A Tecpr1-dependent selective autophagy pathway targets bacterial pathogens.

@article{Ogawa2011ATS,
  title={A Tecpr1-dependent selective autophagy pathway targets bacterial pathogens.},
  author={Michinaga Ogawa and Yuko Yoshikawa and Taira Kobayashi and Hitomi Mimuro and Makoto Fukumatsu and Kotaro Kiga and Zhenzi Piao and Hiroshi Ashida and Mitsutaka Yoshida and Shigeru Kakuta and Tomohiro Koyama and Yoshiyuki Goto and Takahiro Nagatake and Shinya Nagai and Hiroshi Kiyono and Magdalena Kawalec and J M Reichhart and Chihiro Sasakawa},
  journal={Cell host & microbe},
  year={2011},
  volume={9 5},
  pages={376-89}
}
Selective autophagy of bacterial pathogens represents a host innate immune mechanism. Selective autophagy has been characterized on the basis of distinct cargo receptors but the mechanisms by which different cargo receptors are targeted for autophagic degradation remain unclear. In this study we identified a highly conserved Tectonin domain-containing protein, Tecpr1, as an Atg5 binding partner that colocalized with Atg5 at Shigella-containing phagophores. Tecpr1 activity is necessary for… CONTINUE READING
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