The Interplay between G-quadruplex and Transcription

Author(s): Nayun Kim*.

Journal Name: Current Medicinal Chemistry

Volume 26 , Issue 16 , 2019

Abstract:

G4 DNA is a non-canonical DNA structure consisting of a stacked array of Gquartets held together by base pairing between guanine bases. The formation of G4 DNA requires a cluster of guanine-runs within a strand of DNA. Even though the chemistry of this remarkable DNA structure has been under investigation for decades, evidence supporting the biological relevance of G4 DNA has only begun to emerge and point to very important and conserved biological functions. This review will specifically focus on the interplay between transcription and G4 DNA and discuss two alternative but interconnected perspectives. The first part of the review will describe the evidence substantiating the intriguing idea that a shift in DNA structural conformation could be another layer of non-genetic or epigenetic regulator of gene expression and thereby an important determinant of cell fate. The second part will describe the recent genetic studies showing that those genomic loci containing G4 DNA-forming guanine-rich sequences are potential hotspots of genome instability and that the level and orientation of transcription is critical in the materialization of genome instability associated with these sequences.

Keywords: G4 DNA, transcription, R-loops, Top1, supercoiling, genome stability.

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