Mapping the integrin-linked kinase interactome using SILAC

Dobreva, Iveta and Fielding, Andrew and Foster, Leonard J. and Dedhar, Shoukat (2008) Mapping the integrin-linked kinase interactome using SILAC. Journal of Proteome Research, 7 (4). pp. 1740-1749. ISSN 1535-3893

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Abstract

Protein–protein interactions play an essential role in the regulation of vital biological functions. Through a network of interactions, integrin-linked kinase (ILK) functions downstream of integrin receptors to control cell spreading, migration, growth, survival, and cell cycle progression. Despite many reports on the role of ILK in the regulation of multiple signaling pathways, it is still not understood how ILK integrates and controls complex cellular signals. A more global analysis of ILK−protein complexes will give important insights in the complexity of ILK-dependent signal transduction. Here, we applied a SILAC (stable isotope labeling with amino acids in cell culture)-based proteomics approach to discover novel ILK-interacting proteins. Of 752 proteins identified in ILK immunoprecipitates, 24 proteins had SILAC ratios higher than PINCH, previously identified as direct ILK-binding partner. Some of the newly identified proteins specifically enriched in ILK immunoprecipitates, with potentially interesting roles in ILK biology, include rapamycin-insensitive companion of mTOR (Rictor), α- and β-tubulin, RuvB-like 1 and 2, HS1-associating protein 1 (HAX-1), T-complex protein 1 subunits, and Ras-GTP-ase activating-like protein 1 (IQ-GAP1). Functional interactions between ILK and several of the new binding partners were confirmed by coimmunoprecipitation/Western blot and colocalization experiments. Detailed analysis showed that when ILK is found in a complex with α-tubulin and RuvB-like 1, α-parvin and PINCH are not present, suggesting that ILK has the ability to form distinct protein complexes throughout the cell. Inhibition of ILK activity with an ILK-kinase inhibitor QLT0267 or downregulation of its expression impaired the ability of RuvB-like 1 to bind to tubulin pointing toward a possible role of ILK in the regulation of RuvB-like 1/tubulin interaction. Using the power of quantitative proteomics to resolve specific from nonspecific protein interactions, we identified several novel ILK-binding proteins, which sheds light on the molecular mechanisms of regulation of ILK-dependent signal transduction.

Item Type: Journal Article
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Proteome Research
Uncontrolled Keywords: /dk/atira/pure/subjectarea/asjc/1600
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Departments: Faculty of Health and Medicine > Biomedical & Life Sciences
ID Code: 126768
Deposited By: ep_importer_pure
Deposited On: 07 Aug 2018 07:58
Refereed?: Yes
Published?: Published
Last Modified: 15 Jan 2020 04:36
URI: https://eprints.lancs.ac.uk/id/eprint/126768

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