Supplementary Materials for:
Proteomic Analysis of Integrin-Associated Complexes Identifies RCC2
as a Dual Regulator of Rac1 and Arf6
Jonathan D. Humphries, Adam Byron, Mark D. Bass, Sue E. Craig, John W. Pinney,
David Knight, Martin J. Humphries*
*To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail:
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- Fig. S1. Disruption of the actin cytoskeleton does not affect recruitment of talin and paxillin to isolated α5β1–FN complexes.
- Fig. S2. Knockdown of RCC2 accelerates adhesion formation.
- Fig. S3. Knockdown of RCC2 augments FN-mediated cell spreading.
- Table S1. Hierarchical clustering analysis of proteins identified in FN, VCAM-1, and VCAM-1(D40A) affinity purifications (full data sets).
- Table S2. Specifically enriched proteins identified in FN and VCAM-1 affinity purifications.
- Table S3. Protein-protein interaction network statistics.
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Other Supplementary Materials for this manuscript include the following:
- File 1. Table S1 (Microsoft Excel format)
- File 2. Table S2 (Microsoft Excel format)
- File 3. Interaction network model for the α5β1–FN complex (XGMML format).
- File 4. Interaction network model for the α4β1–VCAM-1 complex (XGMML format).
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J. D. Humphries, A. Byron, M. D. Bass, S. E. Craig, J. W. Pinney, D. Knight,
M. J. Humphries, Proteomic analysis of integrin-associated complexes identifies RCC2
as a dual regulator of Rac1 and Arf6. Sci. Signal. 2, ra51 (2009).
© 2009 American Association for the Advancement of Science