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Interaction among the subunits of Golgi membrane mannosyltransferase complexes of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mnn9 protein is a type II Golgi membrane protein which concerns in protein mannosylation. When solubilized by Triton X-100, it was recovered in two distinct complexes both having mannosyltransferase activity; one with Van1 protein (V- complex) and the other with Anp1, Hoc1, Mnn10, and Mnn11 proteins (A-complex). Characterization of the null mutants suggested that A-complex is also concerned in protein O-glycosylation. A-complex was more resistant than V-complex to dissociating conditions. Interaction between the lumenal domains of Van1 and Mnn9 was detected by a two-hybrid experiment. The anchor domain of Mnn9 protein could be replaced with other membrane anchors without losing the ability to form complexes similar to V- and A-complexes. Thus the lumenal domains are important to assemble these distinct complexes.[1]


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