CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BICC1 INTERACTOME AND MRNAS TARGETS USING BIOINFORMATIC AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY APPROACHES

Published in 26/04/2022 - ISBN: 978-65-5941-645-5

Paper Title
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BICC1 INTERACTOME AND MRNAS TARGETS USING BIOINFORMATIC AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY APPROACHES
Authors
  • Heloísa Monteiro do Amaral Prado
  • Fernando Henrique Bosso
  • Gabriela Alves Moreira
  • Katlin Brauer Massirer
Modality
Xpress presentation
Subject area
Omics
Publishing Date
26/04/2022
Country of Publishing
Brasil
Language of Publishing
Inglês
Paper Page
www.even3.com.br/Anais/xmeetingxp2021/409833-CHARACTERIZATION-OF-THE-BICC1-INTERACTOME-AND-MRNAS-TARGETS-USING-BIOINFORMATIC-AND-MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY-APPROACHES
ISBN
978-65-5941-645-5
Keywords
RNA Binding Proteins, Proteome, Interactome, Mass spectrometry, CLIP-seq
Summary
The RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) are responsible for regulating an extensive number of genes by interacting with the RNA transcripts and regulating the fate and function of the bound RNAs. It is known that mutations in RBPs or changes in their regulation are associated with diverse disease types. The Bicaudal C homolog 1 (BICC1) is an RBP characterized by three K Homology domains in the N terminal end (KH1, KH2 and KH3 domains), which were related to the RNA-binding activity, and a Sterile Alpha Motif at the C-terminal end (SAM domain), which is related to the promotion of the protein-protein interaction. This protein has been mostly related by its role in polycystic kidney disease (PKD), kidney organogenesis and some kinds of cancer. We are currently characterizing the BICC1 protein interactors by Co-IP-MS and the BICC1-bound mRNA targets by CLIP-seq. We have compared the interactome in dependence of RNAs and in the presence and absence of the SAM domain. The BICC1 interacting proteins in the absence of RNA were mostly enriched in the ribosomal class while the ribosomal interactors were absent when RNA was present. We are following up the interaction with the ribosome. In this study, proteomics and bioinformatic analyses associated with molecular biology are guiding the interactome validations. Related the mRNA targets, CLIP-seq showed enrichment in 3’UTR and CDS of target mRNA. We have selected four mRNA targets related to the Wnt pathway and one microRNA and are currently testing the role of those interactions in cell culture. From this perspective, we are studying the role of BICC1 in cell signaling and microRNA regulation and we are guiding the work to further characterize BICC1 as drug target.
Title of the Event
X-Meeting XPerience 2021
Title of the Proceedings of the event
X-Meeting presentations
Name of the Publisher
Even3
Means of Dissemination
Meio Digital
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How to cite

PRADO, Heloísa Monteiro do Amaral et al.. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BICC1 INTERACTOME AND MRNAS TARGETS USING BIOINFORMATIC AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY APPROACHES.. In: X-Meeting presentations. Anais...São Paulo(SP) AB3C, 2021. Available in: https//www.even3.com.br/anais/xmeetingxp2021/409833-CHARACTERIZATION-OF-THE-BICC1-INTERACTOME-AND-MRNAS-TARGETS-USING-BIOINFORMATIC-AND-MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY-APPROACHES. Access in: 16/04/2024

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