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Title

Caveolin-1 interacts and cooperates with the transforming growth factor- type I receptor ALK1 in endothelial caveolae

AuthorsSantibanez, Juan Francisco ; Blanco, Francisco J. ; Garrido-Martin, Eva M. ; Sanz-Rodriguez, Francisco; Pozo, Miguel A. del; Bernabéu, Carmelo
KeywordsAngiogenesis
Caveolae
Growth factors
Endothelial receptors
Signal transduction
Issue Date1-Mar-2008
PublisherOxford University Press
CitationCardiovascular Research 77(4):791-799(2008)
AbstractAims Activin receptor-like kinase (ALK)1 is a transforming growth factor (TGF)-β type I membrane receptor restricted almost entirely to endothelial cells (ECs) and involved in vascular remodelling and angiogenesis. Previous reports have shown that the ubiquitous TGF-β type I receptor ALK5 and the type II receptor are located in cholesterol-rich membrane microdomains named caveolae. The aim of this work was to assess the location of ALK1 in endothelial caveolae as well as to study the role of caveolin-1 on the TGF-β/ALK1 signalling pathway. Methods and results The subcellular distribution of ALK1 was analysed by confocal microscopy and co-fractionation experiments in human ECs. The association between human ALK1 and caveolin-1 was studied in caveolin-1-deficient human epithelial cells by co-immunoprecipitation. The functional role of caveolin-1 on the ALK1-mediated TGF-β signalling was elucidated using ALK1-specific luciferase reporters in human ECs, caveolin-1−/−mouse embryonic fibroblasts, and rat myoblasts. Confocal microscopy analyses, as well as cholesterol depletion experiments in the presence of cholesterol-depleting agents such as nystatin or methyl-β-cyclodextrin, demonstrated that ALK1 is located in endothelial caveolae. Also, co-immunoprecipitation assays showed that ALK1 associates with the main caveolae component caveolin-1. Mapping of the ALK1/caveolin-1 interaction revealed that the caveolin-1 scaffolding domain and the caveolin-1 binding motif in ALK1 are responsible for this association. Moreover, this hitherto not reported interaction had a functional consequence for the ALK1-dependent signalling. In contrast with the previously published ALK5/caveolin-1 interaction, caveolin-1 enhances the TGF-β/ALK1 signalling pathway, promoting the activity of the ALK1-specific reporters. Conversely, specific suppression of caveolin-1 abrogated the ALK1 signalling pathway. Conclusion ALK1 is located in endothelial caveolae where it functionally interacts with caveolin-1 through its scaffolding domain, suggesting a joint contribution of ALK1 and caveolin-1 as key mediators of the TGF-β pathway in angiogenesis.
Description9 páginas, 6 figuras -- PAGS nros. 791-799
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1093/cvr/cvm097
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/49641
DOI10.1093/cvr/cvm097
ISSN0008-6363
E-ISSN1755-3245
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