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Delivery of yeast telomerase to a DNA break depends on the recruitment functions of Cdc13 and Est1
journal contributionposted on 2023-06-07, 14:51 authored by Alessandro BianchiAlessandro Bianchi, Simona Negrini, David Shore
The yeast single-strand TG-repeat telomere binding protein Cdc13 and the telomerase accessory protein Est1 play essential roles in chromosome end replication. To determine whether a proposed Cdc13-Est1 interaction recruits telomerase (Est2), we used a simplified system in which telomere formation was monitored at an HO-induced DNA double-strand break (DSB). Tethering of either Cdc13 or Est1 adjacent to a DSB promoted telomere formation, and tethering of Est1, even in the absence of a DSB, resulted in the recruitment of Est2. Est1 association with a DSB containing an adjacent short TG-repeat sequence depended on the Cdc13-Est1 interaction affected by cdc13-2 and est1-60 mutations, whereas Cdc13 association did not. Similarly, Est2 binding to the DSB also required the Cdc13-Est1 interaction, but not synthesis of new TG repeats at the break site. These data demonstrate a critical role for Est1 in recruiting telomerase to its site of action, in cooperation with the telomere binding protein Cdc13.
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