An alternative mode of translation permits production of a variant NBS1 protein from the common Nijmegen breakage syndrome allele View Full Text


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2001-04

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R S Maser, R Zinkel, J H Petrini

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Nijmegen breakage syndrome (NBS) is a rare chromosomal-instability syndrome associated with cancer predisposition, radiosensitivity and radioresistant DNA synthesis-S phase checkpoint deficiency, which results in the failure to suppress DNA replication origins following DNA damage. Approximately 90% of NBS patients are homozygous for the 657del5 allele, a truncating mutation of NBS1 that causes premature termination at codon 219. Because null mutations in MRE11 and RAD50, which encode binding partners of NBS1, are lethal in vertebrates, and mouse Nbs1-null mutants are inviable, we tested the hypothesis that the NBS1 657del5 mutation was a hypomorphic defect. We showed that NBS cells contain the predicted 26-kD amino-terminal protein fragment, NBS1p26, and a 70-kD NBS1 protein (NBS1p70) lacking the native N terminus. The NBSp26 protein is not physically associated with the MRE11 complex, whereas the p70 species is physically associated with it. NBS1p70 is produced by internal translation initiation within the NBS1 mRNA using an open reading frame generated by the 657del5 frameshift. We propose that the common NBS1 allele encodes a partially functional protein that diminishes the severity of the NBS phenotype. More... »

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417-421

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