TMED10 Protein Interferes with Transforming Growth Factor (TGF)-β Signaling by Disrupting TGF-β Receptor Complex Formation.

Nakano N, Tsuchiya Y, Kako K, Umezaki K, Sano K, Ikeno S, Otsuka E, Shigeta M, Nakagawa A, Sakata N, Itoh F, Nakano Y, Iemura SI, van Dinther M, Natsume T, Ten Dijke P, Itoh S

J. Biol. Chem. 292 (10) 4099-4112 [2017-03-10; online 2017-01-23]

The intensity and duration of TGF-β signaling determine the cellular biological response. How this is negatively regulated is not well understood. Here, we identified a novel negative regulator of TGF-β signaling, transmembrane p24-trafficking protein 10 (TMED10). TMED10 disrupts the complex formation between TGF-β type I (also termed ALK5) and type II receptors (TβRII). Misexpression studies revealed that TMED10 attenuated TGF-β-mediated signaling. A 20-amino acid-long region from Thr

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PubMed 28115518

DOI 10.1074/jbc.M116.769109

Crossref 10.1074/jbc.M116.769109

pii: M116.769109
pmc: PMC5354491

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