GSK3B-interacting protein - Q9P0R6 (GSKIP_HUMAN)

 

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Function
A-kinase anchoring protein for GSK3B and PKA that regulates or facilitates their kinase activity towards their targets (PubMed:27484798, PubMed:25920809, PubMed:16981698). The ternary complex enhances Wnt-induced signaling by facilitating the GSK3B- and PKA-induced phosphorylation of beta-catenin leading to beta-catenin degradation and stabilization respectively (PubMed:27484798, PubMed:16981698). Upon cAMP activation, the ternary complex contributes to neuroprotection against oxidative stress-induced apoptosis by facilitating the PKA-induced phosphorylation of DML1 and PKA-induced inactivation of GSK3B (PubMed:25920809). During neurite outgrowth promotes neuron proliferation; while increases beta-catenin-induced transcriptional activity through GSK3B kinase activity inhibition, reduces N-cadherin level to promote cell cycle progression (PubMed:19830702). UniProt
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Subunit Structure
Forms a complex composed of PRKAR2A or PRKAR2B, GSK3B and GSKIP through GSKIP interaction; facilitates PKA-induced phosphorylation of GSK3B leading to GSK3B inactivation; recruits DNM1L through GSK3B for PKA-mediated phosphorylation of DNM1L; promotes beta-catenin degradation through GSK3B-induced phosphorylation of beta-catenin; stabilizes beta-catenin and enhances Wnt-induced signaling through PKA-induced phosphorylation of beta-catenin (PubMed:20007971, PubMed:25920809, PubMed:27484798). Interacts with GSK3B; induces GSK3B-mediated phosphorylation of GSKIP and inhibits GSK3B kinase activity (PubMed:16981698, PubMed:25920809). UniProt
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