New Roles for the LKB1-NUAK Pathway in Controlling Myosin Phosphatase Complexes and Cell Adhesion
Anna Zagórska,* Maria Deak, David G. Campbell, Sourav Banerjee, Mariko Hirano, Shinichi Aizawa, Alan R. Prescott, Dario R. Alessi*
*To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail:(A.Z.); (D.R.A.)
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- Materials and Methods
- Fig. S1. Overexpressed NUAK1 and NUAK2 interact with endogenous MYPT1- PP1β complex.
- Fig. S2. Identification of a small region in NUAK1 containing the GILK motif that binds to the MYPT1-PP1β complex.
- Fig. S3. Alignment of GILK motifs in vertebrate orthologues of NUAK1 and NUAK2 and C. elegans UNC-82.
- Fig. S4. Endogenous AMPKα1 and AMPKα2 do not immunoprecipitate the MYPT1-PP1β complex.
- Fig. S5. Further characterization of binding of NUAK1 to PP1β.
- Fig. S6. NUAK1 coimmunoprecipitating with MYPT1 is phosphorylated at its T loop.
- Fig. S7. Sequence alignment of NUAK1 phosphorylation sites on MYPT1.
- Fig. S8. Phosphorylation of the MYPT1-PP1β complex by NUAK1.
- Fig. S9. Effect of the NUAK1 inhibitor BX795 and NUAK1 shRNA on cell detachment.
- Fig. S10. Effect of different substrata on cell detachment.
- Fig. S11. Localization of F-actin and MLC2 during detachment of Lkb1+/+or Lkb1–/– MEFs.
- Fig. S12. Localization of F-actin and MLC2 during detachment of Nuak1+/+ or Nuak1–/– MEFs.
- Fig. S13. Localization of F-actin and MLC2 during detachment of HEK293 cells treated with BX795.
- Fig. S14. Inhibition of LKB1-NUAK1 signaling increases number of focal adhesions, stress fibers, and cell area in MEFs.
- Fig. S15. Basal MLC2 phosphorylation in LKB1- or NUAK1-deficient cells.
- Fig. S16. Comparison of the phosphorylation of MYPT1 by ROCK, NUAK1, AMPK, BRSK1, or MARK2.
- Fig. S17. Analysis of the NUAK2 K503R mutant.
- Fig. S18. Analysis of the NUAK1 interaction with PP1-targeting subunits.
- Fig. S19. The effect of the NUAK1 inhibitor BX795 and the ROCK inhibitor Y-27632 on phosphorylation of MYPT1.
- Fig. S20. Cell dissociation does not affect NUAK1 activity.
- Table S1. Proteins identified by mass spectrometry in NUAK1 immunoprecipitates.
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Citation: A.Zagórska, M. Deak, D. G. Campbell, S. Banerjee, M. Hirano, S. Aizawa, A. R. Prescott, D. R. Alessi, New Roles for the LKB1-NUAK Pathway in Controlling Myosin Phosphatase Complexes and Cell Adhesion. Sci. Signal. 3, ra25 (2010).