|ZFIN ID: ZDB-PUB-200701-26|
GGA2 and RAB13 promote activity-dependent β1-integrin recycling
Sahgal, P., Alanko, J., Icha, J., Paatero, I., Hamidi, H., Arjonen, A., Pietilä, M., Rokka, A., Ivaska, J.
|Source:||Journal of Cell Science 132(11): (Journal)|
|Registered Authors:||Icha, Jaroslav, Ivaska, Johanna, Paatero, Ilkka|
|Keywords:||BioID, Cargo adaptor protein, Cell migration, GGA2, Integrin traffic, RAB13|
|PubMed:||31076515 Full text @ J. Cell Sci.|
Sahgal, P., Alanko, J., Icha, J., Paatero, I., Hamidi, H., Arjonen, A., Pietilä, M., Rokka, A., Ivaska, J. (2019) GGA2 and RAB13 promote activity-dependent β1-integrin recycling. Journal of Cell Science. 132(11):.
ABSTRACTβ1-integrins mediate cell-matrix interactions and their trafficking is important in the dynamic regulation of cell adhesion, migration and malignant processes, including cancer cell invasion. Here, we employ an RNAi screen to characterize regulators of integrin traffic and identify the association of Golgi-localized gamma ear-containing Arf-binding protein 2 (GGA2) with β1-integrin, and its role in recycling of active but not inactive β1-integrin receptors. Silencing of GGA2 limits active β1-integrin levels in focal adhesions and decreases cancer cell migration and invasion, which is in agreement with its ability to regulate the dynamics of active integrins. By using the proximity-dependent biotin identification (BioID) method, we identified two RAB family small GTPases, i.e. RAB13 and RAB10, as novel interactors of GGA2. Functionally, RAB13 silencing triggers the intracellular accumulation of active β1-integrin, and reduces integrin activity in focal adhesions and cell migration similarly to GGA2 depletion, indicating that both facilitate active β1-integrin recycling to the plasma membrane. Thus, GGA2 and RAB13 are important specificity determinants for integrin activity-dependent traffic.