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Antibodies for the analysis of sumoylation
SUMOylation: a heavyweight in the regulation of cell cycle progression and cell proliferation.
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Sumoylation, the covalent attachment of a small ubiquitin-like modifier (SUMO) moiety to lysine residues, is involved in the regulation of a variety of cellular processes and cell signaling pathways, such as the NF-kappa B pathway (Mabb and Miyamoto 2007).
Four different SUMO proteins, SUMO-1, SUMO-2, SUMO-3, SUMO-4, and SUMO-5 have been identified in mammals, which as their name implies, are all relatives of ubiquitin (Coelho-Silva et al. 2017, Enserink 2015).
Like ubiquitination, sumoylation is a multi-step reversible process orchestrated by four distinct enzyme classes. In order to activate SUMO molecules, SUMO precursor proteins are cleaved by cysteine proteases belonging to the sentrin specific proteases (SENPs) family into their mature form (Nayak and Müller 2014, Sarge and Park-Sarge 2009).
Some SENPs perform a dual-role, since they also function as deubiquitination enzyme (DUB) equivalents by deconjugating sumo moieties from proteins (Nayak and Müller 2014).
The E1 activating enzyme in the context of sumoylation is a heterodimer formed by sumo-activating enzyme subunit 1 (SAE1) and sumo-activating enzyme subunit 2 (SAE2), which acts as the only SUMO activating enzyme in mammals (Enserink 2015). The E1 enzyme then transfers the SUMO molecule to the E2 conjugating enzyme, Ubc9 (Enserink 2015).
Similar to the E1, Ubc9 is the only E2 enzyme present in mammals (Enserink 2015). The role of E3 SUMO ligases, such as PIAS3, appears to be much less important compared to ubiquitin ligases. However, SUMO ligases have been reported to contribute to both the specificity and efficiency of transferring SUMO moieties to substrates (Enserink 2015).
Similar to ubiquitination, aberrant sumoylation has become an important area of study in the context of common disorders such as cancer and neurodegenerative diseases (Sarge and Park-Sarge 2009).
Bio-Rad offers a variety of antibodies for the detection of sumoylation events and the characterization of sumoylation machinery members by ELISA, immunofluorescence, immunohistochemistry and western blotting.