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|Title:||p130Cas-dependent actin remodelling regulates myogenic differentiation|
Abu Bakar, F.B.
Crk-associated substrate (p130Cas)
Megakaryocytic acute leukaemia (MAL)
|Source:||Kawauchi, K., Tan, W.W., Araki, K., Abu Bakar, F.B., Kim, M., Fujita, H., Hirata, H., Sawada, Y. (2012-08-01). p130Cas-dependent actin remodelling regulates myogenic differentiation. Biochemical Journal 445 (3) : 323-332. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1042/BJ20112169|
|Abstract:||Actin dynamics are implicated in various cellular processes, not only through the regulation of cytoskeletal organization, but also via the control of gene expression. In the present study we show that the Src family kinase substrate p130Cas (Cas is Crkassociated substrate) influences actin remodelling and concomitant muscle-specific gene expression, thereby regulatingmyogenic differentiation. In C2C12myoblasts, silencing of p130Cas expression by RNA interference impaired F-actin (filamentous actin) formation and nuclear localization of the SRF (serum-response factor) co-activator MAL (megakaryocytic acute leukaemia) following the induction of myogenic differentiation. Consequently, formation of multinucleated myotubes was abolished. Reintroduction of wild-type p130Cas, but not its phosphorylation-defective mutant, into p130Cas-knockdown myoblasts restored Factin assembly,MALnuclear localization and myotube formation. Depletion of the adhesion molecule integrin β3, a key regulator of myogenic differentiation as well as actin cytoskeletal organization, attenuated p130Cas phosphorylation and MAL nuclear localization during C2C12 differentiation. Moreover, knockdown of p130Cas led to the activation of the F-actin-severing protein cofilin. The introduction of a dominant-negative mutant of cofilin into p130Cas-knockdown myoblasts restored muscle-specific gene expression andmyotube formation. The results of the present study suggest that p130Cas phosphorylation, mediated by integrin β3, facilitates cofilin inactivation and promotes myogenic differentiation through modulating actin cytoskeleton remodelling. © The Authors Journal compilation © 2012 Biochemical Society.|
|Source Title:||Biochemical Journal|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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