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Distinct roles of meiosis-specific cohesin complexes in mammalian spermatogenesis

AutorBiswas, Uddipta; Hempel, Kai; Llano, Elena ; Pendás, Alberto M. ; Jessberger, Rolf
Fecha de publicación2016
EditorPublic Library of Science
CitaciónPLoS Genetics 12(10): e1006389 (2016)
ResumenMammalian meiocytes feature four meiosis-specific cohesin proteins in addition to ubiquitous ones, but the roles of the individual cohesin complexes are incompletely understood. To decipher the functions of the two meiosis-specific kleisins, REC8 or RAD21L, together with the only meiosis-specific SMC protein SMC1β, we generated Smc1βRec8 and Smc1βRad21L mouse mutants. Analysis of spermatocyte chromosomes revealed that besides SMC1β complexes, SMC1α/RAD21 and to a small extent SMC1α/REC8 contribute to chromosome axis length. Removal of SMC1β and RAD21L almost completely abolishes all chromosome axes. The sex chromosomes do not pair in single or double mutants, and autosomal synapsis is impaired in all mutants. Super resolution microscopy revealed synapsis-associated SYCP1 aberrantly deposited between sister chromatids and on single chromatids in Smc1βRad21L cells. All mutants show telomere length reduction and structural disruptions, while wild-type telomeres feature a circular TRF2 structure reminiscent of t-loops. There is no loss of centromeric cohesion in both double mutants at leptonema/early zygonema, indicating that, at least in the mutant backgrounds, an SMC1α/RAD21 complex provides centromeric cohesion at this early stage. Thus, in early prophase I the most prominent roles of the meiosis-specific cohesins are in axis-related features such as axis length, synapsis and telomere integrity rather than centromeric cohesion.
Versión del editorhttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1006389
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/168499
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1006389
e-issn: 1553-7404
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