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Cloning of genes SEF1 and TUP1 encoding transcriptional activator and global repressor in the flavinogenic yeast Meyerozyma (Candida, Pichia) Guilliermondii

Fedorovych D., Boretsky V., Pynyaha Y., Bohovych I., Boretsky Y., Sibirny A.

 




SUMMARY. Two Meyerozyma (Candida, Pichia) guilliermondii genes
coding for homologs of transcriptional factor Sef1p Can-dida famata and Tup1p Candida albicans were identified, cloned and deleted. Deletion of a homologue of Sef1p transcriptional factor in M.(P.) guilliermondii completely blocked over-synthesis of riboflavin under iron-deficient conditions. Results of genetic complementation analysis suggest that previously reported rib83 mutants and newly constructed knock-out strains belong to the same complementation group and are defective in the same SEF1 gene. Inactivation of identified homolog of TUP1 gene in M.(P.) guilliermondii wild-type strain led to 1,5 folds increase of cellular iron content and 1,5 1,7 folds increase of riboflavin production. Introduction of a plasmid-borne copy of TUP1 gene did not restore metabolic defects of the riboflavin overproducing, iron accumulating mutant strain M.(P.) guilliermondii m3 that bears mutation hit1. Obtained results can suggest that both transcription factors Sef1 and Tup1p are involved in regulation both of iron acquisition and riboflavin biosynthesis by yeast belonging to CUG-clade. The molecular mechanism of action Tup1 on ri-boflavin biosynthesis in M.(P.) guilliermondii remains to be deciphered.

Key words: yeast, riboflavin, iron acquisition, transcriptional regulation

Tsitologiya i Genetika 2020, vol. 54, no. 5, pp. 45-53

  1. Institute of Cell Biology NAS of Ukraine, Drahomanov St.,14/16, Lviv, 79005, Ukraine
  2. University of Nebraska-Lincoln 1400 R St., Lincoln, NE 68588, USA
  3. Lviv State University of Physical Culture, Tadeusha Kostiushko St, 11, Lviv,79000, Ukraine
  4. Rzeszow University, Zelverowicz St., 4, 35-601 Rzeszow, Poland

E-mail: fedorovych.d gmail.com

Fedorovych D., Boretsky V., Pynyaha Y., Bohovych I., Boretsky Y., Sibirny A. Cloning of genes SEF1 and TUP1 encoding transcriptional activator and global repressor in the flavinogenic yeast Meyerozyma (Candida, Pichia) Guilliermondii, Tsitol Genet., 2020, vol. 54, no. 5, pp. 45-53.

In "Cytology and Genetics":
D. Fedorovych, V. Boretsky, Y. Pynyaha, I. Bohovych, Y. Boretsky & A. Sibirny Cloning of Genes Sef1 and Tup1 Encoding Transcriptional Activator and Global Repressor in the Flavinogenic Yeast Meyerozyma (Candida, Pichia) guilliermondii, Cytol Genet., 2020, vol. 54, no. 5, pp. 413419
DOI: 10.3103/S0095452720050072


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