USP30 deubiquitinates ATM dimer:Ub-p-PEX5

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R-HSA-9674127
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Homo sapiens
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The deubiquitinase, Ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal hydrolase 30 (USP30) counters the action of E3 ligase on peroxisomal membrane proteins. USP30 can remove ubiquitin moieties from PEX5 thereby preventing pexophagy (Riccio V et al. 2019, Marcassa E et al. 2019)

Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
31131315 USP30: protector of peroxisomes and mitochondria

Riccio, V, McQuibban, GA, Kim, PK

Mol Cell Oncol 2019
31356149 New aspects of USP30 biology in the regulation of pexophagy

Marcassa, E, Kallinos, A, Jardine, J, Rusilowicz-Jones, EV, Clague, MJ, Urbé, S

Autophagy 2019
30700497 Deubiquitinating enzyme USP30 maintains basal peroxisome abundance by regulating pexophagy

Riccio, V, Demers, N, Hua, R, Vissa, M, Cheng, DT, Strilchuk, AW, Wang, Y, McQuibban, GA, Kim, PK

J. Cell Biol. 2019
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ubiquitinyl hydrolase activity of ATM dimer:Ub-p-PEX5:USP30 [peroxisomal membrane]
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