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The Rab7 effector WDR91 promotes autophagy-lysosome degradation in neurons by regulating lysosome fusion

发布时间: 2021年05月25日 12:52 阅读次数:

Ruxiao Xing , Hejiang Zhou , Youli Jian , Lingling Li , Min Wang , Nan Liu , Qiuyuan Yin , Ziqi Liang , Weixiang Guo , Chonglin Yang 

J Cell Biol. 2021 Aug 2;220(8):e202007061.Epub 2021 May 24.

PMID: 34028500 

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Abstract

The effectors of the Rab7 small GTPase play multiple roles in Rab7-dependent endosome-lysosome and autophagy-lysosome pathways. However, it is largely unknown how distinct Rab7 effectors coordinate to maintain the homeostasis of late endosomes and lysosomes to ensure appropriate endolysosomal and autolysosomal degradation. Here we report that WDR91, a Rab7 effector required for early-to-late endosome conversion, is essential for lysosome function and homeostasis. Mice lacking Wdr91 specifically in the central nervous system exhibited behavioral defects and marked neuronal loss in the cerebral and cerebellar cortices. At the cellular level, WDR91 deficiency causes PtdIns3P-independent enlargement and dysfunction of lysosomes, leading to accumulation of autophagic cargoes in mouse neurons. WDR91 competes with the VPS41 subunit of the HOPS complex, another Rab7 effector, for binding to Rab7, thereby facilitating Rab7-dependent lysosome fusion in a controlled manner. WDR91 thus maintains an appropriate level of lysosome fusion to guard the normal function and survival of neurons.

© 2021 Xing et al.

 

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