ALG-2 Attenuates COPII Budding In Vitro and Stabilizes the Sec23-Sec31A ComplexReportar como inadecuado




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Coated vesicles mediate the traffic of secretory and membrane cargo proteins from the endoplasmic reticulum ER to the Golgi apparatus. The coat protein complex COPII involved in vesicle budding is constituted by a GTPase, Sar1, the inner coat components of Sec23-Sec24 and the components of the outer coat Sec13-Sec31A. The Ca2+-binding protein ALG-2 was recently identified as a Sec31A binding partner and a possible link to Ca2+ regulation of COPII vesicle budding. Here we show that ALG-2-Ca2+ is capable of attenuating vesicle budding in vitro through interaction with an ALG-2 binding domain in the proline rich region of Sec31A. Binding of ALG-2 to Sec31A and inhibition of COPII vesicle budding is furthermore dependent on an intact Ca2+-binding site at EF-hand 1 of ALG-2. ALG-2 increased recruitment of COPII proteins Sec23-24 and Sec13-31A to artificial liposomes and was capable of mediating binding of Sec13-31A to Sec23. These results introduce a regulatory role for ALG-2-Ca2+ in COPII tethering and vesicle budding.



Autor: Jonas M. la Cour , Adam J. Schindler, Martin W. Berchtold, Randy Schekman

Fuente: http://plos.srce.hr/



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