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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, 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, SERB1, ABCF1, Q8TDJ5, Q8WWH9, AGRV1, TCPW, TFG, STAM1, SNR40, VPS35, SIN3A, NIBA2, PSB7, TSNAX, DHRS6, 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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Huo B, Zhang W, Zhao X, Dong H, Yu Y, Wang J, Qian X, Qin W. A triarylphosphine-trimethylpiperidine reagent for the one-step derivatization and enrichment of protein post-translational modifications and identification by mass spectrometry. Chemical communications (Cambridge, England) 2018 54(98) 30379171
Abstract:
We report a new reagent that is capable of both chemical derivatization and selective enrichment of azide-labeled PTM peptides for sensitive identification by mass spectrometry (MS). Facile sample recovery, enhanced ionization and fragmentation in MS of the enriched PTM peptides are achieved, which leads to the identification of 3293 O-GlcNAc peptides and the location of 1706 sites in HeLa cells and efficiently expands the current mapping scale.