HAI-2 stabilizes, inhibits, and regulates SEA-cleavage-dependent secretory transport of matriptase

Annika W. Nonboe, Oliver Krigslund, Christoffer Soendergaard, Signe Skovbjerg, Stine Friis, Martin Nybo Andersen, Vincent Ellis, Makiko Kawaguchi, Hiroaki Kataoka, Thomas H. Bugge, Lotte K. Vogel

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Abstract

It has recently been shown that HAI-2 is able to suppress carcinogenesis induced by overexpression of matriptase, as well as cause regression of individual established tumors in a mouse model system. However, the role of HAI-2 is poorly understood.

In the present study we describe three mutations in the binding loop of the HAI-2 Kunitz domain 1 (K42N, C47F, and R48L) that cause a delay in the SEA domain cleavage of matriptase, leading to accumulation of non-SEA domain cleaved matriptase in the ER.

We suggest that, like other known SEA domains, the matriptase SEA domain auto-cleaves and reflects that correct oligomerization, maturation, and/or folding has been obtained. Our results suggest that the HAI-2 Kunitz domain 1 mutants influence the flux of matriptase to the plasma membrane by affecting the oligomerization, maturation, and/or folding of matriptase, and as a result the SEA domain cleavage of matriptase.

Two of the HAI-2 Kunitz domain 1 mutants investigated (C47F, R48L, C47F/R48L) also displayed a reduced ability to proteolytically silence matriptase. Hence, HAI-2 separately stabilizes matriptase, regulates the secretory transport, possibly via maturation/oligomerization, and inhibits the proteolytic activity of matriptase in the ER, and possible throughout the secretory pathway.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)378–391
JournalTraffic
Volume18
Issue number6
Early online date28 Mar 2017
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2017

Keywords

  • matriptase
  • HAI-2
  • HAI-1
  • SEA domain cleavage
  • secretory transport
  • chromogenic activity

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