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Abstract: Although tyrosylprotein sulfation has been implicated in the processing of several secretory proteins, nothing is known about the regulation of the enzyme responsible for this event. When poly(Glu6, Ala3, Tyr1) (EAY; M(r) 47,000) was employed as sulfate acceptor, the tyrosylprotein sulfotransferase (TPST) from Golgi membranes of submandibular salivary gland was used to study the effect of various lipids on the expression of its activity. The TPST activity in the Golgi membrane was 38 pmol (mg of protein)-1 (30… Show more

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“…Whereas cycloheximide, bafilomycin A 1 , and nocodazole, which inhibit cellular protein synthesis, vesicle acidification, and microtubule polymerization, respectively (23), did not inhibit the labeling (Fig. 2a, lanes 3, 5, and 6), psychosine (lane 4), which inhibits tyrosylprotein sulfotransferase (24), and incubation at 17ЊC (lane 7), which blocks retrograde transport of ricin to the Golgi complex (25), prevented the labeling. Psychosine is also known as an inhibitor of protein kinase C, but staurosporine, a strong inhibitor of protein kinase C (26) had no effect on the sulfation (Fig.…”
Section: Ricin a Chain Carrying A C-terminal Tyrosine Sulfationmentioning
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“…Whereas cycloheximide, bafilomycin A 1 , and nocodazole, which inhibit cellular protein synthesis, vesicle acidification, and microtubule polymerization, respectively (23), did not inhibit the labeling (Fig. 2a, lanes 3, 5, and 6), psychosine (lane 4), which inhibits tyrosylprotein sulfotransferase (24), and incubation at 17ЊC (lane 7), which blocks retrograde transport of ricin to the Golgi complex (25), prevented the labeling. Psychosine is also known as an inhibitor of protein kinase C, but staurosporine, a strong inhibitor of protein kinase C (26) had no effect on the sulfation (Fig.…”
Section: Ricin a Chain Carrying A C-terminal Tyrosine Sulfationmentioning
“…Our microarray data identified a cluster of genes involved in cell migration, morphogenesis, and cytoskeletal remodeling was expressed differentially after being induced by FTY720. The preliminary results indicated that the FTY720‐S1P receptor pathway may be Calmodulin‐dependent and Rho protein related 18–21 . Other FTY720‐induced genes include signal transduction, regulators of transcription, translation, and intracellular transportation.…”
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