TITLE

A newHansenula polymorpha HAP4homologue which contains only the N-terminal conserved domain of the protein is fully functional inSaccharomyces cerevisiae

AUTHOR(S)
Sybirna, K.; Guiard, B.; Li, Y.F.; Bao, W.G.; Bolotin-Fukuhara, M.; Delahodde, A.
PUB. DATE
March 2005
SOURCE
Current Genetics;Mar2005, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p172
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
InSaccharomyces cerevisiae, the HAP transcriptional complex is involved in the fermentation-respiration shift. This complex is composed of four subunits. Three subunits are necessary for DNA-binding, whereas the Hap4p subunit, glucose-repressed, contains the transcriptional activation domain. Hap4p is the key regulator of the complex activity in response to carbon sources inS. cerevisiae. To date, noHAP4homologue has been identified, except inKluyveromyces lactis. Examination of these twoHAP4sequences led to the identification of two very short conserved peptides also identified in other yeasts. In the yeastHansenula polymorpha, two possibleHAP4homologues have been found. Their deduced amino acid sequences are similar to the ScHap4p and KlHap4p proteins only in the N-terminal 16-amino-acid basic motif. Since molecular genetic tools exist and complete genome sequence is known for this yeast, we expressed one of these putative HpHap4 proteins inS. cerevisiaeand showed that this protein is able to restore the growth defect of theS. cerevisiae hap4-deleted strain. A set of experiments was performed to confirm the functional homology of this new gene with ScHAP4. The discovery of a Hap4-regulatory protein inH. polymorphawith only the N-terminal conserved domain of theS. cerevisiaeprotein indicates that this domain may play a crucial role during evolution.
ACCESSION #
16434657

 

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