Phosphoinositide 3-kinase-dependent regulation of interleukin-3-induced proliferation: involvement of mitogen-activated protein kinases, SHP2 and Gab2
Craddock, B. L., Hobbs, J., Edmead, C. E. and Welham, M. J., 2001. Phosphoinositide 3-kinase-dependent regulation of interleukin-3-induced proliferation: involvement of mitogen-activated protein kinases, SHP2 and Gab2. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 276 (26), pp. 24274-24283.
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We have demonstrated previously that class IA phosphoinositide 3-kinases play a major role in regulation of interleukin-3 (IL)-3-dependent proliferation. Investigations into the downstream targets involved have identified the MAPK cascade as a target. Expression of Δp85 and incubation with LY294002 both inhibited IL-3-induced activation of Mek, Erk1, and Erk2. This was most pronounced during the initial phase of Erk activation. The Mek inhibitor, PD98059, blocked IL-3-driven proliferation, an effect enhanced by Δp85 expression, suggesting that inhibition of Mek and Erks by Δp85 contributes to the decrease in IL-3-induced proliferation in these cells but that additional pathways may also be involved. To investigate the mechanism leading to decreased activation of Erks, we investigated effects on SHP2 and Gab2, both implicated in IL-3 regulation of Erk activation. Expression of Δp85 led to a reduction in SHP2 tyrosine phosphorylation and its ability to interact with Grb2 and Gab2 but increased overall tyrosine phosphorylation of Gab2. LY294002 did not perturb SHP2 interactions, potentially related to differences in the effects of these inhibitors on levels of phosphoinositides. These results imply that the regulation of Erks by class IA phosphoinositide 3-kinase may contribute to IL-3-driven proliferation and that both SHP2 and Gab2 are possibly involved in this regulation.
|Creators||Craddock, B. L., Hobbs, J., Edmead, C. E. and Welham, M. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Pharmacy & Pharmacology|
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