Phosphorylated condensin I promotes condensation of prometaphase chromosomes

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While condensin II complex (consisting of subunits SMC2, SMC4, NCAPD3, NCAPG2 and NCAPH2), responsible for condensation of chromosomes in prophase (Hirota et al. 2004, Abe et al. 2011), is nuclear, condensin I is cytosolic and gains access to chromosomes only after the nuclear envelope breakdown at the start of prometaphase (Ono et al. 2004). Condensin I, activated by CDK1 phosphorylation (Kimura et al. 1998, Kimura et al. 2001, Takemoto et al. 2006, Murphy et al. 2008), promotes further condensation of chromosomes in prometaphase and metaphase, visible as longitudinal chromosome shortening (Hirota et al. 2004). Besides CDK1-mediated phosphorylation, association of condensin I with chromosomes may be regulated by AURKB (Lipp et al. 2007). In budding yeast, condensin phosphorylation by Cdc2 (CDK1 ortholog) is followed by Cdc5-mediated phosphorylation (Cdc5 is PLK1 ortholog), which is important for the sustained mitotic activity of condensin complex (St-Pierre et al. 2009). Phosphorylation by PLK1 is also important for the activation of human condensin II complex (Abe et al. 2011).

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Science 1998
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Hirota, T, Gerlich, D, Koch, B, Ellenberg, J, Peters, JM

J. Cell. Sci. 2004
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Ono, T, Fang, Y, Spector, DL, Hirano, T

Mol. Biol. Cell 2004
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EMBO J. 2006
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Mol. Cell 2009
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Abe, S, Nagasaka, K, Hirayama, Y, Kozuka-Hata, H, Oyama, M, Aoyagi, Y, Obuse, C, Hirota, T

Genes Dev. 2011
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