Impact of the Ku Complex on HIV-1 Expression and Latency

Gwenola Manic, Aurélie Maurin-Marlin, Fanny Laurent, Ilio Vitale, Sylvain Thierry, Olivier Delelis, Philippe Dessen, Michelle Vincendeau, Christine Leib-Mösch, Uriel Hazan, Jean François Mouscadet, Stéphanie Bury-Moné

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Ku, a cellular complex required for human cell survival and involved in double strand break DNA repair and multiple other cellular processes, may modulate retroviral multiplication, although the precise mechanism through which it acts is still controversial. Recently, Ku was identified as a possible anti-human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) target in human cells, in two global approaches. Here we investigated the role of Ku on the HIV-1 replication cycle by analyzing the expression level of a panel of non-replicative lentiviral vectors expressing the green fluorescent protein in human colorectal carcinoma HCT 116 cells, stably or transiently depleted of Ku. We found that in this cellular model the depletion of Ku did not affect the efficiency of (pre-)integrative steps but decreased the early HIV-1 expression by acting at the transcriptional level. This negative effect was specific of the HIV-1 promoter, required the obligatory step of viral DNA integration and was reversed by transient depletion of p53. We also provided evidence on a direct binding of Ku to HIV-1 LTR in transduced cells. Ku not only promotes the early transcription from the HIV-1 promoter, but also limits the constitution of viral latency. Moreover, in the presence of a normal level of Ku, HIV-1 expression was gradually lost over time, likely due to the counter-selection of HIV-1-expressing cells. On the contrary, the reactivation of transgene expression from HIV-1 by means of trichostatin A- or tumor necrosis factor α-administration was enhanced under condition of Ku haplodepletion, suggesting a phenomenon of provirus latency. These observations plead in favor of the hypothesis that Ku has an impact on HIV-1 expression and latency at early- and mid-time after integration.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere69691
JournalPLoS One
Volume8
Issue number7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 29 2013

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Human immunodeficiency virus 1
Viruses
HIV-1
trichostatin A
Cells
promoter regions
HIV Long Terminal Repeat
cells
Virus Latency
Virus Integration
HCT116 Cells
proviruses
Proviruses
tumor necrosis factors
Constitution and Bylaws
Viral DNA
Transcription
Virus Replication
DNA repair
Green Fluorescent Proteins

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Manic, G., Maurin-Marlin, A., Laurent, F., Vitale, I., Thierry, S., Delelis, O., ... Bury-Moné, S. (2013). Impact of the Ku Complex on HIV-1 Expression and Latency. PLoS One, 8(7), [e69691]. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0069691

Impact of the Ku Complex on HIV-1 Expression and Latency. / Manic, Gwenola; Maurin-Marlin, Aurélie; Laurent, Fanny; Vitale, Ilio; Thierry, Sylvain; Delelis, Olivier; Dessen, Philippe; Vincendeau, Michelle; Leib-Mösch, Christine; Hazan, Uriel; Mouscadet, Jean François; Bury-Moné, Stéphanie.

In: PLoS One, Vol. 8, No. 7, e69691, 29.07.2013.

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Manic, G, Maurin-Marlin, A, Laurent, F, Vitale, I, Thierry, S, Delelis, O, Dessen, P, Vincendeau, M, Leib-Mösch, C, Hazan, U, Mouscadet, JF & Bury-Moné, S 2013, 'Impact of the Ku Complex on HIV-1 Expression and Latency', PLoS One, vol. 8, no. 7, e69691. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0069691
Manic G, Maurin-Marlin A, Laurent F, Vitale I, Thierry S, Delelis O et al. Impact of the Ku Complex on HIV-1 Expression and Latency. PLoS One. 2013 Jul 29;8(7). e69691. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0069691
Manic, Gwenola ; Maurin-Marlin, Aurélie ; Laurent, Fanny ; Vitale, Ilio ; Thierry, Sylvain ; Delelis, Olivier ; Dessen, Philippe ; Vincendeau, Michelle ; Leib-Mösch, Christine ; Hazan, Uriel ; Mouscadet, Jean François ; Bury-Moné, Stéphanie. / Impact of the Ku Complex on HIV-1 Expression and Latency. In: PLoS One. 2013 ; Vol. 8, No. 7.
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