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Séminaire CIRI : Pr. John BRUMELL

" Salmonella effector SopD promotes plasma membrane scission by inhibiting RAB10 "
Quand ? Le 29/11/2022,
de 11:00 à 12:00
Où ? Salle des thèses, ENS-Lyon
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Pr. John BRUMELL (Molecular Genetics & Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto - CANADA):

" Salmonella effector SopD promotes plasma membrane scission by inhibiting RAB10 "

 

 Abstract: Salmonella utilizes translocated virulence proteins (termed effectors) to promote host cell invasion. The effector SopD contributes to invasion by promoting scission of the plasma membrane, generating Salmonella-containing vacuoles. SopD is expressed in all Salmonella lineages and plays important roles in animal models of infection, but its host cell targets are unknown. In a recent study, we showed that SopD can bind to and inhibit the small GTPase Rab10, through a C-terminal GTPase activating protein (GAP) domain. During infection, Rab10 and its effectors MICAL-L1 and EHBP1 are recruited to invasion sites. By inhibiting Rab10, SopD promotes removal of Rab10 and recruitment of Dynamin-2 to drive scission of the plasma membrane. Together, our study uncovers an important role for Rab10 in regulating plasma membrane scission and identifies the mechanism used by a bacterial pathogen to manipulate this function during infection.

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