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Focus-ING on DNA Integrity Implication of ING Proteins in Cell Cycle Regulation and DNA Repair Modulation

Abstract : The ING family of tumor suppressor genes is composed of five members (ING1-5) involved in cell cycle regulation, DNA damage response, apoptosis and senescence. All ING proteins belong to various HAT or HDAC complexes and participate in chromatin remodeling that is essential for genomic stability and signaling pathways. The gatekeeper functions of the INGs are well described by their role in the negative regulation of the cell cycle, notably by modulating the stability of p53 or the p300 HAT activity. However, the caretaker functions are described only for ING1, ING2 and ING3. This is due to their involvement in DNA repair such as ING1 that participates not only in NERs after UV-induced damage, but also in DSB repair in which ING2 and ING3 are required for accumulation of ATM, 53BP1 and BRCA1 near the lesion and for the subsequent repair. This review summarizes evidence of the critical roles of ING proteins in cell cycle regulation and DNA repair to maintain genomic stability.
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Jérôme Archambeau, Alice Blondel, Remy Pedeux. Focus-ING on DNA Integrity Implication of ING Proteins in Cell Cycle Regulation and DNA Repair Modulation. Cancers, MDPI, 2019, 12 (1), pp.E58. ⟨10.3390/cancers12010058⟩. ⟨hal-02443967⟩

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