Reference: Iguchi Y, et al. (2010) Control of signalling properties of human somatostatin receptor subtype-5 by additional signal sequences on its amino-terminus in yeast. J Biochem 147(6):875-84

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The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is known as an available host for human G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) ligand screening. Although several types of yeast signal sequences (SS) attached with the GPCRs could improve their productivities and facilitate transportation of the GPCRs to the yeast plasma membrane, the effects of additional SS on ligand-specific signalling functions of GPCRs are not reported. Here, we demonstrated the controlling signalling properties by addition of SS using engineered yeast as a host. Prepro and pre regions of ?-factor and amino-terminal sequence of Ste2 (Ste2N) were used as SS, and somatostatin (SST) receptor subtype 5 (SSTR5) was used as a model GPCR. We also constructed a yeast-based fluorescent assay system for monitoring the activation levels of SSTR5 signalling by a green fluorescent protein (GFP) reporter gene. The production levels and localisation patterns of the SS-attached SSTR5 were more significantly improved than those of wild-type SSTR5. In addition, we successfully controlled the pharmacological efficacy and potency by introducing SS. Among 4 types of SSTR5 receptors, Ste2N-SSTR5 responded at the lowest ligand concentration. This finding will be informative for constructing optimal yeast-based ligand screening systems to discriminate the cells on the basis of signalling levels.

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Iguchi Y, Ishii J, Nakayama H, Ishikura A, Izawa K, Tanaka T, Ogino C, Kondo A
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