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Lin CH, Liao CC, Wang SY, Peng CY, Yeh YC, Chen MY, Chou TY. Comparative O-GlcNAc Proteomic Analysis Reveals a Role of O-GlcNAcylated SAM68 in Lung Cancer Aggressiveness. Cancers 2022 14(1) 35008409
Abstract:
O-GlcNAcylation is a reversible and dynamic post-translational protein modification catalyzed by O-GlcNAc transferase (OGT). Despite the reported association of O-GlcNAcylation with cancer metastasis, the O-GlcNAc proteome profile for cancer aggressiveness remains largely uncharacterized. Here, we report our comparative O-GlcNAc proteome profiling of two differentially invasive lung adenocarcinoma cell lines, which identified 158 down-regulated and 106 up-regulated candidates in highly invasive cells. Among these differential proteins, a nuclear RNA-binding protein, SAM68 (SRC associated in mitosis of 68 kDa), was further investigated. Results showed that SAM68 is O-GlcNAcylated and may interact with OGT in the nucleus. Eleven O-GlcNAcylation sites were identified, and data from mutant analysis suggested that multiple serine residues in the N-terminal region are important for O-GlcNAcylation and the function of SAM68 in modulating cancer cell migration and invasion. Analysis of clinical specimens found that high SAM68 expression was associated with late cancer stages, and patients with high-OGT/high-SAM68 expression in their tumors had poorer overall survival compared to those with low-OGT/low-SAM68 expression. Our study revealed an invasiveness-associated O-GlcNAc proteome profile and connected O-GlcNAcylated SAM68 to lung cancer aggressiveness.
O-GlcNAc proteins:
A0A024R7P5, A0A024R9E2, A0A087WWU8, A0A0A0MTS7, SHOT1, A8K3C3, A8K9J7, B7Z2Z8, B7Z596, D3DS63, E7ETM0, E7EVA0, F8VR77, G3V1C3, H0YN18, H3BPE1, K7ERG4, PSD12, DFFA, PLOD2, PSDE, BIN1, TCRG1, ML12B, HGS, HNRDL, RPAC1, P4HA2, HNRPR, PLRG1, ZN207, BUB3, ACTN4, KDM1A, PLOD3, CPNE3, FLNB, NU155, GLRX3, MTA2, SC31A, UBE4B, TFR1, ANXA1, HSPB1, ITB1, DCUP, GELS, ENOA, NPM, TPM3, LDHB, ANXA2, TBB5, HNRPC, TPM2, ANXA6, 4F2, VIME, ANXA5, RSSA, ENOG, TPM1, PARP1, UBB, UBC, CH60, ACADM, G6PD, PCNA, KCRB, KCRU, ACTN1, XRCC6, EF2, KAP2, SYDC, AMPN, EZRI, NAGAB, HMGA1, ML12A, AOC1, ICAL, VATB2, FLNA, OSBP1, UBA1, GCSH, PSA1, PSA3, SYVC, TPP2, CLIP1, HNRH3, KINH, HSP74, RADI, MYH9, MYH10, ACTN2, ADDA, FUS, MYH11, RL4, ODO2, VATA, CAP2, GARS, MSH2, PRS6B, UBP5, RS9, MAP1B, IQGA1, KC1A, NASP, FAS, SYAC, NU153, HDGF, ACLY, SYYC, RD23A, PSMD4, TERA, EIF3B, IF6, PSA6, RS3A, HNRPK, 1433G, PP1B, PRS8, RL7A, PP2AB, RS6, RL10A, RS27A, RL40, 2ABA, TPM4, EF1A1, GTF2I, RAE1L, HNRPU, SPTB2, EWS, PLCB3, FKBP4, IF4G1, SSBP, 1433F, PUR1, PRDX1, KHDR1, ACTN3, PP2BA, ILF2, ACACA, CBX3, G3BP1, EIF3I, DC1I2, ROCK1, HDAC1, CUL1, NACA, SPTN1, SMC1A, GANAB, PSME4, SYK, PLEC, PP1R7, SC23A, SC23B, TSN, CIP4, MARE1, DDB1, CART, RBBP7, ACTBL, ST1C3, P4R3A, Q6IPH7, C2D1A, POTEE, SND1, CYFP1, MON2, MYH14, CAND1, ABCA7, LRC47, THMS1, CPSF7, GT251, PAIRB, ABCF1, Q8TDJ5, Q8WWH9, AGRV1, TCPW, TFG, STAM1, SNR40, VPS35, SIN3A, NIBA2, PSB7, TSNAX, BDH2, RBM4, XRN2, SPTN4, SLK, MYG1, XPP1, UGGG1, CPSF2, NAGK, NUDT5, PRP19, UBQL1, PACN2, SNX6, NCKP1, HYOU1, LSM4, SNX5, S23IP, V9HVZ7, V9HW77
Species: Homo sapiens
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Woo CM, Lund PJ, Huang AC, Davis MM, Bertozzi CR, Pitteri SJ. Mapping and Quantification of Over 2000 O-linked Glycopeptides in Activated Human T Cells with Isotope-Targeted Glycoproteomics (Isotag). Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP 2018 17(4) 29351928
Abstract:
Post-translational modifications (PTMs) on proteins often function to regulate signaling cascades, with the activation of T cells during an adaptive immune response being a classic example. Mounting evidence indicates that the modification of proteins by O-linked N-acetylglucosamine (O-GlcNAc), the only mammalian glycan found on nuclear and cytoplasmic proteins, helps regulate T cell activation. Yet, a mechanistic understanding of how O-GlcNAc functions in T cell activation remains elusive, partly because of the difficulties in mapping and quantifying O-GlcNAc sites. Thus, to advance insight into the role of O-GlcNAc in T cell activation, we performed glycosite mapping studies via direct glycopeptide measurement on resting and activated primary human T cells with a technique termed Isotope Targeted Glycoproteomics. This approach led to the identification of 2219 intact O-linked glycopeptides across 1045 glycoproteins. A significant proportion (>45%) of the identified O-GlcNAc sites lie near or coincide with a known phosphorylation site, supporting the potential for PTM crosstalk. Consistent with other studies, we find that O-GlcNAc sites in T cells lack a strict consensus sequence. To validate our results, we employed gel shift assays based on conjugating mass tags to O-GlcNAc groups. Notably, we observed that the transcription factors c-JUN and JUNB show higher levels of O-GlcNAc glycosylation and higher levels of expression in activated T cells. Overall, our findings provide a quantitative characterization of O-GlcNAc glycoproteins and their corresponding modification sites in primary human T cells, which will facilitate mechanistic studies into the function of O-GlcNAc in T cell activation.
O-GlcNAc proteins:
UBA6, ESYT2, HACL2, DEND3, SBNO1, XIRP2, CNOT1, PINLY, MT21E, SWAHB, P121B, TCAF2, MET15, F177B, P121C, GNAT3, MYO1G, SPT5H, TAF4, PK3CD, DNM1L, P3C2A, BT3A1, PSDE, BIN1, PITM1, DDX3X, RNT2, ARI1A, NCKP5, TRAD1, RHG33, ABLM1, KMT2D, IFIT3, HGS, MYPT1, S27A2, GAK, SC16A, SET1A, KDM6B, ARHGB, FYB1, ATX7, SHIP2, EIF3D, EIF3H, TOX3, NUP42, MEFV, DHX15, ZZEF1, PHF1, ZW10, PRPF3, TPD54, EMC8, SYNJ1, IF4G3, E41L2, WIPF1, LAT, OX1R, PLRG1, ZN207, ST1B1, LANC1, AKAP8, PLIN1, ZN292, AQR, GANP, HBP1, LY75, OGA, DIAP1, MAFK, HCN1, CCD22, BRD4, PP1RB, ABCB7, KI21B, LRP4, N4BP1, CPNE3, OBSL1, BRE1B, CAND2, T22D2, PP6R2, ANR17, H2AY, FLNB, NCOR1, PR40A, LRCH4, MPPB, PSIP1, NDUS3, KS6A5, MYCB2, U520, CCNK, CBPD, CYTF, LTN1, TOX4, PHF14, SUN1, PCF11, FRYL, TRI37, SC31A, CE152, AGFG2, SCAF4, SPN1, RTN3, APOL3, ATE1, CELF2, 6PGL, IPO7, CD2B2, ABCA1, SC24A, SC24B, PCNT, CNOT4, HERC2, HS74L, DDX58, M4K4, AIFM1, TXD12, LDHA, COX1, A1AT, FOS, LDLR, LMNA, ALBU, CYTB, GCR, HG2A, K2C1, G3P, HLAA, CPNS1, RPN1, RPN2, GNAI2, AT1A1, RLA2, JUN, ATPB, CD2, NPM, ANXA2, SYEP, TSP1, SP1, ANXA6, MDR1, HS90B, INHBA, ODPA, PTPRC, RU2B, HCK, VIME, GNAI3, ADA2A, HMGB1, ROA1, LKHA4, DERPC, F231L, GLI2, GRAB, RO60, RARB, HSP7C, EGR2, ODPB, LAMP1, SRF, FA5, IMDH2, TPR, SKI, ACTN1, K1C10, CEAM1, PLSL, GLU2B, HCLS1, PO2F1, RAC2, ATF2, FOSL2, PGCA, LEUK, CREB1, GDC, PECA1, MGMT, ZNF25, JUNB, UBF1, JUND, ATF7, PTN2, DDX5, EGR1, PTPRA, SON, RCC1, ATF1, ML12A, PLCG1, NUCL, NFKB1, LMNB1, CAN3, HNF1A, FLNA, TNAP3, PIMT, UBA1, ROA2, RFX1, CBL, QCR2, MAOM, SP100, NFYA, IF4B, AT2B4, RPB1, BRD2, ATPA, DDX6, PTBP1, ARNT, RFA1, APEX1, PYR1, CALR, MAP4, ERCC5, PTN6, SPB3, PDIA3, 2AAA, HLAF, HMOX2, CLIP1, RPB2, COR1A, ZEP2, HNRH3, HNRH1, STIP1, ELF1, KINH, LSP1, H2B1B, PHB1, PTN7, RFC4, MYH9, MYH10, COPB2, ACTN2, SOAT1, ADDA, FUS, NU214, ATP7B, MYH11, GLRX1, PPM1A, K22E, MP2K2, NUP62, GRP75, IF4A3, COIA1, STAT3, MDHM, ECHA, IF2G, PERI, ELK3, LAP2A, LAP2B, STAT1, RHG25, DPP6, HD, MATR3, GPDM, ZAP70, TNR4, VDAC2, MP2K4, NOP2, NOTC1, UTRN, IQGA1, STT3A, NPBW1, COPD, AGRE5, NASP, FAS, EFTU, CENPF, MA2A2, YLPM1, CLK1, NU153, RBP2, TAF6, GUAA, IDH3A, EMD, LRBA, AT1A2, MECP2, HCFC1, CCR3, KS6A3, LUM, ROA3, GDIR2, AGFG1, STAT2, TF2AA, CAZA1, NUP98, FOSB, SUCA, COPA, ITA8, SC24C, ATX1, UBP14, RD23B, EPHB3, AF17, CASP6, DSRAD, PSA, TPIS, SC61B, ACTB, ARF3, HNRPK, RS16, ACTA, GBB1, PPIA, RS27A, AP2B1, 1433Z, IF5A1, RACK1, ACTG, ACTS, TBA1B, TBA4A, PHC1, PRKDC, BTG2, SSBP2, ATL3, TXN4A, FOXK1, RHG04, NFKB2, SPTB2, FOXK2, RUNX1, AMPD2, CAP1, FLI1, OTUD4, PFKAP, SATB1, EWS, MEF2A, SP2, RHAG, SP4, SP3, RL18A, NUCB1, DYST, CREM, KMT2A, TF65, IF4G1, TLE3, TLE4, REL, UBE3A, GABPA, GABP1, CD69, ZO1, TLE5, DHX9, GOGA3, SLFN5, S38AB, RBBP4, NCBP1, AHNK, MN1, FOXO1, TBL3, TF3C1, AKP13, BPTF, NFIA, CHD3, TP53B, ANK3, PP1R8, AKAP6, ROA0, PAK2, TBX2, M3K1, ATM, DC1I2, IKZF1, TCOF, ROCK1, NFAC2, SMAD4, PICAL, PRP4B, SNW1, IQGA2, MTMR1, MTMR3, CUL4A, CUL4B, RUNX3, NFYC, KGP1, CDK13, IL16, CKAP5, CO4A6, VEZF1, MORC3, UBP2L, SCRIB, GIT2, DYHC1, ELOA1, FLNC, CAPR1, CASL, SCN5A, SEM3A, ITPR2, PLSI, LAGE3, PUM1, EPN4, RRP1B, NCOA6, LBR, STAT4, MEF2D, LASP1, NUMA1, GAPD1, SPCS2, SUZ12, ACAP1, R3HD1, SYK, ARHG6, ACAP2, BRD3, PLEC, L2GL1, EPHA7, SF3B3, RYR3, TAF5, MARE2, TSN, SF01, MED1, JHD2C, T22D1, ELF2, NAB2, TAB1, SPEG, USF2, ZFHX3, ZYX, SEPT7, ADRM1, PKN1, DDB1, TAF9, OBF1, NRF1, PTPRO, ZN827, EX3L4, HNRL2, AAK1, CCD57, QRIC1, PRTG, CEA16, TM249, FR1L6, LRRF1, EMAL3, UAP1L, GON4L, LARP7, EPC2, CRTC2, PAR10, TYW2, RHG15, H90B3, BCORL, ZN831, TGO1, DOC11, PRC2B, TOIP1, CEP78, CD158, TDIF2, KMCP1, ZN362, FKB15, ZEP3, ODAD2, MPP7, LRIF1, UBR4, UBAP2, GNTK, RBM26, CE350, RPRD2, AGAP9, MYOME, TASO2, RN213, GL8D1, PDPK2, BICRL, OTU7B, RGPA1, TWF2, SDE2, NIPBL, LIN54, ZN544, PPR18, ZCHC8, CDC73, ARMX5, SCYL2, NFRKB, LMOD2, LEG1H, TMM81, PDXD1, RSBNL, MDEAS, ZC3HE, LARP1, SCND3, POTEE, ZN322, ANR11, SPIT4, AFTIN, FIP1, CRTC3, MCAF1, PACS1, BCOR, DJC14, DG2L6, LR74B, OTOG, RHG36, YJ005, RHG27, TMTC3, UN13D, HAKAI, NOL8, HECW1, SPT6H, SND1, KDM3B, S26A9, DYM, PRS41, APTX, ZCCHV, SETX, NUP54, GLUCM, POGZ, MYH14, NUFP2, MAVS, HDGR2, EMSY, I2BP2, AB12B, DHB13, CMKMT, SRGP1, RBBP6, RHG30, NRARP, TCPR1, HUWE1, YTHD3, CENPV, ATL2, YRDC, GPAT4, ZFHX4, ABCAD, BCL9L, KIF27, LRRT3, IQGA3, VS10L, CEP57, FRAS1, CACL1, P66A, I2BP1, CRLF3, CRERF, DYH10, GID4, ARI3B, WDR75, MGAP, ANKH1, SUGP1, SUGP2, CCAR1, BAP18, PLPL6, CMIP, TIGD4, YAF2, IHO1, SRRM1, FANCM, CC116, A16A1, DCP1B, PELP1, WDFY3, ABCA7, LGI4, NUP93, LRC47, ABD12, FNBP4, GALT4, RN175, CARME, AF1L2, TAB3, CPSF7, EFNMT, MAGB6, LRTM2, KRI1, TTC29, POC5, LR75A, S43A3, SUMF2, NETO2, NF2IP, LS14A, MISSL, CA131, TNR6A, PHC3, SRFB1, SP20H, VP37A, PCAT1, DOCK8, SYNE1, ARI1B, ENASE, TET1, MYRIP, OR6K3, CFA61, THOC2, WDR36, GABP2, MARH1, ALMS1, PREX1, PKHO2, DYH3, DSCL1, DTX3L, NETO1, NEK7, MICA1, ATS18, RN128, SNX29, SMCR8, ZN384, HASP, SMAP2, SCFD1, LMO7, ATX2L, PHIP, RUFY2, CSKI1, MADD, AGRV1, SYNE2, MUC16, P66B, AUTS2, BBX, TITIN, CTTB2, GBF1, SMG7, SNX19, PHF3, HS105, ZN592, HMHA1, TFG, TAF4B, CBP, KAT6A, SYMPK, SHIP1, DDX17, TANK, RAD50, CELF1, SMRD2, RAB8B, FUBP2, DVL3, LPP, TATD2, AT2A3, MRTFA, PLPL2, SH3K1, PF21A, DOC10, INT12, ACSF2, GCP3, SLAF6, RSPRY, MTEF3, SIR1, THA11, GLT14, CERS2, SYMM, PDLI5, FUBP3, PP16A, COG3, VCIP1, CHAP1, PDLI2, ANCHR, UBP47, Z512B, ZFR, EP400, CNO6L, CA074, PRRC1, ZN512, CNT3B, LRRC7, ARAP1, AGRA2, INP4A, RBM14, NED4L, LENG8, TRNT1, MCCA, PCX1, CCNL2, SIN3A, SEBP2, MINT, HTF4, CDC5L, EYA3, LGMN, MNT, SCAFB, TTC1, OSMR, ATX2, METH, ACON, CPNE1, TBA1C, MBB1A, GPTC1, ERP44, ESYT1, CCM2, FUZZY, DIDO1, MCMBP, CABL2, NDC1, PAXX, HNRL1, NUP58, RIOK2, THIC, RBM4, NADAP, SSBP3, NAA15, AP1M1, M10L1, YTHD1, BACH2, PANK2, PC11Y, ASPC1, UCK2, TRI31, UNK, FTO, AMRA1, CE295, DRC3, SP130, BRD8, CSTFT, ZCPW1, LMA2L, CK054, SLIK2, CSRN2, I2BPL, VPS16, EPC1, ADNP, IPYR2, FOXP1, PTN23, WNK1, AMPB, E41L1, GSX1, ELOV6, CH033, VISTA, SFR19, GORS2, LN28A, MLXIP, GBB4, PKHA1, RISC, TAF9B, MRM3, ZBT20, NCOA5, TANC2, TNR6C, CHD8, AT131, VTA1, SYSM, UBN1, DCP1A, KI13B, PRD10, XPP1, PDLI7, DDX21, MBNL1, SIR7, TULP4, ABCBA, LATS2, UBQL4, THSD1, CENPM, PDS5B, RBM12, MED9, SLTM, MIC19, NSMA3, THUM1, CARF, SNTG2, MTMR4, TE2IP, TAB2, CDK12, GGA3, ITSN2, BICRA, CNOT2, TMOD2, THYN1, PDP1, VAPA, TEN3, CHD7, DYH1, SYLC, KLH42, KANL3, RERE, HDC, TRPC4, MALT1, ADDG, TCF20, NDRG3, SUN2, NDOR1, UBQL2, S30BP, RPGFL, AGRE2, NRBP, BAZ2A, HOOK1, CMC2, TASOR, AKA11, GMEB2, PARP4, C8AP2, IKZF2, ACINU, CNO11, AT7L1, K1210, YETS2, HECD1, NOTC3, PRP19, UBQL1, FAF1, PPIE, DIM1, MACF1, SCAF8, SET1B, JIP3, ZC3H4, SRRM2, CLCA2, SMC3, ZN148, MTMR6, ENTP4, SAC2, MAST1, FYV1, WDR37, TR150, ZN281, FBX7, 3BP1, OR2W1, NOC2L, SAMH1, DMXL1, ARIP4, MTCL1, RIPR2, PKHM1, RPGF2, CRBG1, PRC2C, YTHD2, SP16H, ANGL3, PCDG3, SNX13, NUBP2, NCOR2, COPG1, GMEB1, DC1L1, ROBO1, NCOA3, M3K4, PCLO, CAN7, SCC4, ZHX2, S23IP
Species: Homo sapiens
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Shen B, Zhang W, Shi Z, Tian F, Deng Y, Sun C, Wang G, Qin W, Qian X. A novel strategy for global mapping of O-GlcNAc proteins and peptides using selective enzymatic deglycosylation, HILIC enrichment and mass spectrometry identification. Talanta 2017 169 28411811
Abstract:
O-GlcNAcylation is a kind of dynamic O-linked glycosylation of nucleocytoplasmic and mitochondrial proteins. It serves as a major nutrient sensor to regulate numerous biological processes including transcriptional regulation, cell metabolism, cellular signaling, and protein degradation. Dysregulation of cellular O-GlcNAcylated levels contributes to the etiologies of many diseases such as diabetes, neurodegenerative disease and cancer. However, deeper insight into the biological mechanism of O-GlcNAcylation is hampered by its extremely low stoichiometry and the lack of efficient enrichment approaches for large-scale identification by mass spectrometry. Herein, we developed a novel strategy for the global identification of O-GlcNAc proteins and peptides using selective enzymatic deglycosylation, HILIC enrichment and mass spectrometry analysis. Standard O-GlcNAc peptides can be efficiently enriched even in the presence of 500-fold more abundant non-O-GlcNAc peptides and identified by mass spectrometry with a low nanogram detection sensitivity. This strategy successfully achieved the first large-scale enrichment and characterization of O-GlcNAc proteins and peptides in human urine. A total of 474 O-GlcNAc peptides corresponding to 457 O-GlcNAc proteins were identified by mass spectrometry analysis, which is at least three times more than that obtained by commonly used enrichment methods. A large number of unreported O-GlcNAc proteins related to cell cycle, biological regulation, metabolic and developmental process were found in our data. The above results demonstrated that this novel strategy is highly efficient in the global enrichment and identification of O-GlcNAc peptides. These data provide new insights into the biological function of O-GlcNAcylation in human urine, which is correlated with the physiological states and pathological changes of human body and therefore indicate the potential of this strategy for biomarker discovery from human urine.
O-GlcNAc proteins:
TX13C, ESYT2, BICL2, ODAM, SRCRL, SYTC2, Z804B, O2A25, XIRP2, NKX26, SMCO2, MFS2B, O51F1, NCF1B, BTBDB, SRRM4, D11L8, YV023, LEUTX, MEIOS, RB27B, CACB4, SOCS6, CHD1, NDC80, KIF3C, MYPT1, IPP2C, MUSK, MRP3, PA2GX, ARPC5, P2RX6, ZW10, ZN749, KCAB3, ACTN4, VEGFD, BNI3L, ZN292, PI51C, MABP1, CCG3, NOBOX, REV3L, TBL1X, NBN, KI21B, PX11A, UBP2, CAN15, ATRN, SPF30, MYO1D, SUN1, ENDD1, M4K4, CFAB, LV151, K1C14, K2C1, HSPB1, CHLE, SAP, SRPRA, GNAI3, IL6RA, VILI, AT8OS, GLI3, RNAS2, LYAG, SPTB1, PSG2, LAMP2, CSPG2, SC5A1, F261, DPEP1, EPB42, ITB6, LMNB1, NEBU, RYR1, TENX, SP100, ANX13, ADH6, GNA11, NMT1, CPSM, GBRA5, AKT2, I5P2, MYH11, HMGCL, PGM1, CDN1A, MLH1, SATT, DCC, MAGAA, MMP13, ABCG1, MP2K3, UTRN, IDHP, PSB3, RBP2, MRE11, ETV1, IRAK1, ARSD, NEK4, SPSY, COPA, SMTN, ATN1, PMS1, PMS2, ATNG, PRRX1, AF17, NXPH1, NAL12, IF4A1, STX1B, KCNJ2, HPCA, PKD1, REEP5, CAC1D, MMSA, SEMG2, ACY1, P, ZNF91, LG3BP, PDE4C, SCAP, PO4F2, NMDE1, OVGP1, ANK3, NFAC3, AKAP6, CENPR, SF3B2, TRA2A, CUL4B, ALKB1, CO9A2, FA53B, WRN, SLBP, GOGB1, ZN169, ODFP1, FRPD4, MELT, SART3, IF4H, KIF14, PLCL1, PLEC, PSG5, DLGP5, MARE2, ENOX2, CNGA2, AINX, HCDH, CSPP1, QSER1, ZN423, SPKAP, PRSR3, F214A, K2C71, GON4L, GNPTA, LEGL, PAR14, PCDP1, PLCH1, AARD, RHG29, SPIN4, FA76B, CX066, BRM1L, ODR4, SZT2, SYRM, F102B, CE162, CL060, MYOME, ARHGG, CA140, CARL1, ZMYM4, EST4A, F219B, WDR25, F90A2, LAR1B, ATG9B, ARID2, FTM, USF3, KCD16, ZNF57, K1C39, Z518A, URFB1, CV042, RTL6, CAPR2, ADAM5, ZNT6, CA094, VIP1, AGRD1, CC171, KLH24, ABRX1, PAMR1, TM14E, ITIH6, RFIP1, IGS10, WDR87, SHSA6, FGD6, RGMC, NEK10, UBP31, NOL8, MARK2, BEND5, PCAT2, EPMIP, DPH6, OLIG3, TRPM8, CC186, MYCPP, TMC7, Z804A, TAF8, RALYL, RBM23, CC190, PKHL1, GA2L3, TCAM2, STX12, KI18B, RB6I2, ARMC8, K0825, STH, RP1L1, TPH2, F217A, PLPL6, EFC13, CJ067, PSYR, TBC21, DOCK3, AGRF4, SYCE1, CADM3, CP4Z2, CLASR, ZN786, CLIP4, CBPA6, NKAP, TM156, CPSF7, EFNMT, IGS22, LMBL4, ZFP62, PHC3, DDHD1, EXPH5, NAV1, BD1L1, BPIB6, TET1, MYRIP, FBH1, O10K1, ST3L4, CHD6, DMXL2, MIPT3, ES8L3, DOT1L, NAT14, CKAP2, ARAP3, CSKI1, ATRIP, MUC16, ELYS, TITIN, LZIC, PHF3, TBCD5, K0232, PRCC, TFG, SFRP3, COR2A, ARHG2, TATD2, LENG9, FAM3D, ALKB8, CHM4C, LRC58, REPS1, PGBD4, P3IP1, CDCA5, HMCES, DMAC1, IGS21, PAWR, ITCH, M4A14, CLMN, S41A2, HSH2D, TM87B, ZN514, P12L2, C295L, CQ10A, ROBO3, WWAS2, DB118, KI20B, PHF12, SPAG5, OR2M4, HMCN1, RANB9, CCNL2, IWS1, K1C12, NPY6R, S1PR3, LYST, CDC6, EBP2, NIPS1, DDX50, FA83C, PIMRE, NDC1, MTNA, UT14A, NUP85, TDRD1, MSTRO, SETD2, OSBL8, UACA, TSG10, TB182, EGLN1, CRLD2, CSTFT, NKX24, CT191, ESF1, PIEZ2, RANB3, CSR2B, UCK1, ZN556, MLXIP, TNR6C, HMX1, EQTN, PRDM9, TLR8, HELLS, TOPRS, KIF15, RAD18, HOME2, BRWD1, TEN2, CCM2L, FGOP2, MCUB, MIC19, KCTD5, CARF, FAT2, DTL, SACS, KLHL8, CE126, WDR35, NRX2A, DNM3B, COPG2, GCP4, PARP2, TCF20, ASIC3, RABX5, STAG3, NGAP, FBX5, MKLN1, ZBT21, PKHH1, SOX13, LIMC1, EXOC7, CBPC1, TUTLB, XCT, SHOC2, RUVB2, PDE10, PRLD1, FBW1A, DLGP4, WDR37, ZBTB1, NSG2, LSM2, DOP2, C170B, SAM50, PCDBB, PCDA3, TF3C3, CCG2, BIG1, S4A4, PCLO
Species: Homo sapiens
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Hahne H, Sobotzki N, Nyberg T, Helm D, Borodkin VS, van Aalten DM, Agnew B, Kuster B. Proteome wide purification and identification of O-GlcNAc-modified proteins using click chemistry and mass spectrometry. Journal of proteome research 2013 12(2) 23301498
Abstract:
The post-translational modification of proteins with N-acetylglucosamine (O-GlcNAc) is involved in the regulation of a wide variety of cellular processes and associated with a number of chronic diseases. Despite its emerging biological significance, the systematic identification of O-GlcNAc proteins is still challenging. In the present study, we demonstrate a significantly improved O-GlcNAc protein enrichment procedure, which exploits metabolic labeling of cells by azide-modified GlcNAc and copper-mediated Click chemistry for purification of modified proteins on an alkyne-resin. On-resin proteolysis using trypsin followed by LC-MS/MS afforded the identification of around 1500 O-GlcNAc proteins from a single cell line. Subsequent elution of covalently resin bound O-GlcNAc peptides using selective β-elimination enabled the identification of 185 O-GlcNAc modification sites on 80 proteins. To demonstrate the practical utility of the developed approach, we studied the global effects of the O-GlcNAcase inhibitor GlcNAcstatin G on the level of O<