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(D) and (E) Olo treatment (20 µM) delays WUS activation (D) and shoot regeneration (E). n = 24; error bars represent sd; **P < 0.01. Bar = 50 µm.
(A) Yeast two-hybrid assay. ARR1/2 was fused to the GAL4 activation domain (AD), and PHB/PHV/REV was fused to the GAL4 DNA binding domain (BD). Interaction assays were performed on SD-Ade-Leu-Trp-His plates with 15 mM 3-amino-1,2,4,-triazole.
Expression analyses revealed that PHB was expressed properly in arr1 arr10 arr12 (Supplemental Figure 14A). Likewise, the expression of A-type ARRs in response to cytokinin was normal in explants of the phb phv rev triple mutant (Supplemental Figure 14B). WUS was never activated in the calli of phb phv rev on SIM (Figure 4H). Transient assays with ProWUS:LUC revealed that HD-ZIP III proteins alone could not activate WUS expression (Figure 4I). However, the activation of WUS by B-type ARRs was substantially suppressed in protoplasts overexpressing miR165/6, indicating that miR165/6-targeted HD-ZIPIII proteins are required for the induction of WUS by B-type ARRs.
To identify driver mutations of NKTCLs, whole-transcriptome sequencing (WTS), exome sequencing or targeted Sanger sequencing was applied on 53 NKTCL cases (Fig. 1a). First, we validated the mutations detected from our WTS data that may be functionally significant including the mutations in FAS, TP53, BRAF, MAP2K1, CREBBP, EP300 and MLL2 genes, by Sanger sequencing on the corresponding genomic DNA (Supplementary Table 1). Of note, FAS and TP53 mutations were identified in NKTCLs by traditional Sanger sequencing in previous studies3,4. WTS on 17 cases revealed one STAT3 missense single-nucleotide variant (SNV) (S614R, G618R and A702T) in each of three cases (3 of 17, 18%) (Fig. 1b). A STAT5B missense mutation (N642H) was present in 1 of the 17 (6%) cases (Fig. 1c) and a STAT5B Y665F mutation was identified in a WES analysis on a separate paired NKTCL/normal case. Interestingly, all of the STAT3 and STAT5B SNVs were located in the SH2 domain, a domain critical for STAT activation5.
The frequency of activating STAT3 mutations was much higher in NK (50%) and γδ-T cell lines (67%) compared with NKTCL (5.9%) or γδ-PTCL patient samples (8.3%). This suggests that JAK-STAT3 pathway activation may be more critical in cell survival independent of stromal components and that consequently the activating mutations are selectively enriched in cell lines. Intriguingly, STAT5B mutations were far more frequent in γδ-T-cell lymphomas including multiple subtypes: HS, EATL type II and other mucocutaneous γδ-PTCL (34.9%) than in NKTCL cases (5.9%) suggesting a pivotal role of STAT5B in γδ-PTCL pathogenesis.
Triggering an effect at a specific time is similar to a Trigger Ability, however are optional on whether the cost is paid and the activation occurs (Once a Trigger Ability is triggered, it is necessary to resolve even if the effect is arbitrary).
Although the effect sometimes requires cost, the ability to create that effect isn't treated as an activated ability unless it fits the above the above format. The activation cost is the cost for creating the effect, not the effect of the card itself.
To investigate whether the expression of L-UBB+1 led to an actual activation of the autophagy pathway, autophagy was monitored by measuring the cleavage of a GFP-Atg8 fusion protein. Atg8p is a protein essential for autophagy, which is transported to the vacuole for degradation during autophagy. The proteolysis of GFP-Atg8 releases an intact GFP, which can be detected and correlated with the autophagic rate . The cleavage of GFP-Atg8 was assessed at mid EX phase in both control strain and L-UBB+1 strain. No cleavage of GFP was observed in control strain. In contrast, 36% of free GFP was detected in the L-UBB+1 strain, indicating the activation of autophagy (Figure 3A and 3E). Nitrogen starvation and rapamycin treatment are two known activators of autophagy , which resulted in 90% and 59% of free GFP cleavage in our control strain, respectively (Figure 3A and 3E). When we analyzed the GFP-Atg8 cleavage in autophagy deficient mutant (atg1Δ) background, no GFP-Atg8 cleavage was observed in the atg1Δ_L-UBB+1 strain, similar to the results from nitrogen starvation and rapamycin treatment in atg1Δ_control strain (Figure 3B). This indicates that the Atg1p is involved in L-UBB+1-induced activation of autophagy. Fluorescent microscopy was used to study the localization of GFP-Atg8p. Since GFP is relatively resistant to degradation, it accumulates in the vacuole as autophagy proceeds. In the L-UBB+1 strain, 24.1% of cells showed diffused GFP fluorescence in the vacuole (Figure 3C and 3F), which was significantly higher than 6% in the control strain (Figure 3C and 3F). The nitrogen starvation and rapamycin treatments in control strain showed respectively 91.1% and 83.2% of cells with stronger GFP fluorescence inside the vacuoles (Figure 3C and 3F). In the atg1Δ mutant strain, the accumulation of GFP fluorescence in the vacuole was absent under the same treatments (Figure 3D and 3F), revealing the inability of mutant cells to activate autophagy.
Our transcriptional analyses revealed that low expression of UBB+1 elevated the expression of genes involved in ubiquitin-related processes and autophagy pathways. Genes involved in macroautophagy and selective autophagy pathways were significantly upregulated (Figures 1 and 2). In addition, UBB+1 expression increased the intravacuolar accumulation of FM4-64 stained vesicles after PMSF treatment, indicating increased vacuolar activity (Figure 4). Analysis of distribution and cleavage of GFP-Atg8 showed that UBB+1 expression promoted the uptake of Atg8 into vacuole and the cleavage of free GFP from the GFP-Atg8 fusion (Figure 3). This process occurs during autophagy where GFP-Atg8 is engulfed by the completed autophagosomes and then degraded . Similar effects were observed with two known strong activators of autophagy, nitrogen starvation and rapamycin treatment (Figures 3 and 4), suggesting that low UBB+1 expression increases autophagy activity, but moderately. Impaired autophagy with reduced capacity to eliminate pathogenic proteins has been reported in many neurodegenerative disorders such as AD and PD . Autophagy lysosomes are increased in early stages of AD, whereas impaired clearance of autophagic vesicles, e.g., maturation and transport of autophagosomes, and reduced lysosomal proteolysis, are observed in later stages of AD, which may contribute to Aβ accumulation [62, 63]. Activating autophagy by rapamycin treatment, an inhibitor of mTOR pathway, protects neuroblastoma cells from Aβ toxicity , reduces cerebral Aβ load and slows AD progression in a transgenic AD mouse model . Our data showed that low UBB+1 expression reduced intracellular levels of Aβ42 and Aβ40 in the wild type background but not in the atg1Δ mutant background (Figure 6 and Supplementary Figure 6), indicating that L-UBB+1 expression decreased Aβ levels as a function of autophagy activation. Activation of autophagy has been shown to protect cells against multiple forms of stress, including nutrient and growth factor deprivation, reactive oxygen species, endoplasmic reticulum stress, damaged organelles or protein aggregates . We observed that the low UBB+1 expression prolonged CLS in Aβ strains during chronological aging. The increased cell survival was reverted in the atg1Δ mutant background, further supporting the notion that activation of autophagy is crucial in promoting cellular survival and protection against Aβ induced toxicity.
UPS and autophagy are two major protein degradation systems in eukaryotic cells, which aim at maintaining proteostasis. Recent studies strongly suggest functional crosstalk and interplay between these two systems. Autophagy can be activated in response to genetic or pharmacological inhibition of UPS . With impaired proteasome function, the aberrant protein aggregates form large inclusion body-like structures known as aggresomes , which are thought to promote autophagy-mediated degradation . Compensatory autophagy was induced in response to a dysfunctional UPS in a Drosophila model of the spinobulbar muscular atrophy via a histone deacetylase 6 (HDAC6)-dependent aggresome pathway . The molecular mechanisms underlying autophagy activation in response to UPS inhibition are not clear, but many factors may be involved, including the N-terminal arginylation of N-end rule pathway , the unfolded protein response , and the BCL family protein MCL1 (myeloid cell leukemia sequence 1) . Previous studies have showed that UBB+1 is a dose-dependent inhibitor of UPS . We found previously that the overexpression of UBB+1 indeed decreases the proteolytic activities of the proteasome .
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