Ribosomal protein S7 ubiquitination during ER stress in yeast is associated with selective mRNA translation and stress outcome

Yasuko Matsuki, Yoshitaka Matsuo, Yu Nakano, Shintaro Iwasaki, Hideyuki Yoko, Tsuyoshi Udagawa, Sihan Li, Yasushi Saeki, Tohru Yoshihisa, Keiji Tanaka, Nicholas T. Ingolia, Toshifumi Inada

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Abstract

eIF2α phosphorylation-mediated translational regulation is crucial for global translation repression by various stresses, including the unfolded protein response (UPR). However, translational control during UPR has not been demonstrated in yeast. This study investigated ribosome ubiquitination-mediated translational controls during UPR. Tunicamycin-induced ER stress enhanced the levels of ubiquitination of the ribosomal proteins uS10, uS3 and eS7. Not4-mediated monoubiquitination of eS7A was required for resistance to tunicamycin, whereas E3 ligase Hel2-mediated ubiquitination of uS10 was not. Ribosome profiling showed that the monoubiquitination of eS7A was crucial for translational regulation, including the upregulation of the spliced form of HAC1 (HAC1i) mRNA and the downregulation of Histidine triad NucleoTide-binding 1 (HNT1) mRNA. Downregulation of the deubiquitinating enzyme complex Upb3-Bre5 increased the levels of ubiquitinated eS7A during UPR in an Ire1-independent manner. These findings suggest that the monoubiquitination of ribosomal protein eS7A plays a crucial role in translational controls during the ER stress response in yeast.

Original languageEnglish
Article number19669
JournalScientific reports
Volume10
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020 Dec

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