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Aberrant splicing in the presenilin-1 intron 4 mutation causes presenile Alzheimer's disease by increased Aβ42 secretion

Chris De Jonghe, Marc Cruts, Ekaterina A Rogaeva, Carolyn Tysoe, Andrew Singleton, Hugo Vanderstichele, Wendy Meschino, Bart Dermaut UGent, Inge Vanderhoeven, Hubert Backhovens, et al. (1999) HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS. 8(8). p.1529-1540
abstract
We previously described a splice donor site mutation in intron 4 of presenilin-1 (PSEN1) in two patients with autopsy-confirmed early-onset Alzheimer's disease (AD), Here we provide evidence that the intron 4 mutation is present in four additional unrelated early-onset AD cases, that the mutation segregates in an autosomal dominant manner and that all cases have one common ancestor. We demonstrate that the intron 4 mutation produces three different transcripts, two deletion transcripts (Delta 4 and Delta 4(cryptic)) and one insertion transcript (ins(TAC)), by aberrant splicing, The deletion transcripts result in the formation of C-truncated (similar to 7 kDa) PSEN1 proteins while the insertion transcript produces a full-length PSEN1 with one extra amino acid (Thr) inserted between codons 113 and 114 (PSEN1 T113-114ins). The truncated proteins were not detectable in vivo in brain homogenates or lymphoblast lysates of mutation carriers. In vitro HEK-293 cells overexpressing Delta 4, Delta 4(cryptic) or ins(TAC) PSEN1 cDNAs showed increased A beta 42 secretion (similar to 3.4 times) only for the insertion cDNA construct. Increased A beta 42 production was also observed in brain homogenates, Our data indicate that in the case of intron 4 mutation, the AD pathophysiology results from the presence of the PSEN1 T113-114ins protein comparable with cases carrying dominant PSEN1 missense mutations.
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Aberrant splicing in the presenilin-1 intron 4 mutation causes presenile Alzheimer's disease by increased A beta 42 secretion
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HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
Hum. Mol. Genet.
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8
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8
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1529 - 1540
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000081853500021
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0964-6906
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10.1093/hmg/8.8.1529
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English
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  abstract     = {We previously described a splice donor site mutation in intron 4 of presenilin-1 (PSEN1) in two patients with autopsy-confirmed early-onset Alzheimer's disease (AD), Here we provide evidence that the intron 4 mutation is present in four additional unrelated early-onset AD cases, that the mutation segregates in an autosomal dominant manner and that all cases have one common ancestor. We demonstrate that the intron 4 mutation produces three different transcripts, two deletion transcripts (Delta 4 and Delta 4(cryptic)) and one insertion transcript (ins(TAC)), by aberrant splicing, The deletion transcripts result in the formation of C-truncated (similar to 7 kDa) PSEN1 proteins while the insertion transcript produces a full-length PSEN1 with one extra amino acid (Thr) inserted between codons 113 and 114 (PSEN1 T113-114ins). The truncated proteins were not detectable in vivo in brain homogenates or lymphoblast lysates of mutation carriers. In vitro HEK-293 cells overexpressing Delta 4, Delta 4(cryptic) or ins(TAC) PSEN1 cDNAs showed increased A beta 42 secretion (similar to 3.4 times) only for the insertion cDNA construct. Increased A beta 42 production was also observed in brain homogenates, Our data indicate that in the case of intron 4 mutation, the AD pathophysiology results from the presence of the PSEN1 T113-114ins protein comparable with cases carrying dominant PSEN1 missense mutations.},
  author       = {De Jonghe, Chris and Cruts, Marc and Rogaeva, Ekaterina A and Tysoe, Carolyn and Singleton, Andrew and Vanderstichele, Hugo and Meschino, Wendy and Dermaut, Bart and Vanderhoeven, Inge and Backhovens, Hubert and Vanmechelen, Eugeen and Morris, Christopher M and Hardy, John and Rubinsztein, David C and St George-Hyslop, Peter H and Van Broeckhoven, Christine},
  issn         = {0964-6906},
  journal      = {HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {1529--1540},
  title        = {Aberrant splicing in the presenilin-1 intron 4 mutation causes presenile Alzheimer's disease by increased A\ensuremath{\beta}42 secretion},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/hmg/8.8.1529},
  volume       = {8},
  year         = {1999},
}

Chicago
De Jonghe, Chris, Marc Cruts, Ekaterina A Rogaeva, Carolyn Tysoe, Andrew Singleton, Hugo Vanderstichele, Wendy Meschino, et al. 1999. “Aberrant Splicing in the Presenilin-1 Intron 4 Mutation Causes Presenile Alzheimer’s Disease by Increased Aβ42 Secretion.” Human Molecular Genetics 8 (8): 1529–1540.
APA
De Jonghe, C., Cruts, M., Rogaeva, E. A., Tysoe, C., Singleton, A., Vanderstichele, H., Meschino, W., et al. (1999). Aberrant splicing in the presenilin-1 intron 4 mutation causes presenile Alzheimer’s disease by increased Aβ42 secretion. HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS, 8(8), 1529–1540.
Vancouver
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De Jonghe C, Cruts M, Rogaeva EA, Tysoe C, Singleton A, Vanderstichele H, et al. Aberrant splicing in the presenilin-1 intron 4 mutation causes presenile Alzheimer’s disease by increased Aβ42 secretion. HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS. 1999;8(8):1529–40.
MLA
De Jonghe, Chris, Marc Cruts, Ekaterina A Rogaeva, et al. “Aberrant Splicing in the Presenilin-1 Intron 4 Mutation Causes Presenile Alzheimer’s Disease by Increased Aβ42 Secretion.” HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS 8.8 (1999): 1529–1540. Print.