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A Lipid Transfer Protein Signaling Axis Exerts Dual Control of Cell-Cycle and Membrane Trafficking Systems

A Lipid Transfer Protein Signaling Axis Exerts Dual Control of Cell-Cycle and Membrane Trafficking Systems
Wenshe Liu, Jin Huang, Michael Kennedy, Carl J. Mousley, Neale D. Ridgway, Nairita Maitra, Michael Polymenis, Louis Dacquay, Kristin Baetz, Vytas A. Bankaitis, Ashutosh Tripathi, Guillaume Drin, Brian K. Kennedy, Chong He

Summary

Kes1/Osh4 is a member of the conserved, but functionally enigmatic, oxysterol binding protein-related protein (ORP) superfamily that inhibits phosphatidylinositol transfer protein (Sec14)-dependent membrane trafficking through the trans-Golgi (TGN)/endosomal network. We now report that Kes1, and select other ORPs, execute cell-cycle control activities as functionally non-redundant inhibitors of the G1/S transition when cells confront nutrient-poor environments and promote replicative aging. Kes1-dependent cell-cycle regulation requires the Greatwall/MASTL kinase ortholog Rim15, and is opposed by Sec14 activity in a mechanism independent of Kes1/Sec14 bulk membrane-trafficking functions. Moreover, the data identify Kes1 as a non-histone target for NuA4 through which this lysine acetyltransferase co-modulates membrane-trafficking and cell-cycle activities. We propose the Sec14/Kes1 lipid-exchange protein pair constitutes part of the mechanism for integrating TGN/endosomal lipid signaling with cell-cycle progression and hypothesize that ORPs define a family of stage-specific cell-cycle control factors that execute tumor-suppressor-like functions.

Publisher URL: http://www.cell.com/developmental-cell/fulltext/S1534-5807(17)31043-2

DOI: 10.1016/j.devcel.2017.12.026

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