Regulation of NF-κB signalling by the mono-ADP-ribosyltransferase ARTD10

Patricia Verheugd, Alexandra H. Forst, Larissa Milke, Nicolas Herzog, Karla L.H. Feijs, Elisabeth Kremmer, Henning Kleine, Bernhard Lüscher
2013 Nature Communications  
Adenosine diphosphate-ribosylation is a post-translational modification mediated by intracellular and membrane-associated extracellular enzymes and many bacterial toxins. The intracellular enzymes modify their substrates either by poly-ADP-ribosylation, exemplified by ARTD1/PARP1, or by mono-ADP-ribosylation. The latter has been discovered only recently, and little is known about its physiological relevance. The founding member of mono-ADPribosyltransferases is ARTD10/PARP10. It possesses two
more » ... It possesses two ubiquitin-interaction motifs, a unique feature among ARTD/PARP enzymes. Here, we find that the ARTD10 ubiquitininteraction motifs bind to K63-linked poly-ubiquitin, a modification that is essential for NF-kB signalling. We therefore studied the role of ARTD10 in this pathway. ARTD10 inhibits the activation of NF-kB and downstream target genes in response to interleukin-1b and tumour necrosis factor-a, dependent on catalytic activity and poly-ubiquitin binding of ARTD10. Mechanistically ARTD10 interferes with poly-ubiquitination of NEMO, which interacts with and is a substrate of ARTD10. Our findings identify a novel regulator of NF-kB signalling and provide evidence for cross-talk between K63-linked poly-ubiquitination and mono-ADPribosylation.
doi:10.1038/ncomms2672 pmid:23575687 fatcat:ewzkl5ae35ftja4vetmpmogpyq