TFIIIC Localizes Budding Yeast ETC Sites to the Nuclear Periphery

Shinichiro Hiraga, Sotirios Botsios, David Donze, Anne Dunlop Donaldson

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Chromatin function requires specific three-dimensional architectures of chromosomes. We investigated whether Saccharomyces cerevisiae Extra TFIIIC (ETC) sites, which bind the TFIIIC transcription factor but do not recruit RNA polymerase III, show specific intranuclear positioning. We show that six of the eight known S. cerevisiae ETC sites localise predominantly at the nuclear periphery, and that ETC sites retain their tethering function when moved to a new chromosomal location. Several lines of evidence indicate TFIIIC is central to the ETC peripheral localisation mechanism. Mutating or deleting the TFIIIC binding consensus ablated ETC site peripheral positioning, and inducing degradation of the TFIIIC subunit Tfc3 leads to rapid release of an ETC site from the nuclear periphery. We find moreover that anchoring one TFIIIC subunit at an ectopic chromosomal site causes recruitment of others and drives peripheral tethering. Localisation of ETC sites at the nuclear periphery also requires Mps3, a Sad1-UNC-84 domain protein that spans the inner nuclear membrane. Surprisingly, we find that the chromatin barrier and insulator functions of an ETC site do not depend on correct peripheral localisation. In summary, TFIIIC and Mps3 together direct the intranuclear positioning of a new class of S. cerevisiae genomic loci positioned at the nuclear periphery.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2741-2754
Number of pages14
JournalMolecular Biology of the Cell
Volume23
Issue number14
Early online date11 Apr 2012
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jul 2012

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TFIIIC Localizes Budding Yeast ETC Sites to the Nuclear Periphery. / Hiraga, Shinichiro; Botsios, Sotirios; Donze, David; Donaldson, Anne Dunlop.

In: Molecular Biology of the Cell, Vol. 23, No. 14, 15.07.2012, p. 2741-2754.

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