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The ubiquity of ERKs and their upstream activators, the MEKs, in signal transduction was first appreciated from studies of yeast 12. Efforts to uncover signaling mechanisms activated by inflammation and environmental stress identified mammalian homologues of the yeast-osmosensing ERK HOG1 6. Molecular cloning revealed similarities between p38 and HOG1 67. CSAIDs directly inhibit p38 kinase activity, pointing to a role for p38 in cytokine release 8.

Mxi2 is an mRNA splice variant of p38; the two polypeptides are identical in the first amino acids but diverge thereafter such that Mxi2 lacks catalytic subdomain XI, terminating instead in a unique amino acid sequence Despite this difference, p38 and Mxi2 each can phosphorylate Max 12 ; the role of this phosphorylation is unknown.

Nevertheless, the distinctive specificity of the two MAP-2 kinases was soon evident; unlike the MAPKs, p54 was unable to phosphorylate Xenopus Rsk but was a much more potent c-Jun kinase 35. Type 1 and 2 isoforms are identical except for the alternative expression of a amino acid segment spanning subdomains IX and X of the catalytic domain.

Stable expression of transforming oncogenes such as ras and raf-1 does give some degree of constitutive SAPK activation likely as a result of a paracrine mechanism Vasoactive peptides such as angiotensin II, endothelin, and thrombin, which act through seven-transmembrane receptors linked to heterotrimeric G proteins, increase the activity of SAPKs substantially more 224316 MAPKs in hepatocytes and contractile cells, such as vascular and bronchial smooth muscle 25 Finally, the SAPKs are activated in vivo during reperfusion of ischemic kidney, suggesting that SAPK activation may form part of the physiologic response to ischemic injury.

Extracts of 3Y1 fibroblasts exposed to hyperosmolarity contain at least four chromatographically distinguishable SAPK-activating factors, only one of which copurifies with SEK1 immunoreactivity SEK1 phosphorylates and activates p38 in vitro and when overexpressed in situ The physiologic significance of this reaction is unclear.

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Kinase-negative SEK1 variants inhibit p38 activation in some but not all experiments. This variability probably reflects the operation of multiple upstream activators of p38, some of which do not interact with SEK1. The discovery of direct interaction between the active form of the ras protooncogene and the c-Raf-1 protein kinase provided the first example of a small GTPase that regulates a broad range of cellular functions by interacting with a proximal component of a protein kinase cascade It has become clear that the regulation of protein kinase cascades is a general feature of the biology of each of the small GTPases in the Ras superfamily.

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Oncogenic V12 Ras can recruit Rac to mediate mitogen-induced membrane ruffling, suggesting that Rac may serve as an effector for Ras Ste20p can phosphorylate the MEKK Ste11p in vitrobut the regulatory significance of this reaction is not established The mixed lineage kinases e.

GCK is constitutively active during transient expression and is not further activated by extracellular ligands. A plausible model is that endogenous GCK is negatively regulated by a low abundance inhibitor, which interacts with the GCK C terminus; this inhibition is relieved by upstream stimuli.

Ceramide, added exogenously or generated by the treatment of cells with sphingomyelinases, selectively activates the SAPKs in situ ; moreover, dominant inhibitory mutants of SEK1 inhibit ceramide-stimulated apoptosis. Chemical mutagens and ionizing or UV radiation all cause DNA damage and can generate free radicals that alter many cell constituents. Similarly, UV-C-induced SAPK activation is inhibited by low concentrations of Triton X and appears to involve N -acetylcysteine-inhibitable activation of nonreceptor tyrosine kinases and Ras 64 Activation of the SAPKs concomitant with the restoration of tissue perfusion and oxidative metabolism after ischemia 27 suggests a role for reactive oxygen intermediates.

Heat-induced SAPK activation, in contrast, is not inhibited by N -acetylcysteine or Triton X and can be initiated in cell-free extracts Analogous mammalian osmoreceptors have not been described. Yeast also possess transmembrane receptors that are activated by misfolded proteins within the lumen of the endoplasmic reticulum and signal to the nucleus Although the cytoplasmic components of these pathways are not known, tunicamycin activation of SAPKs in mammalian cells may initiate from analogous receptors The biological functions of the SAPK and p38 pathways are only beginning to be elucidated, and few if any genetic models exist.

This knowledge, however, does not readily define the physiologic programs initiated by the SAPKs and p The remainder of this discussion will focus on assessing the current information on the roles of the SAPK and p38 kinases in cell physiology. The emerging picture suggests that in most nonlymphoid cells, these two pathways function primarily to inhibit cell growth and to promote either necrotic or apoptotic cell death.

Similarly, constitutively active forms of MKK3, when overexpressed with p38, can promote apoptosis in the presence of NGF Reciprocally, non-phosphorylatable, dominant inhibitory mutants of c-Jun can prevent MEKK-induced apoptosis, and the expression of dominant interfering mutants of MKK3 can prevent induction of apoptosis by NGF withdrawal Insofar as a constitutively active, oncogenic form of MEK1 can prevent apoptosis induced by NGF withdrawal, it is likely that the decision to initiate apoptosis in PC cells depends on the balance of anti-apoptotic signals and pro-apoptotic signals TR-4 cells are a thermotolerant subline of the murine fibroblast line RIF Comparative studies of the effects of heat shock and genotoxic stress on these cells have implicated the SAPKs in the regulation of stress-induced cell death Moreover, whereas heat shock and the genotoxic agent cis-platinum readily kill RIF-1 cells, these treatments are not cytocidal for TR-4 cells, which have comparable sensitivity to UV-C Much remains to be clarified about the biochemical regulation and cellular role of these novel mammalian signaling pathways.

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Why are there two parallel pathways activated by largely overlapping stimuli? To what extent are the SAPK and p38 pathways functionally redundant or complementary?

How many other stress-activated kinase cascades remain to be discovered? Given the rapid progress in this area, answers to these and many other interesting questions should be forthcoming soon. Question marks are meant to indicate that either a critical signaling component remains to be identified or that the relationship between two signaling components has not been definitively established. These distinctions are discussed in the text. Two recent papers have identified additional 244316 upstream activators.

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