Phosphoinositides in phagolysosome and autophagosome biogenesis

Vojo Deretic, Sudha Singh, Sharon Master, George Kyei, Alex Davis, John Naylor, Sergio De Haro, James Harris, Monica Delgado, Esteban Roberts, Isabelle Vergne

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Abstract

Interconversions of phosphoinositides play a pivotal role during phagocytosis and at the subsequent stages of phagosomal maturation into the phagolysosome. Several model systems have been used to study the role of phosphoinositides in phagosomal membrane remodelling. These include phagosomes formed by inanimate objects such as latex beads, or pathogenic bacteria, e.g. Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The latter category provides naturally occurring tools to dissect membrane traffi cking processes governing phagolysosome biogenesis. M. tuberculosis persists in infected macrophages by blocking Rab conversion and affecting Rab effectors. One of the major Rab effectors involved in this process is the type III phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase hVPS34. The lipid kinase hVPS34 and its enzymatic product PtdIns3P are critical for the default pathway of phagosomal maturation into phagolysosomes. Mycobacteria block PtdIns3P production and thus arrest phagosomal maturation. PtdIns3P is also critical for the process of autophagy, recently recognized as an effector of innate immunity defenses. Induction of autophagy by pharmacological, physiological, or immunological means, overcomes mycobacterial phagosome maturation block in a PtdIns3P generation dependent manner and eliminates intracellular M. tuberculosis. PtdIns3P and PtdIns3P-dependent processes represent an important cellular nexus where fundamental traffi cking processes, disease causing host-pathogen interactions, and innate and adaptive immunity defense mechanisms meet.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)141-148
Number of pages8
JournalBiochemical Society Symposium
Volume74
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes

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Deretic, V., Singh, S., Master, S., Kyei, G., Davis, A., Naylor, J., ... Vergne, I. (2007). Phosphoinositides in phagolysosome and autophagosome biogenesis. Biochemical Society Symposium, 74, 141-148. https://doi.org/10.1042/BSS0740141
Deretic, Vojo ; Singh, Sudha ; Master, Sharon ; Kyei, George ; Davis, Alex ; Naylor, John ; De Haro, Sergio ; Harris, James ; Delgado, Monica ; Roberts, Esteban ; Vergne, Isabelle. / Phosphoinositides in phagolysosome and autophagosome biogenesis. In: Biochemical Society Symposium. 2007 ; Vol. 74. pp. 141-148.
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Deretic V, Singh S, Master S, Kyei G, Davis A, Naylor J et al. Phosphoinositides in phagolysosome and autophagosome biogenesis. Biochemical Society Symposium. 2007;74:141-148. https://doi.org/10.1042/BSS0740141