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Title: A novel PtdIns3P and PtdIns(3,5)P-2 phosphatase with an inactivating variant in centronuclear myopathy
Authors: Tosch, Valerie
Rohde, Holger M.
Tronchere, Helene
Zanoteli, Edmar [UNIFESP]
Monroy, Nancy
Kretz, Christine
Dondaine, Nicolas
Payrastre, Bernard
Mandel, Jean-Louis
Laporte, Jocelyn
Univ Louis Pasteur Strasbourg 1
Hop Purpan
Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP)
Fac Med Strasbourg
Hop Univ
Coll France
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2006
Publisher: Oxford Univ Press
Citation: Human Molecular Genetics. Oxford: Oxford Univ Press, v. 15, n. 21, p. 3098-3106, 2006.
Abstract: In eukaryotic cells, phosphoinositides are lipid second messengers important for many cellular processes and have been found dysregulated in several human diseases. X-linked myotubular (centronuclear) myopathy is a severe congenital myopathy caused by mutations in a phosphatidylinositol 3-phosphate (PtdIns3P) phosphatase called myotubularin, and mutations in dominant centronuclear myopathy (CNM) cases were identified in the dynamin 2 gene. the genes mutated in autosomal recessive cases of CNMs have not been found. We have identified a novel phosphoinositide phosphatase (hJUMPY) conserved through evolution, which dephosphorylates the same substrates as myotubularin, PtdIns3P and PtdIns(3,5)P-2, in vitro and ex vivo. We found, in sporadic cases of CNMs, two missense variants that affect the enzymatic function. One of these appeared de novo in a patient also carrying a de novo mutation in the dynamin 2 gene. the other missense (R336Q) found in another patient changes the catalytic arginine residue of the core phosphatase signature present in protein tyrosine/dual-specificity phosphatases and in phosphoinositide phosphatases and drastically reduces the enzymatic activity both in vitro and in transfected cells. the inheritance of the phenotype with regard to this variant is still unclear and could be either recessive with an undetected second allele or digenic. We propose that impairment of hJUMPY function is implicated in some cases of autosomal CNM and that hJUMPY cooperates with myotubularin to regulate the level of phosphoinositides in skeletal muscle.
ISSN: 0964-6906
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