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Family: Cas_Cas1 (PF01867)

Summary: CRISPR associated protein Cas1

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CRISPR-associated protein 1
Identifiers
Symbolcas1
PfamPF01867
InterProIPR002729

CRISPR-associated protein 1 (cas1) is one of the two universally conserved proteins found in the CRISPR prokaryotic immune defense system. Cas1 is a metal-dependent DNA-specific endonuclease that produces double-stranded DNA fragments.[1] Cas1 forms a stable complex with the other universally conserved CRISPR-associated protein, cas2, which is essential to spacer acquisition for CRISPR systems.[2]

In July 2017, researchers led by Jennifer Doudna from the University of California at Berkeley, in Berkeley, California, using electron microscopy and X-ray crystallography, at the Advanced Light Source at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, and the HHMI electron microscope facility at UC Berkeley, discovered how Cas1-Cas2, the proteins responsible for the ability of the CRISPR immune system (CRISPR means: clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats) in bacteria to adapt to new viral infections, identify the site in the genome where they insert viral DNA so they can recognize it later and mount an attack. A protein called IHF plays a crucial role in this process.[3] Scientists also discovered that Cas-1 inhibits Cas-2/3 enzymatic activity as a nuclease and in the same discussion postulated that Cas1-Cas2 had an evolutionary origin as a toxin-antitoxin complex. This could result in a change in the evolutionary model of the Cas1-Cas2 complex.[4]

References

  1. ^ Wiedenheft B, Zhou K, Jinek M, Coyle SM, Ma W, Doudna JA (2009). "Structural basis for DNase activity of a conserved protein implicated in CRISPR-mediated genome defense". Structure. 17 (6): 904–12. doi:10.1016/j.str.2009.03.019. PMID 19523907.
  2. ^ Nuñez JK, Kranzusch PJ, Noeske J, Wright AV, Davies CW, Doudna JA (2014). "Cas1-Cas2 complex formation mediates spacer acquisition during CRISPR-Cas adaptive immunity". Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol. 21 (6): 528–34. doi:10.1038/nsmb.2820. PMC 4075942. PMID 24793649.
  3. ^ "Researchers discover how CRISPR proteins find their target". 20 July 2017.
  4. ^ Rollins, MaryClare F.; Chowdhury, Saikat; Carter, Joshua; Golden, Sarah M.; Wilkinson, Royce A.; Bondy-Denomy, Joseph; Lander, Gabriel C.; Wiedenheft, Blake (24 April 2017). "Cas1 and the Csy complex are opposing regulators of Cas2/3 nuclease activity". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114 (26): E5113–E5121. doi:10.1073/pnas.1616395114. PMC 5495223. PMID 28438998.


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CRISPR associated protein Cas1 Provide feedback

Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPRs) are a family of DNA direct repeats found in many prokaryotic genomes. This family of proteins corresponds to Cas1, a CRISPR-associated protein. Cas1 may be involved in linking DNA segments to CRISPR [2].

Literature references

  1. Haft DH, Selengut J, Mongodin EF, Nelson KE; , PLoS Comput Biol. 2005;1:e60.: A guild of 45 CRISPR-associated (Cas) protein families and multiple CRISPR/Cas subtypes exist in prokaryotic genomes. PUBMED:16292354 EPMC:16292354

  2. Bolotin A, Quinquis B, Sorokin A, Ehrlich SD; , Microbiology. 2005;151:2551-2561.: Clustered regularly interspaced short palindrome repeats (CRISPRs) have spacers of extrachromosomal origin. PUBMED:16079334 EPMC:16079334


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InterPro entry IPR002729

The CRISPR-Cas system is a prokaryotic defense mechanism against foreign genetic elements. The key elements of this defense system are the Cas proteins and the CRISPR RNA.

Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR) are a family of DNA direct repeats separated by regularly sized non-repetitive spacer sequences that are found in most bacterial and archaeal genomes [ PUBMED:17442114 ]. CRISPRs appear to provide acquired resistance against mobile genetic elements (viruses, transposable elements and conjugative plasmids). CRISPR clusters contain sequences complementary to antecedent mobile elements and target invading nucleic acids. CRISPR clusters are transcribed and processed into CRISPR RNA (crRNA).

The defense reaction is divided into three stages. In the adaptation stage, the invader DNA is cleaved, and a piece of it is selected to be integrated as a new spacer into the CRISPR locus, where it is stored as an identity tag for future attacks by this invader. During the second stage (the expression stage), the CRISPR RNA (pre-crRNA) is transcribed and subsequently processed into the mature crRNAs. In the third stage (the interference stage), Cas proteins, together with crRNAs, identify and degrade the invader [ PUBMED:17379808 , PUBMED:16545108 , PUBMED:21699496 ].

The CRISPR-Cas systems have been sorted into three major classes. In CRISPR-Cas types I and III, the mature crRNA is generally generated by a member of the Cas6 protein family. Whereas in system III the Cas6 protein acts alone, in some class I systems it is part of a complex of Cas proteins known as Cascade (CRISPR-associated complex for antiviral defense). The Cas6 protein is an endoribonuclease necessary for crRNA production whereas the additional Cas proteins that form the Cascade complex are needed for crRNA stability [ PUBMED:24459147 ].

This entry represents Cas1, which is a metal-dependent DNA-specific endonuclease [ PUBMED:19523907 ]. Cas1 may play a role in the recognition, cleavage, and/or integration of foreign nucleic acids into CRISPRs.

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Seed source: Enright A
Previous IDs: DUF48;
Type: Family
Sequence Ontology: SO:0100021
Author: Enright A , Ouzounis C , Bateman A
Number in seed: 339
Number in full: 4827
Average length of the domain: 234.00 aa
Average identity of full alignment: 21 %
Average coverage of the sequence by the domain: 73.78 %

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Gathering cut-off 22.3 22.3
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