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Title 

Substrate-specific translocational attenuation during ER stress defines a pre-emptive quality control pathway

Authors 

S W KangN S RaneSoo Jung KimJ L GarrisonJ TauntonR S Hegde

Publisher 

Elsevier (Cell Press)

Issue Date 

2006

Citation 

Cell, vol. 127, no. 5, pp. 999-1013

Keywords 

membrane proteinanimal cellcontrolled studyendoplasmic reticulumfemalehumannonhumanpriority journalprotein aggregationprotein degradation

Abstract 

Eukaryotic proteins entering the secretory pathway are translocated into the ER by signal sequences that vary widely in primary structure. We now provide a functional rationale for this long-observed sequence diversity by demonstrating that differences among signals facilitate substrate-selective modulation of protein translocation. We find that during acute ER stress, translocation of secretory and membrane proteins is rapidly and transiently attenuated in a signal sequence-selective manner. Their cotranslational rerouting to the cytosol for degradation reduces the burden of misfolded substrates entering the ER and represents a pathway for pre-emptive quality control (pQC). Bypassing the pQC pathway for the prion protein increases its rate of aggregation in the ER lumen during prolonged stress and renders cells less capable of viable recovery. Conversely, pharmacologically augmenting pQC during ER stress proved protective. Thus, protein translocation is a physiologically regulated process that is utilized for pQC as part of the ER stress response.

ISSN 

0092-8674

Link 

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2006.10.032

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2017-04-19


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