MassIVE MSV000087186

Partial Public PXD025378

Evidence for a Nuclear Role for Drosophila Dlg as a Regulator of the NURF Complex

Description

Scrib, Dlg, and Lgl are basolateral regulators of epithelial polarity and tumor suppressors whose molecular mechanisms of action remain unclear. We used proximity biotinylation to identify proteins localized near Dlg in the Drosophila wing imaginal disc epithelium. In addition to expected membrane- and cytoskeleton-associated protein classes, nuclear proteins were prevalent in the resulting mass spectrometry data set, including all four members of the NURF chromatin remodeling complex. Subcellular fractionation demonstrated a nuclear pool of Dlg and proximity ligation confirmed its position near the NURF complex. Genetic analysis showed that NURF activity is also required for the overgrowth of dlg tumors, and this growth suppression correlated with a reduction in Hippo pathway gene expression. Together, these data suggest a nuclear role for Dlg in regulating chromatin and transcription through a more direct mechanism than previously thought. [doi:10.25345/C5X811] [dataset license: CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0)]

Keywords: NURF Complex

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Principal Investigators:
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David Bilder, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California-Berkeley, Berkeley CA, USA
Submitting User: brettsp1

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Sharp KA, Khoury MJ, Wirtz-Peitz F, Bilder D.
Evidence for a nuclear role for Drosophila Dlg as a regulator of the NURF complex.
Mol Biol Cell. 2021 Nov 01;32(21):ar23. Epub 2021 09 08.

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