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Abstract

The discs large (Dlg) tumour suppressor protein is targeted for ubiquitin-mediated degradation by the high-risk human papillomavirus E6 proteins. To understand further the mechanisms behind this, a mutational analysis of Dlg was undertaken. This study demonstrates that an intact PDZ domain 2 (PDZ2) on Dlg is necessary for the ability of E6 to bind and degrade Dlg. However, additional residues within the amino-terminal portion of Dlg are also required for optimal E6 activity. Stable cell lines expressing different Dlg mutants were also established and these confirm that Dlg is regulated intrinsically by the proteasome in the absence of E6; however, in this case, the sequences responsible for regulating Dlg stability lie predominantly within PDZ2. These results suggest that there are at least two mechanisms for regulating Dlg protein stability and that the pathways used by E6 are not necessarily the same as those used in the cell in its absence.

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