The NF-κB pathway represents a crucial signaling mechanism in sensing and integrating a multitude of environmental and intracellular stimuli and directing a coordinated response that from the cellular level may impact on the entire organism. A plethora of chaperone proteins work at multiple steps of the pathway, from membrane receptor activation to transcription factor binding to DNA. Indeed, chaperones are required to assist protein conformational changes, to assemble supramolecular complexes and to regulate protein ubiquitination, required for pathway activation. Some chaperones acquired a role as integral components of the signaling complexes, needed for signal progression. Here we describe the chaperones involved in the NF-κB pathway and their specific roles in the different contexts.

The one thousand and one chaperones of the NF-κB pathway

Fusella F.;Secli L.;CANNATA, CRISTIANA;Brancaccio M.
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2020-01-01

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The NF-κB pathway represents a crucial signaling mechanism in sensing and integrating a multitude of environmental and intracellular stimuli and directing a coordinated response that from the cellular level may impact on the entire organism. A plethora of chaperone proteins work at multiple steps of the pathway, from membrane receptor activation to transcription factor binding to DNA. Indeed, chaperones are required to assist protein conformational changes, to assemble supramolecular complexes and to regulate protein ubiquitination, required for pathway activation. Some chaperones acquired a role as integral components of the signaling complexes, needed for signal progression. Here we describe the chaperones involved in the NF-κB pathway and their specific roles in the different contexts.
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Cytokines; Heat-shock proteins; IKK complex; Stress response
Fusella F.; Secli L.; Cannata C.; Brancaccio M.
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