Recently we revealed that TAPBPR is a peptide exchange catalyst important for optimal peptide selection by MHC class I molecules. Here we asked if any other co-factors associate with TAPBPR which would explain its effect on peptide selection. We identify an interaction between TAPBPR and UDP-glucose:glycoprotein glucosyltransferase 1 (UGT1), a folding sensor in the calnexin/calreticulin quality control cycle known to regenerate the Glc1Man9GlcNAc2 moiety on glycoproteins. Our results suggest the formation of a multimeric complex, dependent on a conserved cysteine at position 94 in TAPBPR, in which TAPBPR promotes the association of UGT1 with peptide-receptive class I molecules. We reveal that the interaction between TAPBPR and UGT1 facilities the reglucosylation of the glycan on class I, promoting their recognition by calreticulin. Our results suggest that in addition to being a peptide-editor, TAPBPR improves peptide optimisation by promoting peptide-receptive MHC class I molecules to associate with the peptide-loading complex.
|Number of pages||25|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Apr 2017|
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Neerincx, A. (Creator), Hermann, C. (Creator), Antrobus, R. (Creator), van Hateren, A. (Creator), Cao, H. (Creator), Trautwein, N. (Creator), Stevanović, S. (Creator), Elliott, T. (Creator), Deane, J. E. (Creator) & Boyle, L. H. (Creator), Dryad Digital Repository, 18 Apr 2018