New paradigm of functional regulation by DNA mimic proteins: Recent updates

Hao Ching Wang, Chia Cheng Chou, Kai Cheng Hsu, Chi Hua Lee, Andrew H.J. Wang

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摘要

For many, “DNA mimic protein” (DMP) remains an unfamiliar term. The key feature of these proteins is their DNA-like shape and charge distribution, and they affect the activity of DNA-binding proteins by occupying their DNA-binding domains. Functionally, DMPs regulate mechanisms such as gene expression, restriction, and DNA repair as well as the nucleosome package. Although a few DMPs, such as phage uracil DNA glycosylase inhibitor (UGI) and overcome classical restriction (Ocr), were reported about 20 years ago, only a small number of DMPs have been studied to date. In 2014, we reviewed the functional and structural features of 16 DMPs that were known at the time. Now, seven new DMPs, namely anti-CRISPR suppressors AcrF2, AcrF10 and AcrIIA4, human immunodeficiency virus essential factor VPR, multi-functional inhibitor anti-restriction nuclease (Arn), translational regulator AbbA, and putative Z-DNA mimic MBD3, have been reported. In addition, further study of two previously known DMPs, DMP19 and SAUGI, increased our knowledge of their importance and function. Here, we discuss these updated results and address how several characteristics of the structure/sequence of DMPs (e.g. the DNA-like charge distribution and structural D/E-rich repeats) might someday be used to identify new DMPs using bioinformatic approach.
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期刊IUBMB Life
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指紋

DNA
Charge distribution
Proteins
Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats
Uracil-DNA Glycosidase
Z-Form DNA
Nucleosomes
DNA-Binding Proteins
Computational Biology
Bacteriophages
DNA Repair
Bioinformatics
Viruses
Gene expression
HIV
Gene Expression
Repair

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Biochemistry
  • Molecular Biology
  • Genetics
  • Clinical Biochemistry
  • Cell Biology

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New paradigm of functional regulation by DNA mimic proteins : Recent updates. / Wang, Hao Ching; Chou, Chia Cheng; Hsu, Kai Cheng; Lee, Chi Hua; Wang, Andrew H.J.

於: IUBMB Life, 卷 71, 編號 5, 01.05.2019, p. 539-548.

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻回顧型文獻

Wang, Hao Ching ; Chou, Chia Cheng ; Hsu, Kai Cheng ; Lee, Chi Hua ; Wang, Andrew H.J. / New paradigm of functional regulation by DNA mimic proteins : Recent updates. 於: IUBMB Life. 2019 ; 卷 71, 編號 5. 頁 539-548.
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