Targeted MS Experiment. Layers of regulation on cell-cycle gene expression in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol Biol Cell [Internet]. Abstract In the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, transcription factors TFs regulate the periodic expression of many genes during the cell cycle, including gene products required for progression through cell-cycle events.
Experimental evidence coupled with quantitative models suggest that a network of interconnected TFs is capable of regulating periodic genes over the cell cycle. Importantly, these dynamical models were built on transcriptomics data and assumed that TF protein levels and activity are directly correlated with mRNA abundance.
To ask whether TF transcripts match protein expression levels as cells progress through the cell cycle, we applied a multiplexed targeted mass spectrometry approach parallel reaction monitoring on synchronized populations of cells. We found that protein expression of many TFs and cell-cycle regulators closely followed their respective mRNA transcript dynamics in cycling wild-type cells.
We found that a number of proteins were no longer periodically degraded in clb mutants compared to wild type, highlighting the importance of post-transcriptional regulation. This comprehensive investigation of cell-cycle regulators reveals that multiple layers of regulation transcription, protein stability, and proteasome targeting affect protein expression dynamics during the cell cycle.
Experiment Description A PRM assay was developed to target 45 yeast cell-cycle proteins and 4 constitutively-expressed controls. Time course samples were analyzed in a random order and interspersed with QC pool samples containing equal mixtures of all samples. Wild-type cells were collected on filters every 7 minutes across 20 time points 2 replicates.
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