Fanconi anemia protein complex is a novel target of the IKK signalsome

@article{Otsuki2002FanconiAP,
  title={Fanconi anemia protein complex is a novel target of the IKK signalsome},
  author={Tetsuya Otsuki and David B. Young and Dennis T. Sasaki and Matthew P. Pando and Jianwu Li and Anthony M. Manning and Merl F. Hoekstra and Maureen E. Hoatlin and Frank Mercurio and Johnson M Liu},
  journal={Journal of Cellular Biochemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={86}
}
Fanconi anemia (FA), a genetic disorder predisposing to aplastic anemia and cancer, is characterized by hypersensitivity to DNA‐damaging agents and oxidative stress. Five of the cloned FA proteins (FANCA, FANCC, FANCE, FANCF, FANCG) appear to be involved in a common functional pathway that is required for the monoubiquitination of a sixth gene product, FANCD2. Here, we report that FANCA associates with the IκB kinase (IKK) signalsome via interaction with IKK2. Components of the FANCA complex… 
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  • Biology, Medicine
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A role for the FA proteins in mitochondria witsh sensitivity to oxidative stress resulting from diminished peroxidase activity is demonstrated, which may lead to apoptosis and the accumulation of oxidative DNA damage in bone marrow precursors.
oversecretion in Fanconi anemia α Aberrant activation of stress-response pathways leads to TNF
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It is demonstrated here that FANC pathway loss-of-function results in the aberrant activation of two major stress-signaling pathways: NF-κB and MAPKs, which normalizes TNF-α oversecretion in FA and provides a strong rationale for new clinical trials on FA patients.
AMP-activated protein kinase is involved in the activation of the Fanconi anemia/BRCA pathway in response to DNA interstrand crosslinks
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