Human papillomavirus oncoprotein E6 inactivates the transcriptional coactivator human ADA3

Ajay Kumar, Yongtong Zhao, Gaoyuan Meng, Musheng Zeng, Seetha Srinivasan, Laurie M. Delmolino, Qingshen Gao, Goberdhan Dimri, Georg F. Weber, David E. Wazer, Hamid Band, Vimla Band

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Abstract

High-risk human papillomaviruses (HPVs) are associated with carcinomas of the cervix and other genital tumors. The HPV oncoprotein E6 is essential for oncogenic transformation. We identify here hADA3, human homologue of the yeast transcriptional coactivator yADA3, as a novel E6-interacting protein and a target of E6-induced degradation. hADA3 binds selectively to the high-risk HPV E6 proteins and only to Immortalization-competent E6 mutants. hADA3 functions as a coactivator for p53-mediated transactivation by stabilizing p53 protein. Notably, three immortalizing E6 mutants that do not induce direct p53 degradation but do interact with hADA3 induced the abrogation of p53-mediated transactivation and G1 cell cycle arrest after DNA damage, comparable to wild-type E6. These findings reveal a novel strategy of HPV E6-induced loss of p53 function that is independent of direct p53 degradation. Given the likely role of the evolutionarily conserved hADA3 in multiple coactivator complexes, inactivation of its function may allow E6 to perturb numerous cellular pathways during HPV oncogenesis.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)5801-5812
Number of pages12
JournalMolecular and cellular biology
Volume22
Issue number16
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 7 2002

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Oncogene Proteins
Transcriptional Activation
G1 Phase Cell Cycle Checkpoints
Proteins
Cervix Uteri
DNA Damage
Carcinogenesis
Yeasts
Carcinoma
Neoplasms

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Human papillomavirus oncoprotein E6 inactivates the transcriptional coactivator human ADA3. / Kumar, Ajay; Zhao, Yongtong; Meng, Gaoyuan; Zeng, Musheng; Srinivasan, Seetha; Delmolino, Laurie M.; Gao, Qingshen; Dimri, Goberdhan; Weber, Georg F.; Wazer, David E.; Band, Hamid; Band, Vimla.

In: Molecular and cellular biology, Vol. 22, No. 16, 07.08.2002, p. 5801-5812.

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Kumar, A, Zhao, Y, Meng, G, Zeng, M, Srinivasan, S, Delmolino, LM, Gao, Q, Dimri, G, Weber, GF, Wazer, DE, Band, H & Band, V 2002, 'Human papillomavirus oncoprotein E6 inactivates the transcriptional coactivator human ADA3', Molecular and cellular biology, vol. 22, no. 16, pp. 5801-5812. https://doi.org/10.1128/MCB.22.16.5801-5812.2002
Kumar, Ajay ; Zhao, Yongtong ; Meng, Gaoyuan ; Zeng, Musheng ; Srinivasan, Seetha ; Delmolino, Laurie M. ; Gao, Qingshen ; Dimri, Goberdhan ; Weber, Georg F. ; Wazer, David E. ; Band, Hamid ; Band, Vimla. / Human papillomavirus oncoprotein E6 inactivates the transcriptional coactivator human ADA3. In: Molecular and cellular biology. 2002 ; Vol. 22, No. 16. pp. 5801-5812.
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