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Title: Essential Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome instability suppressing genes identify potential human tumor suppressors
Authors: Srivatsan, Anjana
Li, Binzhong
Sanchez, Dafne N.
Somach, Steven B.
Silva, Vandeclecio L. da
Souza, Sandro José de
Putnam, Christopher D.
Kolodner, Richard D.
Keywords: Genome instability;chromosome dynamics and replication;cancer
Issue Date: Aug-2019
Citation: SRIVATSAN, A.; LI, B.; SANCHEZ, D. N.; SOMACH, S. B.; SILVA, V. L.; SOUZA, S. J.; PUTNAM, C. D.; KOLODNER, R. D. Essential Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome instability suppressing genes identify potential human tumor suppressors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, [s. l.], v. 116, n. 35, p. 17377-17382, ago. 2019. DOI: Disponível em: Acesso em: 05 set. 2019.
Portuguese Abstract: Gross Chromosomal Rearrangements (GCRs) play an important role in human diseases, including cancer. Although most of the nonessential Genome Instability Suppressing (GIS) genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae are known, the essential genes in which mutations can cause increased GCR rates are not well understood. Here 2 S. cerevisiae GCR assays were used to screen a targeted collection of temperature-sensitive mutants to identify mutations that caused increased GCR rates. This identified 94 essential GIS (eGIS) genes in which mutations cause increased GCR rates and 38 candidate eGIS genes that encode eGIS1 protein-interacting or family member proteins. Analysis of TCGA data using the human genes predicted to encode the proteins and protein complexes implicated by the S. cerevisiae eGIS genes revealed a significant enrichment of mutations affecting predicted human eGIS genes in 10 of the 16 cancers analyzed.
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