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Ferritin, an Iron Storage Protein, Associates with Kinesin 1 through the Cargo-binding Region of Kinesin Heavy Chains (KHCs)
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  • Journal title : Journal of Life Science
  • Volume 26, Issue 6,  2016, pp.698-704
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Life Science
  • DOI : 10.5352/JLS.2016.26.6.698
 Title & Authors
Ferritin, an Iron Storage Protein, Associates with Kinesin 1 through the Cargo-binding Region of Kinesin Heavy Chains (KHCs)
Jang, Won Hee; Jeong, Young Joo; Lee, Won Hee; Kim, Mooseong; Kim, Sang-Jin; Urm, Sang-Hwa; Moon, Il Soo; Seog, Dae-Hyun;
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 Abstract
The intracellular transport of organelles and protein complexes is mediated by kinesin superfamily proteins (KIFs). The first kinesin, kinesin 1, was identified as a molecular motor protein that moves various organelles and protein complexes along the microtubule rails in cells. Kinesin 1 is a tetramer of two heavy chains (KHCs, also called KIF5s) and two kinesin light chains (KLCs). KIF5s interact with many different proteins through their tail region, but their binding proteins have not yet been fully identified. To identify the interaction proteins for KIF5A, we performed yeast two-hybrid screening and found a specific interaction with ferritin heavy chain (Frt-h), which has a role in iron storage and detoxification. Frt-h bound to the amino acid residues between 800 and 940 of KIF5A and to other KIF5s in the yeast two-hybrid assay. The coiled-coil domain of Frt-h is essential for interaction with KIF5A. In addition, ferritin light chain (Frt-l) interacted with KIF5s in the yeast two-hybrid assay. In addition, these proteins showed specific interactions in the glutathione S-transferase (GST) pull-down assay. An antibody to KHC specifically co-immunoprecipitated Frt-h and Frt-l from mouse brain extracts. These results suggest the kinesin 1 motor protein may transport the ferritin complex in cells.
 Keywords
Cargo;ferritin;kinesin 1;microtubule motors;protein-protein interaction;
 Language
English
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