A novel regulatory role of TRAPPC9 in L-plastin-mediated osteoclast actin ring formation

Title

A novel regulatory role of TRAPPC9 in L-plastin-mediated osteoclast actin ring formation

Creator

Hussein Nazar J; Mbimba Thomas; Al-Adlaan Asaad A; Ansari Mohammad Y; Jaber Fatima A; McDermott Scott; Kasumov Takhar; Safadi Fayez F

Publisher

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry

Date

2019
2019-08

Description

Trafficking protein particle complex 9 (TRAPPC9) is a major subunit of the TRAPPII complex. TRAPPC9 has been reported to bind nuclear factor κB kinase subunit β (IKKβ) and NF-kB-inducing kinase (NIK) where it plays a role in the canonical and noncanonical of nuclear factor-κB (NF-kB) signaling pathways, receptively. The role of TRAPPC9 in protein trafficking and cytoskeleton organization in osteoclast (OC) has not been studied yet. In this study, we examined the mRNA expression of TRAPPC9 during OC differentiation. Next, we examined the colocalization of TRAPPC9 with cathepsin-K, known to mediate OC resorption suggesting that TRAPPC9 mediates the trafficking pathway within OC. To identify TRAPPC9 protein partners important for OC-mediated cytoskeleton re-organization, we conducted immunoprecipitation of TRAPPC9 in mature OCs followed by mass spectrometry analysis. Our data showed that TRAPPC9 binds various protein partners. One protein with high recovery rate is L-plastin (LPL). LPL localizes at the podosomes and reported to play a crucial role in actin aggregation thereby actin ring formation and OC function. Although the role of LPL in OC-mediated bone resorption has not fully reported in detail. Here, first, we confirmed the binding of LPL to TRAPPC9 and, then, we investigated the potential regulatory role of TRAPPC9 in LPL-mediated OC cytoskeleton reorganization. We assessed the localization of TRAPPC9 and LPL in OC and found that TRAPPC9 is colocalized with LPL at the periphery of OC. Next, we determined the effect of TRAPPC9 overexpression on LPL recruitment to the actin ring using a viral system. Interestingly, our data showed that TRAPPC9 overexpression promotes the recruitment of LPL to the actin ring when compared with control cultures. In addition, we observed that TRAPPC9 overexpression reorganizes actin clusters/aggregates and regulates vinculin recruitment into the OC periphery to initiate podosome formation.

Subject

actin ring; cytoskeleton; L-plastin; osteoclast; protein trafficking; TRAPPC9; TRAPPII

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Citation

Hussein Nazar J; Mbimba Thomas; Al-Adlaan Asaad A; Ansari Mohammad Y; Jaber Fatima A; McDermott Scott; Kasumov Takhar; Safadi Fayez F, “A novel regulatory role of TRAPPC9 in L-plastin-mediated osteoclast actin ring formation,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed June 17, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6492.

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