Src-family kinases are vitally important to the regulation of cytoskeleton organization, cell proliferation, and the generation of integrin-dependent signaling responses, inducing tyrosine phosphorylation of many signaling and cytoskeletal proteins. The activity of the Src kinase is tightly controlled by inhibitory phosphorylation of a carboxy-terminal tyrosine residue, of which dephosphorylation, or deletion/substitution with phenylalanine in oncogenic Src kinases, leads to enhanced Src activity owing to autophosphorylation in the activation loop. Alongside this phosphorylation/dephosphorylation control, cysteine oxidation has been recently reported as a further mechanism of enzyme activation. Increasing evidence describes redox regulation of Src kinase as a key outcome in growth factor and cytokine signaling, integrin-mediated cell adhesion and motility, and membrane receptor cross talk, as well as in cell transformation, tumor progression, and metastatic dissemination. Src kinase is also involved in the regulation of localized ROS production at invadopodia and podosomes, subcellular adhesion structures associated with extracellular matrix degradation, through spatially restricted activation of NADPH oxidase. Therefore Src kinase both affects and is affected by oxidative signaling, thereby allowing the fine-tuning of the multifaceted cytoskeleton responses for motility and invasion.

SRC redox regulation: Again in the frontline / Giannoni E; Taddei ML; Chiarugi P.. - In: FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY & MEDICINE. - ISSN 0891-5849. - STAMPA. - 49:(2010), pp. 516-527.

SRC redox regulation: Again in the frontline.

GIANNONI, ELISA;TADDEI, MARIA LETIZIA;CHIARUGI, PAOLA
2010

Abstract

Src-family kinases are vitally important to the regulation of cytoskeleton organization, cell proliferation, and the generation of integrin-dependent signaling responses, inducing tyrosine phosphorylation of many signaling and cytoskeletal proteins. The activity of the Src kinase is tightly controlled by inhibitory phosphorylation of a carboxy-terminal tyrosine residue, of which dephosphorylation, or deletion/substitution with phenylalanine in oncogenic Src kinases, leads to enhanced Src activity owing to autophosphorylation in the activation loop. Alongside this phosphorylation/dephosphorylation control, cysteine oxidation has been recently reported as a further mechanism of enzyme activation. Increasing evidence describes redox regulation of Src kinase as a key outcome in growth factor and cytokine signaling, integrin-mediated cell adhesion and motility, and membrane receptor cross talk, as well as in cell transformation, tumor progression, and metastatic dissemination. Src kinase is also involved in the regulation of localized ROS production at invadopodia and podosomes, subcellular adhesion structures associated with extracellular matrix degradation, through spatially restricted activation of NADPH oxidase. Therefore Src kinase both affects and is affected by oxidative signaling, thereby allowing the fine-tuning of the multifaceted cytoskeleton responses for motility and invasion.
2010
49
516
527
Giannoni E; Taddei ML; Chiarugi P.
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