Stress response requires the precise modulation of gene expression in response to changes in growth conditions. This report demonstrates that selective nuclear mRNA degradation is required for both the cell wall stress response and the regulation of the cell wall integrity checkpoint. More specifically, the deletion of the yeast nuclear dsRNA-specific ribonuclease III (Rnt1p) increased the expression of the mRNAs associated with both the morphogenesis checkpoint and the cell wall integrity pathway, leading to an attenuation of the stress response. The over-expression of selected Rnt1p substrates, including the stress associated morphogenesis protein kinase Hsl1p, in wild-type cells mimicked the effect of RNT1 deletion on cell wall integrity, and their mRNAs were directly cleaved by the recombinant enzyme in vitro. The data supports a model for gene regulation in which nuclear mRNA degradation optimizes the cell response to stress and links it to the cell cycle.
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