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Publication : Traffic (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Rab35 GTPase: A Central Regulator of Phosphoinositides and F-actin in Endocytic Recycling and Beyond

Scientific Fields
Diseases
Organisms
Applications
Technique

Published in Traffic (Copenhagen, Denmark) - 21 Jun 2016

Klinkert K, Echard A

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 27329675

Traffic 2016 Jun;

Rab35 is one of the first discovered members of the large Rab GTPase family, yet it received little attention for 10 years being considered merely as a Rab1-like GTPase. In 2006, Rab35 was recognized as a unique Rab GTPase localized both at the plasma membrane and on endosomes, playing essential roles in endocytic recycling and cytokinesis. Since then, Rab35 has become one of the most studied Rabs involved in a growing number of cellular functions, including endosomal trafficking, exosome release, phagocytosis, cell migration, immunological synapse formation and neurite outgrowth. Recently, Rab35 has been acknowledged as an oncogenic GTPase with activating mutations being found in cancer patients. In this review, we provide a comprehensive summary of known Rab35-dependent cellular functions and detail the few Rab35 effectors characterized so far. We also review how the Rab35 GTP/GDP cycle is regulated, and emphasize a newly discovered mechanism that controls its tight activation on newborn endosomes. We propose that the involvement of Rab35 in such diverse and apparently unrelated cellular functions can be explained by the central role of this GTPase in regulating phosphoinositides and F-actin, both on endosomes and at the plasma membrane.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27329675