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    Mammalian phospholipase D (PLD) enzyme family consists of six members. Among them, PLD1/2/6 catalyzes phosphatidic acid (PA) production, while PLD3/4/5 has no catalytic activities. Deregulation of the PLD-PA lipid signaling has been associated with various human diseases including cancer. However, a comprehensive analysis of the regulators and effectors for this crucial lipid metabolic pathway has not been fully achieved. Using a proteomic approach, we defined the protein interaction network for the human PLD family of enzymes and PA and revealed diverse cellular signaling events involving them. Through it, we identified PJA2 as a novel E3 ubiquitin ligase for PLD1 involved in control of the PLD1-mediated mammalian target of rapamycin signaling. Additionally, we showed that PA interacted with and positively regulated sphingosine kinase 1. Taken together, our study not only generates a rich interactome resource for further characterizing the human PLD-PA lipid signaling but also connects this important metabolic pathway with numerous biological processes. Copyright © 2022 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.


    Rebecca Elizabeth Kattan, Han Han, Gayoung Seo, Bing Yang, Yongqi Lin, Max Dotson, Stephanie Pham, Yahya Menely, Wenqi Wang. Interactome Analysis of Human Phospholipase D and Phosphatidic Acid-Associated Protein Network. Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP. 2022 Feb;21(2):100195

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    PMID: 35007762

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