Novel interactions of ESCRT-III with LIP5 and VPS4 and their implications for ESCRT-III disassembly

Soomin Shim, Samuel Merrill, Phyllis I. Hanson

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The AAA+ ATPase VPS4 plays an essential role in multivesicular body biogenesis and is thought to act by disassembling ESCRT-III complexes. VPS4 oligomerization and ATPase activity are promoted by binding to LIP5. LIP5 also binds to the ESCRT-III like protein CHMP5/hVps60, but how this affects its function remains unclear. Here we confirm that LIP5 binds tightly to CHMP5, but also find that it binds well to additional ESCRT-III proteins including CHMP1B, CHMP2A/ hVps2-1, and CHMP3/hVps24 but not CHMP4A/hSnf7-1 or CHMP6/hVps20. LIP5 binds to a different region within CHMP5 than within the other ESCRT-III proteins. In CHMP1B and CHMP2A, its binding site encompasses sequences at the proteins' extreme C-termini that overlap with "MIT interacting motifs" (MIMs) known to bind to VPS4. We find unexpected evidence of a second conserved binding site for VPS4 in CHMP2A and CHMP1B, suggesting that LIP5 and VPS4 may bind simultaneously to these proteins despite the overlap in their primary binding sites. Finally, LIP5 binds preferentially to soluble CHMP5 but instead to polymerized CHMP2A, suggesting that the newly defined interactions between LIP5 and ESCRT-III proteins may be regulated by ESCRT-III conformation. These studies point to a role for direct binding between LIP5 and ESCRT-III proteins that is likely to complement LIP5's previously described ability to regulate VPS4 activity.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)2661-2672
Number of pages12
JournalMolecular Biology of the Cell
Volume19
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 1 2008
Externally publishedYes

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Protein C

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Novel interactions of ESCRT-III with LIP5 and VPS4 and their implications for ESCRT-III disassembly. / Shim, Soomin; Merrill, Samuel; Hanson, Phyllis I.

In: Molecular Biology of the Cell, Vol. 19, No. 6, 01.06.2008, p. 2661-2672.

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Shim, Soomin ; Merrill, Samuel ; Hanson, Phyllis I. / Novel interactions of ESCRT-III with LIP5 and VPS4 and their implications for ESCRT-III disassembly. In: Molecular Biology of the Cell. 2008 ; Vol. 19, No. 6. pp. 2661-2672.
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