Coupling bimolecular PARylation biosensors with genetic screens to identify PARylation targets.
MetadataShow full item record
Poly (ADP-ribose)ylation is a dynamic protein modification that regulates multiple cellular processes. Here, we describe a system for identifying and characterizing PARylation events that exploits the ability of a PBZ (PAR-binding zinc finger) protein domain to bind PAR with high-affinity. By linking PBZ domains to bimolecular fluorescent complementation biosensors, we developed fluorescent PAR biosensors that allow the detection of temporal and spatial PARylation events in live cells. Exploiting transposon-mediated recombination, we integrate the PAR biosensor en masse into thousands of protein coding genes in living cells. Using these PAR-biosensor "tagged" cells in a genetic screen we carry out a large-scale identification of PARylation targets. This identifies CTIF (CBP80/CBP20-dependent translation initiation factor) as a novel PARylation target of the tankyrase enzymes in the centrosomal region of cells, which plays a role in the distribution of the centrosomal satellites.
Cell Line, Tumor
Poly Adenosine Diphosphate Ribose
Eukaryotic Initiation Factors
DNA Transposable Elements
Protein Processing, Post-Translational
Poly ADP Ribosylation
License start date
Nature communications, 2018, 9 (1), pp. 2016 - ?
NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP