Rxivist logo

RNF219 interacts with CCR4-NOT in regulating stem cell differentiation

By Hao Du, Chen Chen, Yan Wang, Yang Yang, Zhuanzhuan Che, Xiaoxu Liu, Siyan Meng, Chenghao Guo, Manman Xu, Haitong Fang, Chengqi Lin, Zhuojuan Luo

Posted 07 Jul 2020
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/2020.07.06.190728

Regulation of RNA stability plays a crucial role in gene expression control. Deadenylation is the initial rate-limiting step for the majority of RNA decay events. Here, we show that RING Finger Protein 219 (RNF219) interacts with the CCR4-NOT deadenylase complex. RNF219-CCR4-NOT exhibits deadenylation activity in vitro. RNA-seq analyses identify some of the 2-cell specific genes and the neuronal genes significantly down-regulated upon RNF219 knockdown, while up-regulated after depletion of the CCR4-NOT subunit CNOT10 in mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells. RNF219 depletion leads to impaired neuronal lineage commitment during ES cell differentiation. Our study suggests that RNF219 is a novel interacting partner of CCR4-NOT, and required for maintenance of ES cell pluripotency.

Download data

  • Downloaded 280 times
  • Download rankings, all-time:
    • Site-wide: 111,184
    • In molecular biology: 3,320
  • Year to date:
    • Site-wide: 84,177
  • Since beginning of last month:
    • Site-wide: 90,085

Altmetric data

Downloads over time

Distribution of downloads per paper, site-wide