BAIT

SSK2

mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase kinase SSK2, L000002826, YNR031C
MAP kinase kinase kinase of HOG1 mitogen-activated signaling pathway; interacts with Ssk1p, leading to autophosphorylation and activation of Ssk2p which phosphorylates Pbs2p; also mediates actin cytoskeleton recovery from osmotic stress; a HOG-independent function of Ssk2p mediates the calcium-sensitive phenotype of the ptp2 msg5 double disruptant; SSK2 has a paralog, SSK22, that arose from the whole genome duplication
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (S288c)
PREY

MPS3

NEP98, YJL018W, YJL019W
Nuclear envelope protein; required for SPB insertion, SPB duplication, Kar5p localization near the SPB and nuclear fusion; interacts with Mps2p to tether half-bridge to core SPB; N-terminal acetylation by Eco1p regulates its role in nuclear organization; localizes to the SPB half bridge and telomeres during meiosis; required with Ndj1p and Csm4p for meiotic bouquet formation and telomere-led rapid prophase movement; member of the SUN protein family (Sad1-UNC-84 homology)
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