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Series GSE70518 Query DataSets for GSE70518
Status Public on Dec 21, 2015
Title Neurospora MUS-30 is an LSH/DDM1 homolog required for normal genome maintenance
Organism Neurospora crassa
Experiment type Methylation profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary LSH/DDM1 enzymes are required for DNA methylation in higher eukaryotes and have poorly defined roles in genome maintenance in yeast, plants, and animals. The filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa is a tractable system that encodes a single LSH/DDM1 homolog (NCU06306). We report that the Neurospora LSH/DDM1 enzyme is encoded by mutagen sensitive-30 (mus-30), a locus identified in a genetic screen over 25 years ago. We show that MUS-30-deficient cells have normal DNA methylation, but are hypersensitive to the DNA damaging agent MMS (methyl methanesulfonate). MUS-30 is a nuclear protein, consistent with its predicted role as a chromatin remodeling enzyme, and levels of MUS-30 are increased following DNA damage. MUS-30 co-purifies with Neurospora WDR76, a homolog of yeast Changed Mutation Rate-1 and mammalian WD40 repeat domain 76. Deletion of wdr76 rescued MMS-hypersensitivity of Dmus-30 strains, demonstrating that the MUS-30-WDR76 interaction is functionally important. DNA damage-sensitivity of Dmus-30 is also partially suppressed by deletion of methyl adenine glycosylase-1, a component of the base excision repair machinery (BER); however, the rate of BER is not affected in Dmus-30 strains. It was reported that mammalian LSH is required for efficient double strand break (DSB) repair. We found that MUS-30-deficient cells were not defective for DSB repair, and we observed a negative genetic interaction between Dmus-30 and Dmei-3, the Neurospora RAD51 homolog required for homologous recombination. These data are consistent with a role for MUS-30 that is independent of DSB repair. Our findings demonstrate that LSH/DDM1 enzymes are key regulators of genome stability in eukaryotes.
 
Overall design crf5-1 isolates (two replicates each from the F1 and F2 generation) were grown in Vogel's minimal medium for 48 hours. As a control, two replicates of the wildtype strain were grown under identical conditions.
 
Contributor(s) Schmitz RJ
Citation(s) 26771905
Submission date Jul 06, 2015
Last update date May 15, 2019
Contact name Robert J Schmitz
E-mail(s) schmitz@uga.edu
Organization name University of Georgia
Department Genetics
Street address B416 Davison Life Sciences
City Athens
State/province GA
ZIP/Postal code 30602
Country USA
 
Platforms (1)
GPL20660 Illumina NextSeq 500 (Neurospora crassa)
Samples (7)
GSM1808321 Neurospora_crf5_F1_rep1
GSM1808322 Neurospora_crf5_F1_rep2
GSM1808323 Neurospora_crf5_F2_rep1
Relations
BioProject PRJNA288947
SRA SRP060352

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GSE70518_RAW.tar 531.6 Mb (http)(custom) TAR (of TSV)
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