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Reference: Curwin AJ, et al. (2009) Phospholipid Transfer Protein Sec14 Is Required for Trafficking from Endosomes and Regulates Distinct trans-Golgi Export Pathways. J Biol Chem 284(11):7364-75

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A protein known to regulate both lipid metabolism and vesicular transport is the phosphatidylcholine/phosphatidylinositol transfer protein Sec14 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Sec14 is thought to globally affect secretion from the trans-Golgi. The results from a synthetic genetic array screen for genes whose inactivation impaired growth of cells with a temperature sensitive SEC14 allele implied Sec14 regulates transport in and out of the Golgi. This prompted us to examine the role of Sec14 in various vesicular transport pathways. We determined that Sec14 function was required for the route followed by Bgl2, while trafficking of other secreted proteins including Hsp150, Cts1, Scw4, Scw10, Exg1, Cis3, and Ygp1 still occurred, indicating Sec14 regulates specific trans-Golgi export pathways. Upon diminution of Sec14 function the v-SNARE Snc1 accumulated in endosomes and the trans-Golgi. Its accumulation in endosomes is consistent with Sec14 being required for transport from endosomes to the trans-Golgi. Sec14 was also required for trafficking of Ste3 and the lipophilic dye FM4-64 from the plasma membrane to the vacuole at the level of the endosome. The combined genetic and cell biology data are consistent with regulation of endosome trafficking being a major role for Sec14. We further determined that lipid ligand occupancy differentially regulates Sec14 functions.

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Curwin AJ, Fairn GD, McMaster CR
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