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Phosphorylation of synaptotagmin I by casein kinase II

, : Phosphorylation of synaptotagmin I by casein kinase II. Journal of Biological Chemistry 268(9): 6816-6822

Synaptotagmin I is an abundant synaptic vesicle protein that binds Ca-2+ in a phospholipid-dependent manner and is thought to function in synaptic vesicle exocytosis. We have now studied the phosphorylation of synaptotagmin I. Synaptotagmin I is one of the major substrates in brain for casein kinase II, which phosphorylates synaptotagmin at a single threonine. The phosphorylation site was mapped using recombinant proteins to threonine 128 of synaptotagmin I, which is located in the sequence between the transmembrane region and the C-2 domain repeats of synaptotagmin I. The phosphorylation site of synaptotagmin I is also present in synaptotagmin II and is evolutionarily conserved between different species. Preceding the phosphorylation site, synaptotagmins I and II contain a lysine-rich sequence. Casein kinase II phosphorylation of many substrates is strongly stimulated by the addition of polylysine, but phosphorylation of synaptotagmin I by casein kinase II is not. In recombinant proteins, removal of the lysine-rich sequence of synaptotagmin I makes its phosphorylation dependent on exogenous polylysine, suggesting that the lysine-rich sequence in synaptotagmin serves as an endogenous polylysine stimulation signal for casein kinase II. Our data demonstrate that synaptotagmin I is an efficient substrate for casein kinase II at a conserved site with a possible modulatory role in nerve terminal function.


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