BAIT

SNF1

CAT1, CCR1, GLC2, HAF3, PAS14, AMP-activated serine/threonine-protein kinase catalytic subunit SNF1, L000001944, YDR477W
AMP-activated serine/threonine protein kinase; found in a complex containing Snf4p and members of the Sip1p/Sip2p/Gal83p family; required for transcription of glucose-repressed genes, thermotolerance, sporulation, and peroxisome biogenesis; involved in regulation of the nucleocytoplasmic shuttling of Hxk2p; regulates filamentous growth in response to starvation; SUMOylation by Mms21p inhibits its function and targets Snf1p for destruction via the Slx5-Slx8 Ubiquitin ligase
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (S288c)
PREY

PAC1

L000001328, YOR269W
Involved in nuclear migration, part of the dynein/dynactin pathway; targets dynein to microtubule tips, which is necessary for sliding of microtubules along bud cortex; serves at interface between dynein's ATPase site and its microtubule binding stalk, causing individual dynein motors to remain attached to microtubules for long periods; synthetic lethal with bni1; homolog of human LIS1, mutations in which cause the severe brain disorder lissencephaly
GO Process (3)
GO Function (1)
GO Component (3)
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (S288c)

Reconstituted Complex

An interaction is detected between purified proteins in vitro.

Publication

Diverse protein kinase interactions identified by protein microarrays reveal novel connections between cellular processes.

Fasolo J, Sboner A, Sun MG, Yu H, Chen R, Sharon D, Kim PM, Gerstein M, Snyder M

Protein kinases are key regulators of cellular processes. In spite of considerable effort, a full understanding of the pathways they participate in remains elusive. We globally investigated the proteins that interact with the majority of yeast protein kinases using protein microarrays. Eighty-five kinases were purified and used to probe yeast proteome microarrays. One-thousand-twenty-three interactions were identified, and the vast majority ... [more]

Genes Dev. Apr. 01, 2011; 25(7);767-78 [Pubmed: 21460040]

Throughput

  • High Throughput

Additional Notes

  • High Throughput: Proteome microarrays were used to identify proteins that interact with protein kinases.

Curated By

  • BioGRID