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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Functional Proteomics Mapping of a Human Signaling Pathway.

Strategy for unraveling interactions between components of the Smad pathway. This figure describes the global process from our large-scale yeast two-hybrid screening to the general functional validation assays in mammalian cells. Preys were selected by use of bioinformatics tools (PIMBuilder, PIMRider) and biological expertise.

Frédéric Colland, et al. Genome Res. 2004 July;14(7):1324-1332.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Functional Proteomics Mapping of a Human Signaling Pathway.

Involvement of LMO4, HYPA, and KIAA1196 in the Smad pathway. (A) Following siRNA-mediated cellular knock-down targeting LMO4, HYPA, and KIAA1196, Q-PCR and reporter assays were used to analyze endogenous levels of human alkaline phosphatase (AP) mRNA and BMP-induced reporter (BMP-RE) activity in HepG2 cells, respectively. AP mRNA levels and BMP-RE activity were determined in untreated (white) and BMP7-treated (gray) HepG2 cells. (B) Following siRNA-mediated cellular knock-down targeting LMO4, HYPA, and KIAA1196, Q-PCR and reporter assays were used to analyze endogenous levels of PAI-1 mRNA and TGFβ-induced reporter (TGFβ-RE) activity in HepG2 cells, respectively. PAI-1 mRNA levels and TGFβ-RE activity were determined both in untreated (white) and TGFβ-treated (black) HepG2 cells. In all Q-PCR experiments, mRNA levels were normalized according to an internal GUS control. The specific luciferase activity was normalized using the pRL-TK vector. All results are mean values ±SE calculated from triplicates performed in at least two independent experiments.

Frédéric Colland, et al. Genome Res. 2004 July;14(7):1324-1332.
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Figure 2. From: Functional Proteomics Mapping of a Human Signaling Pathway.

Protein interaction map around some selected baits in the TGFβ pathway. PBS D and E interactions as well as protein interactions corresponding to the BMP pathway have been excluded from this map for clarity (however, all data are available on the PIMRider visualization platform at http://pim.hybrigenics.com). The following bait proteins were selected to generate a TGFβ network: Smad2, 3, 4, 7, SARA, Smurf2, SnoN, and SNIP1. These are represented in boxes with heavy outlining. Of the 14 proteins selected for further functional validation, the six proteins present in this figure are represented in red. The (+) symbol located in the upper right corner of some boxes indicates that additional partners are not represented in this figure but are visible on the Web site mentioned above.

Frédéric Colland, et al. Genome Res. 2004 July;14(7):1324-1332.
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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Functional Proteomics Mapping of a Human Signaling Pathway.

Involvement of LAPTm5 in the TGFβ pathway. (A) Interaction between Smurf2 and LAPTm5. The full-length proteins are represented in gray; black boxes correspond to the interaction domains. Positions are indicated in amino acids. White boxes correspond to WW motifs in Smurf2. The PPXY motif of LAPTm5 is indicated. (B) Endogenous levels of LAPTm5 mRNA were determined in HepG2 cells by Q-PCR in the absence (white) and the presence (black) of TGFβ for 18 h with or without a TβRI–targeting siRNA duplex. (C) The effect of LAPTm5 overproduction was studied using the following luciferase reporter vectors: a TGFβ-responsive element (TGFβ-RE), a BMP-responsive element (BMP-RE), and an unrelated reporter (pGL3 control). The effect was measured in the presence and the absence of TGFβ or BMP7. HepG2 cells were transfected with 0, 2, or 10 ng of pV3-LAPTm5. The specific luciferase activity was normalized using the pRL-TK vector. (D) Following siRNA-mediated cellular knock-down targeting TβRI and LAPTm5, Q-PCR was used to analyze the endogenous levels of PAI-1 mRNA both in untreated (white) and TGFβ-treated (black) HepG2 cells. mRNA levels were normalized according to an internal GUS control. All results are mean values ±SE calculated from triplicates performed in at least two independent experiments.

Frédéric Colland, et al. Genome Res. 2004 July;14(7):1324-1332.

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