L-PRX:DRP:DGC:laminin-211 interacts with UTRN

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Homo sapiens
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Based on studies in mouse cells, L-PRX co-immunoprecipitates in a complex that includes DRP2, alpha- and beta-dystroglycan and dystrophin family utrophin (UTRN) (Sherman et al, 2001; reviewed in Wrabetz and Feltri, 2001; Masaki and Matsumura, 2010). Because UTRN does not interact directly with L-PRX, it is possible they are recruited indirectly through as part of alternate DGC complexes with varied dystrophin family members. This model remains to be validated, however (Sherman et al, 2001).

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
11430795 Do Schwann cells stop, DR(o)P2, and roll?

Wrabetz, L, Feltri, ML

Neuron 2001
11430802 Specific disruption of a schwann cell dystrophin-related protein complex in a demyelinating neuropathy

Gillespie, CS, Fabrizi, C, Brophy, PJ, Sherman, DL

Neuron 2001
20625412 Biological role of dystroglycan in Schwann cell function and its implications in peripheral nervous system diseases

Matsumura, K, Masaki, T

J. Biomed. Biotechnol. 2010
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