Nature. 2009 Feb 12;457(7231):906-9. Epub 2008 Dec 7.

ABIN-1 is a ubiquitin sensor that restricts cell death and sustains embryonic development.External

Oshima, S., Turer, E. E., Callahan, J. A., Chai, S., Advincula, R., Barrera, J., Shifrin, N., Lee, B., Benedict Yen, T. S., Woo, T., Malynn, B. A., Ma, A.,
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Proteins that directly regulate tumour necrosis factor receptor (TNFR) signalling have critical roles in regulating cellular activation and survival. ABIN-1 (A20 binding and inhibitor of NF-kappaB) is a novel protein that is thought to inhibit NF-kappaB signalling. Here we show that mice deficient for ABIN-1 die during embryogenesis with fetal liver apoptosis, anaemia and hypoplasia. ABIN-1 deficient cells are hypersensitive to tumour necrosis factor (TNF)-induced programmed cell death, and TNF deficiency rescues ABIN-1 deficient embryos. ABIN-1 inhibits caspase 8 recruitment to FADD (Fas-associated death domain-containing protein) in TNF-induced signalling complexes, preventing caspase 8 cleavage and programmed cell death. Moreover, ABIN-1 directly binds polyubiquitin chains and this ubiquitin sensing activity is required for ABIN-1's anti-apoptotic activity. These studies provide insights into how ubiquitination and ubiquitin sensing proteins regulate cellular and organismal survival.
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In vivo interaction
Overexpression DD1 DD2 Reference
Family DD1 DD2 Method Species Region Species Region
DED Caspase8 Link FADD Co-immunoprecipitation HT-1080 19060883
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