MALT1 directs B cell receptor-induced canonical nuclear factor-κB signaling selectively to the c-Rel subunit

Uta Ferch, Christian Meyer Zum Büschenfelde, Andreas Gewies, Elmar Wegener, Sandra Rauser, Christian Peschel, Daniel Krappmann, Jürgen Ruland

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Abstract

NF-κB (Rel) transcription factors control physiological and pathological immune cell function. The scaffold proteins Bcl-10 and MALT1 couple antigen-receptor signals to the canonical NF-κB pathway and are pivotal in lymphomagenesis. Here we found that Bcl-10 and MALT1 differentially regulated B cell receptor-induced activation of RelA and c-Rel. Bcl-10 was essential for recruitment of the kinase IKK into lipid rafts for the activation of RelA and c-Rel, for blocking apoptosis and for inducing division after B cell receptor ligation. In contrast, MALT1 participated in survival signaling but was not involved in IKK recruitment or activation and was dispensable for RelA induction and proliferation. MALT1 selectively activated c-Rel to control a distinct subprogram. Our results provide mechanistic insights into B cell receptor-induced survival and proliferation signals and demonstrate the selective control of c-Rel in the canonical NF-κB pathway.

OriginalspracheEnglisch
Seiten (von - bis)984-991
Seitenumfang8
FachzeitschriftNature Immunology
Jahrgang8
Ausgabenummer9
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - Sept. 2007
Extern publiziertJa

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