Our data demonstrate that IIGP, a member of the 47 kDa GTPase family, which participates in defense against intracellular pathogens, interacts with the microtubule-binding linker protein mHk3. The association of these GTPases with intracellular membranes suggests that these molecules modulate membrane-dependent processes (Taylor et al., 1997; Zerrahn et al., 2002). The herein identified interaction between IIGP and mHk3 provides the first evidence for a participation of IIGP in intracellular trafficking which could form the molecular basis for effector mechanisms directed against intracellular pathogens.. The recently described human hook protein family comprises three members that associate differentially with compartments of the secretory and endocytic pathways. A single hook protein (dHK) is expressed in Drosophila. Localized to endosomes, dHk participates in the formation or maturation of multivesicular bodies (MVB) (Kramer and Phistry, 1996), and loss of function results in a marked ...
Mfn2 is a mitochondrial fusion protein with a lower GTPase activity than that of Mfn1 (Ishihara et al, 2004; Neuspiel et al, 2005). On the basis of the mitochondrial fusion activity of Mfn2, the alterations in mitochondrial morphology and function detected upon silencing or ablation of this gene have been attributed to reduced mitochondrial fusion (Bach et al, 2003; Chen et al, 2003; Pich et al, 2005). Here we provide evidence that an ER‐related mechanism is responsible for the development of swollen mitochondria, enhanced Ca2+ overload, increased ROS production, and reduced mitochondrial respiration in Mfn2‐deficient cells. This view is based on a number of observations, namely, (a) Mfn2 KO or Mfn2‐silenced cells showed sustained PERK activation under basal conditions; (b) PERK silencing ameliorated the mitochondrial network and respiration and reduced ROS production and mitochondrial Ca2+ in Mfn2 KO cells; (c) PERK overexpression caused mitochondrial fragmentation and reduced ...
Proposed pathway for mitochondrial fission complex assembly. (1) Before fission complex assembly, the NH2-terminal arm of yeast Fis1p (indicated) interacts with
Our laboratory studies signal transduction systems controlled by heterotrimeric G proteins as well as Ras-related GTPases. The superfamily of GTPases control numerous signaling cascades based upon the regulated binding, hydrolysis, and exchange of guanine nucleotides; GTPases bound to GTP are active in downstream signaling while those bound to GDP are inactive. Mutant GTPases with abnormal GDP/GTP cycling are implicated in numerous human diseases, including cancer. It is our desire to better understand the regulation of heterotrimeric G proteins and Ras-related GTPases at the molecular level with the ultimate goal of using this information to design therapies to correct abnormal signaling mediated by these proteins and thereby treat associated pathologies.. ...
Loss of the interferon-γ-inducible regulatory immunity-related GTPase IRG, Irgm1, causes activation of effector IRG proteins on lysosomes, damaging lysosomal function and predicting the dramatic susceptibility of Irgm1-deficient . . Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
PD mutations in the RocCOR domain of LRRK2 lead to a decrease in GTPase activity [23,25,43,44,56-58], although the affected residues are most often not directly located in the GTP/GDP-binding pocket [37,46]. Using the bacterial CtRoco as a model, we previously showed that the RocCOR domain needs to cycle between a dimeric and monomeric state during the GTPase reaction, where GTP binding induces monomerization while the protein re-dimerizes after GTP hydrolysis [36]. This mechanism thus predicts that either mutations that stabilize the dimer or that block the protein in a monomeric state would impair the GTPase reaction. We concomitantly showed that the L487A mutation (corresponding to the PD-associated mutation I1371V in LRRK2) leads to a decrease in GTP turnover and stabilizes the CtRoco dimer. In agreement with these findings and with our model, it was very recently reported that the R1441G/C/H and N1473H PD mutations decrease the GTPase activity of the Roc domain of LRRK2 by destabilizing or ...
Introduction: DM increases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, although the specific molecular mechanisms underlying DM are not well understood, perhaps the most important pathway regulating metabolism in muscle is mitochondrial biogenesis. The mitofusin 2 is a important protein to mitochondrial fusion. Additionally, muscle mitochondrial metabolism is regulated by a group of morphogenesis machinery proteins which are important for mitochondrial fusion and fission events and also for their independent effects on bioenergetics. The exercise training is a strategy for reversing the effects of mitochondrial dysfunction trough the regulation of mitochondrial protein transcription and biogenegis. The aim of this study was to verify if endurance exercise increases the expression of Mitofusin 2 in cardiac myocytes in experimental diabetes. Male Wistar rats were divided into 4 groups: control (C:8), control trained (CT=8), diabetic (D=8), diabetic trained (DT=8). DM was induced by STZ ...
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Here we report the generation and functional characterization of mice that lack the mitochondrial fusion protein Mfn-1 in cardiac myocytes. Mice lacking Mfn-1 exhibited normal heart function, but the mitochondria within Mfn-1-deficient myocytes were small and spherical. These findings are in marked contrast to our previous analysis of Mfn-2-deficient myocytes that displayed larger mitochondria (50). Despite mitochondrial fragmentation, Mfn-1-deficient myocytes were protected from ROS-induced mitochondrial depolarization and cell death.. Why are mitochondria smaller in Mfn-1-deficient myocytes yet enlarged in myocytes that are deficient for Mfn-2? One possibility is that the degree of mitochondrial size is dependent on the relative levels of mitofusin GTPase activity within the cell. Earlier studies (26) comparing mitofusins have shown that the two homologs exhibit considerable differences in terms of binding and hydrolyzing GTP, where Mfn-1 has eightfold higher GTPase activity than Mfn-2. ...
The Gtr1 protein of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a member of the RagA subfamily of the Ras-like small GTPase superfamily. Gtr1 has been implicated in various cellular processes. Particularly, the Switch regions in the GTPase domain of Gtr1 are essential for TORC1 activation and amino acid signaling. Therefore, knowledge about the biochemical activity of Gtr1 is required to understand its mode of action and regulation. By employing tryptophan fluorescence analysis and radioactive GTPase assays, we demonstrate that Gtr1 can adopt two distinct GDP- and GTP-bound conformations, and that it hydrolyses GTP much slower than Ras proteins. Using cysteine mutagenesis of Arginine-37 and Valine-67, residues at the Switch I and II regions, respectively, we show altered GTPase activity and associated conformational changes as compared to the wild type protein and the cysteine-less mutant. The extremely low intrinsic GTPase activity of Gtr1 implies requirement for interaction with activating proteins to support its
Mitochondria are remarkably dynamic organelles. Time-lapse microscopy of living cells reveals that mitochondria undergo constant migration and morphological changes (Bereiter-Hahn and Voth, 1994; Nunnari et al., 1997; Rizzuto et al., 1998). Even in cells with a seemingly "stable" network of mitochondrial tubules, there are frequent and continual cycles of mitochondrial fusion and fission, opposing processes that exist in equilibrium and serve to maintain the overall architecture of these organelles (Bereiter-Hahn and Voth, 1994; Nunnari et al., 1997).. In both yeast and flies, mitochondrial fusion is controlled by the nuclearly encoded mitochondrial transmembrane GTPase, fuzzy onions (Fzo).* In Drosophila, Fzo is specifically and transiently expressed in spermatids. Disruption of Fzo prevents developmentally regulated mitochondrial fusion in postmeiotic spermatids and results in male sterility (Hales and Fuller, 1997). In budding yeast, deletion of FZO1 disrupts the highly branched, tubular ...
The bacterial homologues of the signal recognition particle (SRP) and its receptor, the Ffh*4.5S RNA ribonucleoprotein complex and the FtsY protein, respectively, form a unique complex in which both Ffh and FtsY act as GTPase activating proteins for one another, resulting in the mutual stimulation of GTP hydrolysis by both proteins. Previous work showed that 4.5S RNA enhances the GTPase activity in the presence of both Ffh and FtsY, but it was not clear how this was accomplished. In this work, kinetic and thermodynamic analyses of the GTPase reactions of Ffh and FtsY have provided insights into the role of 4.5S RNA in the GTPase cycles of Ffh and FtsY. We found that 4.5S RNA accelerates the association between Ffh and FtsY 400-fold in their GTP-bound form, analogous to its 200-fold catalytic effect on Ffh*FtsY association previously observed with the GppNHp-bound form [Peluso, P., et al. (2000) Science 288, 1640-1643]. Further, Ffh-FtsY association is rate-limiting for the observed GTPase ...
The immunity-related GTPases (IRGs) participate in the category of large interferon-inducible GTPases and constitute a cell-autonomous resistance system needed for the control of vacuolar pathogens like in mice. to spontaneous activation from the effector IRG protein when induced by IFNγ. This activation provides cytotoxic consequences producing a serious lymphopenia macrophage flaws and failure from the adaptive disease fighting capability in virulence elements and genetic deviation in the IRG program between different mouse strains correlates with level of resistance and susceptibility to virulent strains. Launch The immunity-related GTPases (IRG proteins previously known as p47 GTPases) had been first referred to in the 1990s as genes highly induced by disease via interferon gamma (IFNγ) (also to a lesser degree by type I IFN) in mice (Boehm et al. 1998; Carlow et al. 1995; Wall and Gilly 1992; Lafuse et al. 1995; Sorace et al. 1995; Taylor et al. 1996). Targeted deletions pioneered by ...
Background The mitochondrial GTPase mitofusin-2 ( MFN2) gene encodes a mitochondrial membrane protein that can induce apoptosis of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) via the mitochondrial apoptotic...
Members of the evolutionary conserved class of mitochondrial Fzo-GTPases have been identified in yeast, C. elegans, Drosophila and human. Here, we described the expression and function of the generally expressed human homologue Mfn1. The human genome contains two different functional genes encoding members of the Fzo-GTPase family, Mfn1 and Mfn2, which differ in their expression patterns. Interestingly, Drosophila also has two differently expressed genes encoding Fzo-GTPase family members: the founding member of the family fzo and dmfn (Hales and Fuller, 1997; Hwa et al., 2002). The Drosophila fzo protein is expressed only at the end of male meiosis and in early spermatids, where it is required for a developmentally regulated, massive mitochondrial fusion event in differentiating male germ cells (Hales and Fuller, 1997). In contrast, the Drosophila dmfn gene is broadly expressed in many tissues and stages of development (Hwa et al., 2002), where it presumably is involved in maintaining the ...
FtsZ has a GTPase activity that is associated with assembly and required for the dynamics of FtsZ polymers (24). In this study, we have investigated the properties of FtsZ2 that can support cell division despite having a dramatically reduced GTPase activity. We found that FtsZ2 is unable to assemble in vitro; however, it copolymerized upon addition of FtsZ, provided FtsZ is above the critical concentration. This supports a model for cooperative assembly of FtsZ polymers. Significantly, the stability of the copolymers increased with increasing FtsZ2 incorporation, implying FtsZ2 polymers, if formed, would be stable. Since FtsZ2 can support viability, our results suggest that stable FtsZ filaments are able to function in cell division. This result has important implications for the role of the Z ring in cell division, because it argues that constriction of the Z ring can occur through forces acting on FtsZ filaments.. FtsZ2 was isolated as an allele of ftsZ that was resistant to the cell division ...
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Septins are filament-forming proteins important for organizing the cortex of animal and fungal cells. In mammals, 13 septin paralogues were recently shown to assemble into core heterohexamer and heterooctamer complexes, which serve as building blocks for apolar filamentous structures that differ among cell types. To determine how tissue-specific septin paralogue expression may shape core heteromer repertoires and thereby modulate properties of septin filaments, we devised protocols to analyze native septin heteromers with distinct numbers of subunits. Our evidence based on genetically manipulated human cells supports and extends recent concepts of homology subgroup-restricted assembly into distinct categories of apolar heterohexamers and heterooctamers. We also identify a category of tetramers that have a subunit composition equivalent to an octameric building block. These atypical tetramers are prevalent in lymphocytes and neural tissues, in which octamers are abundant but hexamers are rare. ...
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Septins polymerize into heterooligomeric protein complexes that form filaments, and associate with cellular membranes, actin filaments and microtubules. GTPase activity is required for filament formation. Filaments are assembled from asymmetrical heterotrimers, composed of SEPT2, SEPT6 and SEPT7 that associate head-to-head to form a hexameric unit. Within the trimer, directly interacts with SEPT6, while interaction with SEPT2 seems indirect. In the absence of SEPT6, forms homodimers. Interacts directly with CENPE and links CENPE to septin filaments composed of SEPT2, SEPT6 and SEPT7. Interacts with SEPT5 and SEPT8 (By similarity). Interacts with SEPT9 and SEPT11. Component of a septin core octomeric complex consisting of SEPT12, SEPT7, SEPT6 and SEPT2 or SEPT4 in the order 12-7-6-2-2-6-7-12 or 12-7-6-4-4-6-7-12 and located in the sperm annulus; the SEPT12:SEPT7 association is mediated by the respective GTP-binding domains (PubMed:25588830 ...
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Immunity-related GTPase family M protein (IRGM), also known as interferon-inducible protein 1 (IFI1), is an enzyme that in humans is IRGM gene. IRGM is a member of the interferon-inducible GTPase family. The encoded protein may play a role in the innate immune response by regulating autophagy formation in response to intracellular pathogens. Polymorphisms that affect the normal expression of this gene are associated with a susceptibility to Crohns disease and tuberculosis. GRCh38: Ensembl release 89: ENSG00000237693 - Ensembl, May 2017 GRCm38: Ensembl release 89: ENSMUSG00000069874 - Ensembl, May 2017 "Human PubMed Reference:". "Mouse PubMed Reference:". "Entrez Gene: immunity-related GTPase family". Prescott NJ, Dominy KM, Kubo M, Lewis CM, Fisher SA, Redon R, Huang N, Stranger BE, Blaszczyk K, Hudspith B, Parkes G, Hosono N, Yamazaki K, Onnie CM, Forbes A, Dermitzakis ET, Nakamura Y, Mansfield JC, Sanderson J, Hurles ME, Roberts RG, Mathew CG (May 2010). "Independent and population-specific ...
The protein encoded by this gene is a member of the Ras-related protein subfamily of the Ras GTPase superfamily. Members of this family are small GTPases that act as molecular switches to regulate cellular proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis. This protein has been reported to activate in vitro transcriptional activity of the serum response element. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants. [provided by RefSeq, Sep 2012 ...
3. Functional analysis of SEPTIN9 isoforms. Septins are a family of filament forming proteins. Septin filaments, which are referred to as the fourth part of the cytoskeleton, consist of repeats of heteromeric octamers. Several Septins, are associated with a variety of tumors. This is particularly true for Septin9, which surprisingly seem to have both proto-oncogenic and tumor suppressor function. This dualistic function might be connected to different SEPTIN9 isoforms that have been shown to differentially direct the association of Septin filaments with microtubules and acting filaments. We try to elucidate the impact of SEPTIN9 isoforms on the cellular localization and cell stability.. ...
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Autosomal dominant optic atrophy (adOA) is the most prevalent hereditary optic neuropathy with moderate to severe visual field loss and loss of retinal ganglion cells. The majority of cases of adOA...
Dear Editor: I read with interest the article by Dr. Cohn, et al regarding the natural history of autosomal dominant optic atrophy (DOA). The authors describe an average of 10-year follow up for 69 patients with genetically confirmed DOA. In their study, 6 (9%) patients enjoyed improvement in visual acuity by 2 or more lines. I found this surprising, and I wonder if the authors could provide further information regarding this group. Is it the opinion of the authors that these patients actually improved or that this may represent testing artifact or bias? Were they significantly younger than the rest of the cohort? Was their follow up significantly shorter? By how much did the acuities improve among this group? Was their baseline acuity more likely to come from outside records? Sincerely, Michael S Lee, MD ...
Mutations in human and/or mouse homologs are associated with this disease. Synonyms: ADOAC; autosomal dominant optic atrophy 3; autosomal dominant optic atrophy and cataract; autosomal dominant optic atrophy type 3; OPA3; optic atrophy 3 with cataract
Autosomal dominant optic atrophy (OPA, MIM 165500) is an eye disease characterised by variable optic atrophy and reduction in visual acuity. It has an insidious onset in the first decade of life and is clinically highly heterogeneous. It is associated with a centrocecal scotoma of varying size and density and an acquired blue-yellow dyschromatopsia. Recent studies of three large Danish pedigrees have mapped a gene for dominant optic atrophy (OPA1) to a 10 cM region on chromosome 3q, between markers D3S1314 and D3S1265 (3q28-qter). Genetic linkage analysis in five British pedigrees confirms mapping to chromosome 3q28-qter. Haplotype analysis of a seven generation pedigree positions the disease causing gene between loci D3S3590 and D3S1305, corresponding to a genetic distance of 2 cM. This represents a significant linkage refinement and should facilitate positional cloning of the disease gene.. ...
Background Mutations in OPA3 have been reported in patients with autosomal dominant optic atrophy plus cataract and Costeff syndrome. Here, we report the results of a comprehensive study on OPA3 mutations, including the mutation spectrum and its prevalence in a large cohort of OPA1-negative autosomal dominant optic atrophy (ADOA) patients, the associated clinical phenotype and the functional characterisation of a newly identified OPA3 mutant. Methods Mutation analysis was carried out in a patient cohort of 121 independent ADOA patients. To characterise a novel OPA3 mutation, we analysed the mitochondrial import, steady-state levels and the mitochondrial localisation of the mutated protein in patients fibroblasts. Furthermore, the morphology of mitochondria harbouring the mutated OPA3 was monitored. Results We identified four independent cases (representing families with multiple affected members) with OPA3 mutations. Besides the known p.Q105E mutation, we observed a novel insertion, ...
Mourier et al. reveal that the mitochondrial fusion protein Mitofusin 2 (MFN2) is required to maintain production of the respiratory chain cofactor coenzyme Q.. The closely related GTPases MFN1 and MFN2 are both required for mitochondrial outer membrane fusion. Mfn1-deficient mice nevertheless seem perfectly healthy, but mice lacking Mfn2 die soon after birth. Moreover, only Mfn2 has been linked to human diseases, including the peripheral neuropathy Charcot-Marie-Tooth type 2A. Mourier et al. therefore investigated whether loss of Mfn2 affects mitochondrial function in other ways besides membrane fusion.. The researchers found that mitochondrial respiration and ATP production was impaired in Mfn2-deficient cardiomyocytes compared with wild-type and Mfn1-deficient cells. The levels and activities of individual respiratory chain protein complexes were unaltered in mitochondria lacking Mfn2, but the levels of coenzyme Q, an electron carrier that transfers electrons to respiratory chain complex III, ...
The signal recognition particle and its receptor (SR) target nascent secretory proteins to the ER. SR is a heterodimeric ER membrane protein whose subunits, SRalpha and SRbeta, are both members of the GTPase superfamily. Here we characterize a 27-kD protein in Saccharomyces cerevisiae (encoded by SRP102) as a homologue of mammalian SRbeta. This notion is supported (a) by Srp102ps sequence similarity to SRbeta; (b) by its disposition as an ER membrane protein; (c) by its interaction with Srp101p, the yeast SRalpha homologue; and (d) by its role in SRP-dependent protein targeting in vivo. The GTP-binding site in Srp102p is surprisingly insensitive to single amino acid substitutions that inactivate other GTPases. Multiple mutations in the GTP-binding site, however, inactivate Srp102p. Loss of activity parallels a loss of affinity between Srp102p and Srp101p, indicating that the interaction between SR subunits is important for function. Deleting the transmembrane domain of Srp102p, the only known ...
Phosphorylation of dynamin-related protein 1 (Drp1) represents an important regulatory mechanism for mitochondrial fission. Here, we established the role of Drp1 serine 600 (Drp1S600) phosphorylation in mitochondrial fission in vivo and assessed the functional consequences of targeted elimination of the Drp1S600 phosphorylation site in the progression of diabetic nephropathy (DN). We generated a knockin mouse in which S600 was mutated to alanine (Drp1S600A). We found that diabetic Drp1S600A mice exhibited improved biochemical and histological features of DN along with reduced mitochondrial fission and diminished mitochondrial ROS in vivo. Importantly, we observed that the effect of Drp1S600 phosphorylation on mitochondrial fission in the diabetic milieu was stimulus dependent but not cell type dependent. Mechanistically, we show that mitochondrial fission in high-glucose conditions occurs through concomitant binding of phosphorylated Drp1S600 with mitochondrial fission factor (MFF) and ...
The ability of mice to resist infection with the protozoan parasite, Toxoplasma gondii, depends in large part on the function of members of a complex family of atypical large GTPases, the interferon-gamma-inducible immunity-related GTPases (IRG proteins). Nevertheless, some strains of T. gondii are highly virulent for mice because, as recently shown, they secrete a polymorphic protein kinase, ROP18, from the rhoptries into the host cell cytosol at the moment of cell invasion. Depending on the allele, ROP18 can act as a virulence factor for T. gondii by phosphorylating and thereby inactivating mouse IRG proteins. In this article we show that IRG proteins interact not only with ROP18, but also strongly with the products of another polymorphic locus, ROP5, already implicated as a major virulence factor from genetic crosses, but whose function has previously been a complete mystery. ROP5 proteins are members of the same protein family as ROP18 kinases but are pseudokinases by sequence, structure, ...
Mitofusin-2 (MFN2) is a mitochondrial outer-membrane protein that plays a pivotal role in mitochondrial dynamics in most tissues, yet mutations in MFN2, which cause Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 2A (CMT2A), primarily affect the nervous system. We generated a transgenic mouse model of CMT2A that developed severe early onset vision loss and neurological deficits, axonal degeneration without cell body loss, and cytoplasmic and axonal accumulations of fragmented mitochondria. While mitochondrial aggregates were labeled for mitophagy, mutant MFN2 did not inhibit Parkin-mediated degradation, but instead had a dominant negative effect on mitochondrial fusion only when MFN1 was at low levels, as occurs in neurons. Finally, using a transgenic approach, we found that augmenting the level of MFN1 in the nervous system in vivo rescued all phenotypes in mutant MFN2R94Q-expressing mice. These data demonstrate that the MFN1/MFN2 ratio is a key determinant of tissue specificity in CMT2A and indicate that ...
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Mutations in OPA1, a dynamin-related GTPase involved in mitochondrial fusion, cristae organization and control of apoptosis, have been linked to non-syndromic optic neuropathy transmitted as an autosomal-dominant trait (DOA). We here report on eight patients from six independent families showing tha …
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Putative GTPase With A Role In Biogenesis Of RNA Pol II And PolIII; May Be Involved In Assembly Of RNA Polymerases II And III And In Their Transport Into The Nucleus; May Have A Role In Sister Chromatid Cohesion; Contains A Gly-Pro-Asn Motif In The G Domain; Similar To Npa3p And Gpn2p
As per a recent study, our body clock affects the immunity-related mechanism. This means that our health also depends on the bodys circadian rhythm along with other factors.
GAG genes participate in mitochondrial fission. A, Cells harboring GFP-labeled mitochondria and mutant for FZO1 alone (strain MYY2005) or together with either d