00:38:28.00 the genetic code specifies three different stop codons. 00:03:28.20 by termination factors in eukaryotic cells 00:00:35.22 The genetic information is found in the form of DNA, 00:26:27.02 it's a second endonucleolytic cleavage 00:01:04.18 which is the genetic information, 00:29:16.12 what happens when ribosomes encounter poly-lysine, 00:33:09.08 when the right tRNA is bound. 00:28:51.24 which is that somehow the ribosome 00:04:25.06 - how we get from nucleotides to amino acids. 00:27:48.14 And so the model is quite similar, 00:29:26.13 is if we take an individual gene - 00:31:33.28 And this protein helps to load tRNAs rapidly, 00:20:56.14 And finally, a higher eukaryote 00:13:35.23 for Dom34's function and Dom34 rescue?" 00:30:30.21 in the Dom34 mutant. 00:01:41.13 and along this linear template 00:13:12.24 that there are ribosome insufficiencies in the cell, 00:15:10.12 and you know how many ribosome footprints you have. 00:17:04.14 in the cell 00:22:03.07 so Dom34 maybe isn't a decay factor, 00:08:26.15 ended up in the protein fractions of the cells. 00:20:31.05 that actually blocks biosynthesis of histidine 00:33:50.14 in these strains - the Dom34-delta strain - 00:03:11.20 elongation, which is the process of 00:25:15.17 continually producing peptides, 00:36:15.12 There's an element in the large subunit 00:08:03.00 was actually postulated 00:19:39.04 because it makes it clear the extent to which 00:14:46.13 the elements of a bacterial messenger RNA, 00:13:11.20 that are critically important for the function of this enzyme. 00:02:56.01 that are all aimed 00:15:36.26 The first thing you can do with those data 00:27:54.06 and effectively tethers the messenger RNA 00:27:49.28 which is instead of running into a stem-loop here, 00:15:29.12 has its own Shine-Dalgarno region. 00:06:21.05 to stop making proteins. 00:34:34.18 and ask how many ribosomes are on full-length ribosome reads 00:26:23.15 Well, I can tell you that the set of core factors 00:06:15.16 And so when a ribosome reads along 00:15:06.10 we're going to make protein A, B, and C. 00:36:44.22 a recent postdoc in the lab. 00:11:56.11 can in fact cover the 61 codons 00:27:09.08 for the model for No-Go-Decay, 00:40:54.11 I'm really not going to give very many details on this 00:39:04.05 right here superimposed one on the other. 00:14:15.26 and that's how this process achieves 00:15:12.16 that encode a protein 00:10:39.22 And what we've found is that 00:13:45.00 and is transferred onto the tRNA. 00:06:50.16 or we can place a sense codon, 00:14:13.11 So, the basic idea behind ribosome profiling 00:29:36.15 boom, AUG recognition takes place, 00:31:08.06 is a protein known as EFTu. 00:13:06.14 or in this molecular view of the aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase, 00:23:19.00 in eukaryotic systems, 00:13:56.26 And we reasoned that 00:22:04.16 which is the recognition of a stop codon 00:32:46.16 So, there are two opportunities 00:11:40.28 and the wobble interaction 00:11:36.14 leading to an endonucleolytically-cleaved messenger RNA. Site of Protein Synthesis: When you picture protein, you might be thinking of elite bodybuilders with their protein shakes, egg whites, and plain chicken. 00:32:25.06 If it's a poor binder 00:27:08.11 So, there it is. 00:34:17.26 and I suspect that it will happen in higher eukaryotes. 00:28:30.20 or metagene analyses 00:18:59.14 We see tRNAs bound in their respective sites 00:39:44.22 As an additional point, 00:16:31.16 and you align all the stop codons 00:28:26.24 and what we've observed... 00:36:40.10 are facilitating the chemistry 00:21:40.23 - the AUG start codon - 00:02:13.13 what translation is, 00:23:50.14 that are involved in elongation An operon is a set of genes that are adjacent to one another in the genome and are coordinately controlled; that is, the genes are either all turned on or all turned off. 00:14:34.18 You can then isolate that 30-or-so nucleotide long messenger RNA 00:35:57.04 and I think the take-home message 00:22:27.28 and it had to do with those short reads. 00:06:11.00 we had purified components of the ribosome, 00:25:36.16 that ribosomes indeed 00:16:45.06 and at the 3' end of the gene. 00:04:55.16 has a codon-recognition motif down here 00:07:00.08 the tRNA substrates, 00:19:52.24 This is what typical ribosome profiling data looks like. 00:13:14.18 The first one is the aminoacylation site, 00:39:23.10 but with a protein end to promote catalysis, The process of protein synthesis and translation is a subject of mathematical modeling for a long time starting from the first detailed kinetic models such as or others taking into account stochastic aspects of translation and using computer simulations. 00:16:50.13 that are going to be evaluated by the protein synthesis machinery 00:37:39.04 of EFG bound to the ribosome. 00:08:06.26 as early as the 1950s by Francis Crick, The common peptide definitionimplies that they might be naturally occurring due to synthetic functions of living organisms. 00:26:59.00 and when those endonucleolytic cleavages happen 00:17:06.01 that might tell us something new about the function 00:04:09.06 and finally about some of the many factors 00:04:28.01 So, as I mentioned, there are 20 different amino acids, 00:16:34.03 that is referred to as the polyA tail. 00:07:54.02 the methionine carries a radioactive label. 00:04:38.18 or a two-letter code. 00:32:04.16 that have nonsense codons that are suppressed 00:33:28.10 in the small subunit in the decoding center, 00:17:32.08 which is referred to as the large subunit, 00:31:13.29 and it's probably the most abundant protein in biology. Comprising two primary parts (transcription and translation), the process of protein synthesis involves ribonucleic acids (RNA), deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), enzymes, and ribosomes. 00:36:49.04 the mRNA:tRNA complex is moved 00:08:41.24 the dipeptide Met-Phe. 00:25:51.04 and that's really the key to finding the AUG in bacteria. 00:39:36.03 on that side of the ribosome 00:09:02.03 but we don't know what they do on the ribosome, 00:14:33.15 that are made from the double-stranded DNA 00:08:06.20 In this case, 00:29:31.28 and we can see in a wild type and a Dom34 knockout strain... 00:23:18.14 and that when Dom34 is missing 00:27:59.27 the AUG start site 00:10:39.02 That's consistent with the fact that the Dom34 protein 00:21:26.23 and how all of these components that I've just described 00:09:48.24 that have given these loops their names, 00:31:17.28 is this particular protein, 00:31:28.26 this activated amino acid... it's a labile bond translation. 00:07:22.06 understanding that these factors 00:28:27.08 or in the yeast transcriptome, 00:34:26.10 how important we think Dom34 might be in the cell. 00:19:31.18 where amino acids are ligated together, 00:03:39.26 So, the players... what are we gonna focus on first? 00:04:36.21 probably needs to be bigger than a one-letter code 00:14:24.28 They're ready for action. 00:29:22.25 that look like the bacterial factors IF1 and IF3, 00:09:15.26 to these two different complexes, 00:36:32.21 a nucleophilic displacement. 00:35:24.17 and I suspect we're going to learn more about that quite soon, 00:11:05.03 So, how does all this make sense 00:13:04.06 including, for example, It is made during transcription in the … 00:28:45.28 and in fact the scanning model 00:20:25.02 The next one that we see here is the archeal ribosome, 00:07:14.08 it ends up typically having a relatively minor consequence, 00:36:58.26 This is a process facilitated 00:30:42.18 would be cleared by Dom34. 00:18:45.06 with a full-length messenger RNA bound to it. 00:27:51.20 as in Roy Parker's study, 00:05:25.18 corresponds to a single amino acid, 00:37:29.06 a tRNA bound to EFTu. 00:13:51.11 The other step to understand, however, 00:26:46.27 there are very few Dom34 targets 00:41:07.01 bacteria use a factor known as RRF and EFG again comes in... 00:11:46.10 it's still a stable interaction, but not as stable. 00:13:43.23 from Jonathan Weissman's lab 00:15:18.27 they have a stop codon associated with it, 00:14:45.14 of ribosome footprints from the cell 00:34:04.12 to decipher ribosomal events or events in translation. 00:02:15.15 It would also like to get rid of that incomplete polypeptide product. 00:38:41.20 - they have to recognize the information as 'STOP' - 00:16:11.24 We see at the 5' end 00:08:23.26 here at the 80S position. 00:33:03.09 that accelerate some of the forward rate constants in this scheme 00:08:12.24 and we ran them on a native gel. 00:28:03.22 where the tRNA can easily find it. Protein synthesis is the creation of proteins by cells that uses DNA, RNA and various enzymes. 00:25:03.18 aligned specifically along the HAC1 gene, 00:00:17.06 focusing on how the ribosome, 00:32:33.14 The ribosomes are a signature for us 00:17:25.08 It's where the mRNA and tRNA pairing interaction takes place. 00:32:20.27 It's a 29 nucleotide lag She then explains the roles of these players in ensuring accuracy during the initiation, elongation, termination and recycling steps of the translation process. 00:28:12.08 That's how they find the frame... Difference Between Protein Synthesis and DNA Replication Definition. 00:13:22.10 activating it with an ATP molecule 00:41:29.01 I hope you've learned a number 00:01:21.01 that would result in a messenger RNA 00:01:51.14 that are actually going to be iteratively put together 00:29:03.16 which are consistent with the idea 00:03:32.27 And we had studied these factors 00:08:10.22 with labels in different places, 00:24:20.06 and we'll talk about that. 00:06:19.09 it waits for a stop and that's how it knows 00:15:03.16 and then you can also ask 00:04:03.20 that we'd like to discuss. 00:14:06.27 what the role of Dom34 is in yeast cells 00:34:22.08 where I talked about the distribution of fragment sizes, 00:31:48.04 Well, we can take this sort of signature 00:11:44.14 there are still several hydrogen bonds, 00:23:34.22 is what we learned about the HAC1 gene 00:35:37.00 that's why it's embryonic lethal in higher eukaryotes, 00:07:05.10 we can label the ribosomes, 00:12:44.04 So, that's an incredible level of fidelity. 00:15:58.08 and that this methodology is able to capture 00:11:52.16 only at the third position, 00:02:05.16 So, this is an iterative, linear march 00:16:23.12 You can see that's true along the open reading frames as well; 00:36:06.04 This is simple chemistry, 00:22:30.18 and that's a number of translation factors. 00:19:40.29 We can see that the ribosome reads 00:04:55.02 as the code... 00:14:48.06 and we several things that are of interest. 00:19:06.27 which is very easy to see here, Dehydration reactions are a subset of condensation reactions where two functional groups combine to form a covalent bond along with the release of a small molecule such as water, HCl, methanol or acetic acid. 00:38:36.03 But we can think of them much like a tRNA Shoemaker, CJ, Green, R. (2011). 00:21:02.22 that's been added in the lower eukaryotes, 00:20:07.20 to more complex organisms like ourselves, 00:10:22.18 So, an additional feature that needs to be discussed 00:14:43.20 You get hundreds of millions of reads 00:10:11.13 We see the acceptor loop out here, 00:24:49.05 even in normal cells. 00:09:42.28 They're referred to as the T-loop and the D-loop 00:06:06.19 We see that the code also specifies stops, 00:31:36.12 and with high fidelity, 00:10:33.04 where there's no codon recognition domain on this protein, Dom34. 00:06:24.26 and getting that initiator tRNA into the ribosome, 00:33:20.06 about how the ribosome recognizes 00:33:54.26 knowing that this is a good interaction, 00:23:10.06 is significantly enriched, 00:13:31.02 And so the question that we really wanted to ask next 00:03:14.06 iteratively adding an amino acid to the growing chain, 00:38:30.22 Stop codons are not recognized by tRNAs, 00:23:43.26 and their different mechanism of finding the AUG start site. 00:14:19.14 And that's really at the heart of protein synthesis. 00:37:05.14 to movement of the complex. 00:07:18.08 and we can see that here. 00:14:05.20 and it puts it on the wrong tRNA, 00:03:11.18 in these processes of decay, 00:23:36.26 and our increased ribosome occupancy 00:25:38.20 that's the process of finding the AUG 00:09:20.12 to read the code by forming Watson and Crick pairing interactions 00:02:28.02 and in that case the ribosome 00:21:56.26 which means in a wild type and a knockout strain 00:14:31.26 is about 30 nucleotides in length. 00:03:02.04 about the process of translation, 00:17:23.29 from getting through, 00:21:34.14 we're going to talk first about initiation, 00:06:34.14 which is AUG. 00:14:53.20 You typically couple this experiment 00:06:10.28 and we see there are three stops: Translation– where the mRNA joins with a ribosome, and a corresponding tRNA molecules brings the specific amino acid the codon codes for. 00:06:17.11 we had five key initiation factors The structure of molecules of messenger RNA (mRNA) and of transfer RNA (tRNA). 00:29:41.12 this key initiation factor, 00:29:51.18 But the experiment we did 00:34:10.22 if Dom34 is knocked out of the cell, 00:20:29.08 has some additional complexity. 00:07:58.01 that takes one alphabet and puts it into another alphabet. 00:33:53.01 is critical to the ribosome 00:22:09.06 There is one exception, 00:03:25.04 which is when, at the end of a coding region, 00:06:56.28 for the growing polypeptide chain, 00:21:42.04 or the difference in the number of ribosome footprints 00:15:34.06 ribosomes footprints and mRNA-seq data. 00:05:53.28 what we did is we incorporated Dom34 and Hbs1, 00:12:33.21 of a rescue response. 00:01:22.22 that might actually not be optimal. 00:16:33.04 and you do what we call an average gene or metagene analysis... 00:03:48.28 We're going to talk about the messenger RNA template, 00:04:40.22 Should I translate it or should I not? 00:32:58.01 which is that when the ribosome recognizes the correct tRNA, 00:29:14.12 we think the messenger RNA tends to exist like this 00:04:48.10 and that's highlighted by this structural view here. 00:03:24.25 in eukaryotic systems, 00:30:07.07 Similar events take place in the eukaryotic system, 00:35:08.26 suggesting that in fact 00:14:44.22 If we look on the left we see 00:05:57.12 or every element 00:04:36.00 It seemed like a very logical idea 00:37:34.15 to facilitate translocation. 00:13:26.27 that that's when cells really get sick, 00:35:39.17 This truly is an RNA enzyme 00:09:55.16 and they were facilitating some destabilizing event 00:17:12.18 - the adaptor molecule - 00:41:03.19 in this case that promote these events. 00:38:03.01 and just biases forward movement 00:12:34.00 There's one for each amino acid in the cell. 00:06:05.07 from the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. 00:01:42.06 Amazingly enough, eukaryotic cells 00:01:02.05 have a start codon 00:40:00.05 are really quite different in bacteria and eukaryotes, 00:26:24.14 that's typically involved in this process called No-Go-Decay, 00:23:12.28 of eukaryotic-specific factors 00:18:06.02 so we were generous in slicing our fragments from a gel. 00:08:01.04 So, the idea of an adaptor 00:22:01.18 That's both by mRNA-seq, 00:07:34.08 For the one on the left, 00:22:44.18 or a Dom34 knockout versus a wild type strain, 00:16:00.22 that three nucleotide movement. 00:33:13.07 by looking at some of the details of the crystal structures. 00:06:09.15 In our lab, in the freezer, 00:08:56.04 We next asked what happened 00:17:27.26 We refer to that as the small subunit. 00:24:56.19 and you recognize your AUG, 00:02:33.08 and highly regulated event 00:09:53.10 is that they help, in three dimensions, bring the molecule together. 00:25:40.04 so we're missing the intron, now, 00:23:09.12 and we'll describe those. 00:02:32.16 the 3' untranslated region of that gene 00:00:07.22 Hi. 00:01:32.10 having just a stop codon at the end of the open reading frame, 00:33:38.05 within another helix, and that's where they are normally, 00:31:01.26 If you go too fast, you'll make more mistakes, 00:25:24.10 - the 16-mer reads of a single monosome peak, 00:24:25.24 sits an unspliced gene 00:22:06.04 by the machinery specifically responsible 00:41:57.07 at the heart of all of these events 00:07:28.28 So, what we did in this case 00:07:18.04 to learn something 00:12:58.08 We did, however, know that the Dom34 deletion in yeast 00:10:47.04 So, how does that work? 00:07:59.05 but in this case the tRNA itself 00:20:53.12 more able to do complex reactions or complex regulation. 00:21:19.16 So, that's kind of an exciting way 00:00:48.01 at their 5' end 00:12:43.08 We knew from the beginning that Dom34 00:29:10.00 Other initiation factors bind to the polyA tail. 00:33:22.14 in fact using RNA sequencing methods, 00:42:37.08 And with that I'll stop. 00:04:19.08 and we had been studying them biochemically. 00:18:25.17 and that allows for all of the different events 00:32:24.24 that we would expect of a ribosome stuck in front 00:14:17.18 such a high level of fidelity. 00:00:29.01 and to the recycling of the ribosome complex. 00:26:02.23 But the end goal in each case 00:06:02.08 which is an in vitro reconstituted translation system 00:13:20.20 that it recognizes, The DNA code for the protein remains in the nucleus, but a copy, called mRNA, moves from the nucleus to the ribosomes where … 00:23:22.00 and how they differently participate 00:23:42.26 positive effect of Dom34 in yeast, 00:23:12.18 consistent with the idea that Dom34 00:33:14.14 and YAP1, 00:10:22.06 depending on the length of the polypeptide chain. 00:18:56.20 is probably representing a rotated or ratcheted state of the ribosome 00:31:18.28 and they trail, in fact, Proteins are made of a long chain of amino acids, which has been coded for by DNA. What Features Does Infinite Campus Offer for Students? 00:19:37.27 here, PGK1. 00:01:26.18 is, for example, if a messenger RNA 00:31:38.02 into the active site of the ribosome, 00:05:27.10 but the other feature they have in common Opportunities for skills development. 00:22:32.14 These are proteins 00:27:13.19 It just didn't provide us with very many targets. 00:24:39.19 that there's some constitutive splicing 00:07:14.24 and I'm going to show you one example 00:26:17.01 through a normal endonucleolytic cleavage by IRE1, 00:14:22.07 So, now we have activated aminoacyl-tRNAs. ; mRNA then moves out of … transcription. 00:19:35.02 where the genetic information is interpreted. 00:02:18.13 that took the amino acid building blocks, 00:36:09.23 that are responsible for recognizing and recruiting factors 00:20:52.04 throughout every gene in the genome. 00:35:29.19 is formed exclusively, really, of RNA components, Working in yeast and using a number of biochemical and genetic techniques, Green’s lab showed that the protein Dom34 is critical for facilitating ribosome release from the short mRNAs that result from mRNA cleavage. 00:20:59.23 - ribosomes should pause at histidine codons in the absence of histidine - 00:33:40.00 in the absence of a tRNA ligand. 00:12:52.01 and is an embryonic lethal in mice. 00:04:58.24 to a single amino acid. 00:22:38.24 they make it more efficient, 00:08:50.01 - this is a deacylated tRNA 00:35:27.09 and non-essential in yeast, 00:11:14.26 there were a number of labs studying this in vivo, 00:25:42.08 And in bacteria and eukaryotes 00:29:18.15 and that was by manipulating the yeast cells 00:07:09.29 to ask about biochemical reactions. 00:23:47.03 But first, I need to tell you a little bit about the HAC1 gene. 00:03:16.27 because we noticed in the literature 00:16:21.12 through an unusual 5'-5' linkage. 00:32:00.02 those are the grey 30-nucleotide long reads. 00:19:58.08 is probably some natural pausing by ribosomes, 00:23:54.04 and you can see again that there are names 00:14:52.15 multiple coding regions on the bacterial messenger RNA. 00:21:55.09 They all come out around one, Fact recognizes both of these factors, 00:41:01.22 they 're going to you. 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