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Title

Control of lymphocyte shape and the chemotactic response by the GTP exchange factor Vav

AuthorsVicente-Manzanares, Miguel ; Cruz-Adalia, Aranzazu; Martín-Cófreces, Noa B; Cabrero, José R; Dosil, Mercedes ; Alvarado-Sánchez, Brenda; Bustelo, Xosé R. ; Sánchez-Madrid, Francisco
Keywordscell polarity and migration
Rho GTPases are activated by GTP exchange factors (GEFs)
Issue Date15-Apr-2005
PublisherAmerican Society of Hematology
CitationBlood, 105: 3026-3034 (2005)
AbstractRho GTPases control many facets of cell polarity and migration; namely, the reorganization of the cellular cytoskeleton to extracellular stimuli. Rho GTPases are activated by GTP exchange factors (GEFs), which induce guanosine diphosphate (GDP) release and the stabilization of the nucleotide-free state. Thus, the role of GEFs in the regulation of the cellular response to extracellular cues during cell migration is a critical step of this process. In this report, we have analyzed the activation and subcellular localization of the hematopoietic GEF Vav in human peripheral blood lymphocytes stimulated with the chemokine stromal cell–derived factor-1 (SDF-1α). We show a robust activation of Vav and its redistribution to motility-associated subcellular structures, and we provide biochemical evidence of the recruitment of Vav to the membrane of SDF-1α–activated human lymphocytes, where it transiently interacts with the SDF-1α receptor CXCR4. Overexpression of a dominant negative form of Vav abolished lymphocyte polarization, actin polymerization, and migration. SDF-1α–mediated cell polarization and migration also were impaired by overexpression of an active, oncogenic Vav, although the mechanism appears to be different. Together, our data postulate a pivotal role for Vav in the transmission of the migratory signal through the chemokine receptor CXCR4.
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URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/40050
DOI10.1182/blood-2004-07-2925
ISSN0006-4971
E-ISSN1528-0020
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