HIV-1 tat interacts with a Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus reactivation-upregulated antiangiogenic long noncoding RNA, LINC00313, and antagonizes its function

Wan Shan Yang, Ting Yu Lin, Lung Chang, Wayne W. Yeh, Shih Ching Huang, Tung Ying Chen, Yi Ta Hsieh, Szu Ting Chen, Wan Chun Li, Chin Chen Pan, Mel Campbell, Chia Hung Yen, Yi Ming Arthur Chen, Pei Ching Chang

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摘要

Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) is the causative agent of Kaposi's sarcoma (KS), an AIDS-defining cancer with abnormal angiogenesis. The high incidence of KS in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected AIDS patients has been ascribed to an interaction between HIV type 1 (HIV-1) and KSHV, focusing on secretory proteins. The HIV-1 secreted protein HIV Tat has been found to synergize with KSHV lytic proteins to induce angiogenesis. However, the impact and underlying mechanisms of HIV Tat in KSHV-infected endothelial cells undergoing viral lytic reactivation remain unclear. Here, we identified LINC00313 as a novel KSHV reactivation-activated long noncoding RNA (lncRNA) that interacts with HIV Tat. We found that LINC00313 overexpression inhibits cell migration, invasion, and tube formation, and this suppressive effect was relieved by HIV Tat. In addition, LINC00313 bound to polycomb repressive complex 2 (PRC2) complex components, and this interaction was disrupted by HIV Tat, suggesting that LINC00313 may mediate transcription repression through recruitment of PRC2 and that HIV Tat alleviates repression through disruption of this association. This notion was further supported by bioinformatics analysis of transcriptome profiles in LINC00313 overexpression combined with HIV Tat treatment. Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) showed that LINC00313 overexpression negatively regulates cell movement and migration pathways, and enrichment of these pathways was absent in the presence of HIV Tat. Collectively, our results illustrate that an angiogenic repressive lncRNA, LINC00313, which is upregulated during KSHV reactivation, interacts with HIV Tat to promote endothelial cell motility. These results demonstrate that an lncRNA serves as a novel connector in HIV-KSHV interactions. IMPORTANCE KS is a prevalent tumor associated with infections with two distinct viruses, KSHV and HIV. Since KSHV and HIV infect distinct cell types, the virus-virus interaction associated with KS formation has focused on secretory factors. HIV Tat is a well-known RNA binding protein secreted by HIV. Here, we revealed LINC00313, an lncRNA upregulated during KSHV lytic reactivation, as a novel HIV Tat-interacting lncRNA that potentially mediates HIV-KSHV interactions. We found that LINC00313 can repress endothelial cell angiogenesis-related properties potentially by interacting with chromatin remodeling complex PRC2 and downregulation of cell migrationregulating genes. An interaction between HIV Tat and LINC00313 contributed to the dissociation of PRC2 from LINC00313 and the disinhibition of LINC00313-induced repression of cell motility. Given that lncRNAs are emerging as key players in tissue physiology and disease progression, including cancer, the mechanism identified in this study may help decipher the mechanisms underlying KS pathogenesis induced by HIV and KSHV coinfection.
原文英語
文章編號e01280-19
期刊Journal of Virology
94
發行號3
DOIs
出版狀態已發佈 - 二月 1 2020

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Microbiology
  • Immunology
  • Insect Science
  • Virology

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    Yang, W. S., Lin, T. Y., Chang, L., Yeh, W. W., Huang, S. C., Chen, T. Y., Hsieh, Y. T., Chen, S. T., Li, W. C., Pan, C. C., Campbell, M., Yen, C. H., Chen, Y. M. A., & Chang, P. C. (2020). HIV-1 tat interacts with a Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus reactivation-upregulated antiangiogenic long noncoding RNA, LINC00313, and antagonizes its function. Journal of Virology, 94(3), [e01280-19]. https://doi.org/10.1128/JVI.01280-19