Genome-wide review of transcriptional complexity in mouse protein kinases and phosphatases

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Title Genome-wide review of transcriptional complexity in mouse protein kinases and phosphatases
Author Forrest, Alistair RR; Taylor, Darrin F; Crowe, Mark L; Chalk, Alistair Morgan; Waddell, Nic J; Kolle, Gabriel; Faulkner, Geoffrey J; Kodzius, Rimantas; Katayama, Shintaro; Wells, Christine; Kai, Chikatoshi; Kawai, Jun; Carninci, Piero; Hayashizaki, Yoshihide; Grimmond, Sean M
Journal Name Genome Biology
Year Published 2006
Place of publication England
Publisher BioMed Central Ltd
Abstract Background Alternative transcripts of protein kinases and protein phosphatases are known to encode peptides with altered substrate affinities, subcellular localizations, and activities. We undertook a systematic study to catalog the variant transcripts of every protein kinase-like and phosphatase-like locus of mouse http://variant.imb.uq.edu.au. Results By reviewing all available transcript evidence, we found that at least 75% of kinase and phosphatase loci in mouse generate alternative splice forms, and that 44% of these loci have well supported alternative 5' exons. In a further analysis of full-length cDNAs, we identified 69% of loci as generating more than one peptide isoform. The 1,469 peptide isoforms generated from these loci correspond to 1,080 unique Interpro domain combinations, many of which lack catalytic or interaction domains. We also report on the existence of likely dominant negative forms for many of the receptor kinases and phosphatases, including some 26 secreted decoys (seven known and 19 novel: Alk, Csf1r, Egfr, Epha1, 3, 5,7 and 10, Ephb1, Flt1, Flt3, Insr, Insrr, Kdr, Met, Ptk7, Ptprc, Ptprd, Ptprg, Ptprl, Ptprn, Ptprn2, Ptpro, Ptprr, Ptprs, and Ptprz1) and 13 transmembrane forms (four known and nine novel: Axl, Bmpr1a, Csf1r, Epha4, 5, 6 and 7, Ntrk2, Ntrk3, Pdgfra, Ptprk, Ptprm, Ptpru). Finally, by mining public gene expression data (MPSS and microarrays), we confirmed tissue-specific expression of ten of the novel isoforms. Conclusion These findings suggest that alternative transcripts of protein kinases and phosphatases are produced that encode different domain structures, and that these variants are likely to play important roles in phosphorylation-dependent signaling pathways.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Alternative URI http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/gb-2006-7-1-r5
Copyright Statement Copyright [2006] [Chalk] et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Volume 7
Issue Number 1
Page from R5.1
Page to R5.15
ISSN 1465-6914
Date Accessioned 2007-07-05
Date Available 2010-08-26T07:36:59Z
Language en_AU
Faculty Eskitis, Inst Cell&Molecular Therapies
Subject PRE2009-Biological Sciences
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/25134
Publication Type Journal Articles (Refereed Article)
Publication Type Code c1x

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