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Exosomes from human lymphoblastoid B cells express enzymatically active CD38 that is associated with signaling complexes containing CD81, Hsc-70 and Lyn

AuthorsZumaquero, Esther; Muñoz, P.; Cobo, M.; Lucena, G.; Pavón, Esther J.; Martín, Ana Belén ; Navarro, P.; García-Pérez, A.; Ariza-Veguillas, A.; Malavasi, F.; Sancho, Jaime; Zubiaur, Mercedes
Issue Date2010
PublisherAcademic Press
CitationExperimental Cell Research 316: 2692- 2706 (2010)
AbstractExosome vesicles of endocytic origin are involved in communication between tumor and immune cells. In addition, membrane rafts (MR) may support the sorting of proteins associated with exosomes. CD38 is found at the plasma membrane and in recycling endosomes, which are both redistributed toward the immunological synapse (IS) upon T cell antigen receptor (TCR) engagement. The data of this study provide evidence that CD38 is expressed on the surface of secreted exosomes derived from lymphoblastoid B cells. Exosomic CD38 is associated with the signaling molecules CD81, Hsc-70 and Lyn. Likewise, in MR, CD38 is associated with CD81, CD19, Lyn, Gαi-2, Hsc-70 and actin. Therefore, a high degree of overlap in the pattern of signaling proteins associated with CD38 in exosomes and MR exists. Exosomic and MR CD38, by virtue of these interactions, have signaling potential. Indeed, CD38 is enzymatically active in both exosomes and MR, and CD38 ligation induces Akt/PKB and Erk activation, which is accompanied by increased translocation of CD38 into MR. In conclusion, the present study indicates that CD38 localizes to MR, where it promotes cell signaling, and it is exported out of the cells through the exosome-mediated exocytic pathway, where it may act as an intercellular messenger. © 2010 Elsevier Inc.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/74101
DOI10.1016/j.yexcr.2010.05.032
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.yexcr.2010.05.032
issn: 0014-4827
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