学術雑誌論文 SNAP23/25 and VAMP2 mediate exocytic event of transferrin receptor-containing recycling vesicles

Kubo, Keiji  ,  Kobayashi, Minako  ,  Nozaki, Shohei  ,  Yagi, Chikako  ,  Hatsuzawa, Kiyotaka  ,  Katoh, Yohei  ,  Shin, Hye-Won  ,  Takahashi, Senye  ,  Nakayama, Kazuhisa

4pp.910 - 920 , 2015-06 , The Company of Biologists
ISSN:2046-6390
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We recently showed that Rab11 is involved not only in formation of recycling vesicles containing the transferrin (Tfn)–transferrin receptor (TfnR) complex at perinuclear recycling endosomes but also in tethering of recycling vesicles to the plasma membrane (PM) in concert with the exocyst tethering complex. We here aimed at identifying SNARE proteins responsible for fusion of Tfn–TfnR-containing recycling vesicles with the PM, downstream of the exocyst. We showed that exocyst subunits, Sec6 and Sec8, can interact with SNAP23 and SNAP25, both of which are PM-localizing Q[bc]-SNAREs, and that depletion of SNAP23 and/or SNAP25 in HeLa cells suppresses fusion of Tfn–TfnR-containing vesicles with the PM, leading to accumulation of the vesicles at the cell periphery. We also found that VAMP2, an R-SNARE, is colocalized with endocytosed Tfn on punctate endosomal structures, and that its depletion in HeLa cells suppresses recycling vesicle exocytosis. These observations indicate that fusion of recycling vesicles with the PM downstream of the exocyst is mediated by SNAP23/25 and VAMP2, and provide novel insight into non-neuronal roles of VAMP2 and SNAP25.
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