regulatory protein Tat (17–19). Since the consensus binding site of transcription factor Sp1 contains a central CpG, we have investigated the binding of Sp1 factor to unmethylated and synthetically CpG-methylated DNA.

A strong Sp1 binding site was methylated on both strands at two CpG positions, located in the center and at the periphery of the recognition sequence. DNA-binding transcription factor activity, RNA polymerase II-specific Source: UniProtKB "Enhancer binding factors AP-4 and AP-1 act in concert to activate SV40 late transcription in vitro." Mermod N., Williams T.J., Tjian R.

Nature () [ PubMed ] [ Europe PMC ] [ Abstract ]. Upstream of the two SP1 sites to relative to the +1 transcription start site, there are an additional five DNA binding sites for eukaryotic transcription factors.Sp1 activates the transcription of many cellular genes that contain putative CG-rich Sp-binding sites in their promoters.

Sp1 and Sp3 proteins bind to similar, if not the same, DNA tracts and compete for binding, thus they can enhance or repress gene by:   The HPFKM p1 promoter region was shown to possess eight binding sites for the Sp1 transcription factor by DNase I footprinting and gel retardation analysis.

The functional importance of these interactions was examined by transient transfection analysis in Drosophila SL2 and HeLa S3 by: