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G3 (Bethesda). 2015 Aug 18;5(10):2137-54. doi: 10.1534/g3.115.020958.

SUMO-Enriched Proteome for Drosophila Innate Immune Response.

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1
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India.
2
Institute of Bioinformatics, 566 066 Bangalore, India.
3
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India girish@iiserpune.ac.in girish.iiserpune@gmail.com.

Abstract

Small ubiquitin-like modifier (SUMO) modification modulates the expression of defense genes in Drosophila, activated by the Toll/nuclear factor-κB and immune-deficient/nuclear factor-κB signaling networks. We have, however, limited understanding of the SUMO-modulated regulation of the immune response and lack information on SUMO targets in the immune system. In this study, we measured the changes to the SUMO proteome in S2 cells in response to a lipopolysaccharide challenge and identified 1619 unique proteins in SUMO-enriched lysates. A confident set of 710 proteins represents the immune-induced SUMO proteome and analysis suggests that specific protein domains, cellular pathways, and protein complexes respond to immune stress. A small subset of the confident set was validated by in-bacto SUMOylation and shown to be bona-fide SUMO targets. These include components of immune signaling pathways such as Caspar, Jra, Kay, cdc42, p38b, 14-3-3ε, as well as cellular proteins with diverse functions, many being components of protein complexes, such as prosß4, Rps10b, SmD3, Tango7, and Aats-arg. Caspar, a human FAF1 ortholog that negatively regulates immune-deficient signaling, is SUMOylated at K551 and responds to treatment with lipopolysaccharide in cultured cells. Our study is one of the first to describe SUMO proteome for the Drosophila immune response. Our data and analysis provide a global framework for the understanding of SUMO modification in the host response to pathogens.

KEYWORDS:

NF-kappaB; SUMO; immunity; proteome; regulation; signaling

PMID:
26290570
PMCID:
PMC4592996
DOI:
10.1534/g3.115.020958
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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