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Publication : Molecular & general genetics : MGG

The S/M checkpoint at 37 degrees C and the recovery of viability of the mutant poldeltats3 require the crb2+/rhp9+ gene in fission yeast

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Published in Molecular & general genetics : MGG - 01 Jan 1999

Grenon M, Tillit J, Piard K, Baldacci G, Francesconi S

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 9928931

Mol. Gen. Genet. 1999 Jan;260(6):522-34

We have isolated a mutant in fission yeast, in which mitosis is uncoupled from completion of DNA replication when DNA synthesis is impaired by a thermosensitive mutation in the gene encoding the catalytic subunit of DNA polymerase delta. By functional complementation, we cloned the wild-type gene and identified it as the recently cloned checkpoint gene crb2+/rhp9+. This gene has been implicated in the DNA damage checkpoint and acts in the Chk1 pathway. Unlike the deleted strain dcrb2, cells bearing the crb2-1 allele were not affected in the DNA repair checkpoint after UV or MMS treatment at 30 degrees C, but were defective in this checkpoint function when treated with MMS at 37 degrees C. We analysed the involvement of Crb2 in the S/M checkpoint by blocking DNA replication with hydroxyurea, by using S phase cdc mutants, or by overexpression of the mutant PCNA L68S. Both crb2 mutants were unable to maintain the S/M checkpoint at 37 degrees C. Furthermore, the crb2+ gene was required, together with the cds1+ gene, for the S/M checkpoint at 30 degrees C. Finally, both the crb2 deletion and the crb2-1 allele induced a rapid death phenotype in the poldeltats3 background at both 30 degrees C and 37 degrees C. The rapid death phenotype was independent of the checkpoint functions.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9928931