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      Identification of a high affinity binding protein for the regulatory subunit RII beta of cAMP-dependent protein kinase in Golgi enriched membranes of human lymphoblasts.

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          Immunocytochemical evidence of an association between the regulatory subunit RII of the cAMP-dependent protein kinase (cAMP-PK) and the Golgi apparatus in several cell types has been reported. In order to identify endogenous Golgi proteins binding RII, a fraction enriched in Golgi vesicles was isolated from human lymphoblasts. Only the RII beta isoform was detected in the Golgi-rich fraction, although RII alpha has also been found to be present in these cells. A 85 kDa RII-binding protein was identified in Golgi vesicles using a [32P]RII overlay of Western blots. The existence of an endogenous RII beta-p85 complex in isolated Golgi vesicles was demonstrated by two independent means: (i) co-immunoprecipitation of both proteins under non-denaturing conditions with an antibody against RII beta and (ii) co-purification of RII beta-p85 complexes on a cAMP-analogue affinity column. p85 was phosphorylated by both endogenous and purified catalytic subunits of cAMP-pKII. Extraction experiments and protease protection experiments indicated that p85 is an integral membrane protein although it partitioned atypically during Triton X-114 phase separation. We propose that p85 anchors RII beta to the Golgi apparatus of human lymphoblasts and thereby defines the Golgi substrate targets most accessible to phosphorylation by C subunit. This mechanism may be relevant to the regulation of processes involving the Golgi apparatus itself, such as membrane traffic and secretion, but also relevant to nearby nuclear events dependent on C subunit.

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          Affiliations
          [1 ] Centre de Genetique Moleculaire, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Gif/Yvette, France.
          Journal
          EMBO J.
          The EMBO journal
          0261-4189
          0261-4189
          May 1992
          : 11
          : 5
          556630
          1582408

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