LECT 21: REGULATED PROTEIN TURNOVER. Cellular proteins have different stabilities. It is the combination of synthesis and degradation rates that determines the level of a protein in a cell, and changes in either rate can serve as means to regulate
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Cellular proteins have different stabilities. It is the combination of
synthesis and degradation rates that determines the level of a protein
in a cell, and changes in either rate can serve as means to regulate
a protein’s concentration in the cell.
Protein degradation in response to extracellular signals is an important
component of some intracellular signaling pathways.
Protein degradation is further required to mis-folded or de-folded proteins,
which would otherwise be capable of forming insoluble aggregates.
Cytosolic proteins targeted for degradation are digested in the
26S proteasome, a large multienzymatic structure.
Membrane proteins targeted for degradation travel through endosomes
to the lysosome, whose lumen contains a collection of proteases.
Both targeting processes employ the covalent
tagging of proteins with ubiquitin,
a small 76 amino acid polypeptide.
Cbl Terminates Growth Factor Signaling Thru Receptor Ubiquination
activated for growth
trafficking to lysosome
Proteasomal Degradation Can Activate Signaling Pathways:
Transcription Via NFkB