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Articles by Yujiang Shi
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  Roman Alpatov , Yujiang Shi , Gustavo C. Munguba , Babak Moghimi , Jeong-Hoon Joo , Jorg Bungert and Stephen P. Sugrue
  CtBP is a transcriptional corepressor with tumorigenic potential that targets the promoter of the tumor suppressor gene E-cadherin. Pnn/DRS (Pnn) is a "nuclear speckle"-associated protein involved in mRNA processing as well as transcriptional regulation of E-cadherin via its binding to CtBP. Here, we show that CtBP can recruit Pnn to CtBP-associated complexes, resulting in Pnn-dependent chromatin remodeling at the E-cadherin promoter. In addition, CtBP and Pnn can differentially modulate E-cadherin mRNA splicing, with polymerase II serving as an interface in this event. Therefore, the Pnn/CtBP functional interplay represents a novel mechanism linking the corepressor CtBP and Pnn to the transcription-coupled mRNA splicing of a major tumor suppressor gene. Our findings implicate the existence of the molecular switches involved in tumorigenesis, which coordinate promoter-specific events and mRNA processing, by serving as bridging elements between the regulatory complexes both at gene promoters and within the mRNA splicing machineries.
  Su Yeon Shim , Benjamin Adam Samuels , Jian Wang , Gernot Neumayer , Camille Belzil , Ramses Ayala , Yang Shi , Yujiang Shi , Li-Huei Tsai and Minh Dang Nguyen
  Ndel1, the mammalian homologue of the Aspergillus nidulans NudE, is emergently viewed as an integrator of the cytoskeleton. By regulating the dynamics of microtubules and assembly of neuronal intermediate filaments (IFs), Ndel1 promotes neurite outgrowth, neuronal migration, and cell integrity (1–6). To further understand the roles of Ndel1 in cytoskeletal dynamics, we performed a tandem affinity purification of Ndel1-interacting proteins. We isolated a novel Ndel1 molecular complex composed of the IF vimentin, the molecular motor dynein, the lissencephaly protein Lis1, and the cis-Golgi-associated protein αCOP. Ndel1 promotes the interaction between Lis1, αCOP, and the vimentin-dynein complex. The functional result of this complex is activation of dynein-mediated transport of vimentin. A loss of Ndel1 functions by RNA interference fails to incorporate Lis1/αCOP in the complex, reduces the transport of vimentin, and culminates in IF accumulations and altered neuritogenesis. Our findings reveal a novel regulatory mechanism of vimentin transport during neurite extension that may have implications in diseases featuring transport/trafficking defects and impaired regeneration.
 
 
 
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