DRAFT GLYCOSCI FAQ No. 1 (Cloned glycosyltransferases)

Iain Wilson wilson at edv1.boku.ac.at
Thu Feb 9 09:21:45 EST 1995


Dear All,
   The following is a draft FAQ (frequently asked questions) on the subject=
=20
of 'how many eukaryotic glycosyltransferases are cloned?' I emphasise that=
=20
this is a draft and I would welcome any comments/corrections or whatever=20
from anyone. Since cloning of glycosyltransferases is a fast moving area, I=
=20
am sure I have missed some of the papers or database accessions. This FAQ=20
will when corrected be sent back to the GLYCOSCI newsgroup and may then be=
=20
archived elsewhere on the Internet. I intend to follow this FAQ with one on=
=20
glycosidase specificity in due course. Comments to me (not to the list,=20
unless it is a general comment as to the concept of having FAQs of this=20
nature) by 9th March 1995 at wilson at edv1.boku.ac.at
  =20
   Regards,

   Iain

   Institut f=FCr Chemie der Universit=E4t f=FCr Bodenkultur, Wien, Austria



---------Draft FAQ begins

Q: 'Which eukaryotic glycosyltransferases are cloned?'

References to papers (first author, year, etc.) and to genbank (gb) and=20
Swissprot (sw:) accession numbers are given where possible.

N-acetylgalactosaminyltransferases=09
----------------------------------
alpha1,3 (blood group B)	=09
human cDNA	Yamamoto et al (1990) Nature 345:229-233
		gb:j05175	sw:bgat_human

beta1,4 (GM2 synthase)	=09
human cDNA	Nagata et al (1992) JBC 267:12082-12087
		gb:m83651       sw:cag2_human

CT antigen
                Smith (1994) JBC 269:15162-15171

polypeptide			=09
bovine cDNA	Hamo et al (1993) JBC 268:12609-12616
		Hagen et al (1993) JBC 268:18960-18965
		gb:l17437/07780

N-acetylglucosaminyltransferases=09
--------------------------------
beta1,2 (GnT I)			=09
human cDNA	Kumar et al (1990) PNAS 87:9948-9952
		gb:m55621	sw:ggnt_human
human gene	Hull et al (1991) BBRC 176:608-615
mouse gene      Pownall et al (1992) Genomics 12:699-704			                 =
=20
      sw:ggnt_mouse
rabbit cDNA	Sarkar et al (1991) PNAS 88:234-238
		gb:m57301	sw:ggnt_rabit

beta1,2 (GnT II)
		Schachter

beta1,4 (GnT III)			=09
human cDNA	Ihara et al (1993) J. Biochem.113:692-698
		gb:d13789
rat cDNA	Nishikawa et al (1992) JBC 267:18199-18204
		gb:d10852

beta1,4 (GlcNAc terminating substrate)
Lymnaea         Bakker et al (1994) JBC 269:30326-30333
                gb: x80228

beta1,6 (GnT V)			=09
rat cDNA	Shoreibah et al (1993) JBC 268:15381-15385
		gb:l14284
                Saito et al (1994) BBRC 198:318-327
                gb:d17716

beta1,6 (I-antigen)
                Bierhuizer et al (1993) Genes Dev. 7:468-478
                gb:z19550       sw:bgib_human        =20

beta1,6 (O-linked)		=09
human cDNA	Bierhuizer (1992) PNAS 89:9326-9330
		gb:m97347  =20

N-acetylglucosaminyl-1-phosphate transferases
---------------------------------------------=09
hamster		Zhu & Lehrman (1990) JBC 265:14250-14255
		gb:j05590	sw:gpt_crilo
		Scocca & Krag (1990) JBC 265:20621-20626
		gb:m36899	sw:uagt_crigr
Leishmania	Liu & Chang (1992) Mol. Cell. Biol. 12: 4112-4122
		gb:m96635
murine		Rajput et al (1992) Biochem. J. 285:985-992
		gb:x65603
yeast		Hartog & Bishop (1987) Nucl. Acids Res. 15:3627
				sw:gpt_yeast

Fucosyltransferases=09
-------------------
alpha1,2					=09
human cDNA	Larsen et al (1990) PNAS 89:9326-9330
		gb:m35531	sw:g2lf_human

alpha1,3/4 (FucT III)		=09
human cDNA	Kukowska-Latallo (1990) Genes Dev. 4:1288-1303
		gb:x53578	sw:gft_human

alpha1,3 (FucT IV)		=09
human cDNA	Goelz et al (1990) Cell 63:1349-1356
		gb:m65030/58596	sw:elft_human
human gene	Kumar et al (1991) JBC 266:21777-21783
		Lowe et al (1991) JBC 266:17467-17477

orangutan       Koszdin (1992) BBRC 187:152-157

alpha1,3 (FucT V)			=09
human gene	Weston et al (1992) JBC 267:4152-4160
		gb:m81485

alpha1,3 (FucT VI)		=09
human gene	Weston et al (1992) JBC 267:24575-24584
		gb:l01698

Galactosyltransferases=09
----------------------
alpha1,3 					=09
bovine cDNA	Joziasse et al (1989) JBC 264:14290-14297
		gb:j04989	sw:gatr_bovin
						=09
murine cDNA	Larsen et al (1989) PNAS 86:8227-8231
		gb:m26925	sw:gatr_mouse
						=09
murine gene	Joziasse et al (1992) JBC 267:5534-5541
human psedogene Joziasse et al (1991) JBC 266:6991-6996
		Larsen et al (1990) JBC 265:7055-7061

alpha1,3 (blood group A)	=09
human cDNA	Yamamoto et al (1990) JBC 265:1146-1151
                                sw:bgat_human

beta1,4					=09
bovine cDNA	D'Agostaro et al (1989) EJB 183:211-217
		gb:x14558	sw:nals_bovin
chicken (partial)Hathaway et al (1991) Glycobiology 1:211-221
		gb:x14085/l12565
human cDNA	Masri et al (1988) BBRC 157:657-663
		Watzele & Berger (1990) Nucl. Acids Res. 18:7174
		gb:m22921/70427	sw:nals_human
human gene	Mengle-Gaw et al (1991) BBRC 176:1269-1276
murine cDNA	Nakazawa et al (1988) J. Biochem. 104:165-168=20
		Shaper et al (1988) JBC 263:10420-10428
                gb:j03880       sw:nals_mouse
murine gene	Hollis et al (1989) BBRC 162:1069-1075
                gb:m27917-27923
rat (partial)   Bendiak et al (1993) EJB 216:405-417
                                sw:nals_rat

LPG1 gene (possible galactofuranosyltransferase)
Leishmania      Ryan et al (1993) PNAS 90:8609-8613
                gb:l11348

Glucosyltransferases
--------------------
alg8
yeast gene      Stagljov et al (1994) PNAS 91:5977
                gb:x75929

alg5 (Dol-P-Glc synthetase)
yeast gene      te Heesen et al (1994) EJB 224:71-79
                gb:x77573               =20

Mannosyltransferases=09
--------------------
alpha1,2					=09
yeast gene	Haeusler & Robbins (1992) Glycobiology 2:77-84
		gb:m81110	sw:mnt1_yeast

alpha1,3 (Alg2)=09
yeast gene	Jackson et al (1992) Glycobiology 3:357-364

beta1,4 (Alg1)			=09
yeast gene	Albright et al (1989) JBC 263:7042
		gb:j05416	sw:alg1_yeast

Och1					=09
yeast gene	Nakayama et al (1992) EMBO J. 11:2511-2519=20
		gb:s40019	sw:och1_yeast

Dpm1 (Dol-P-Man synthetase)
yeast gene      Orlean et al (1988) JBC 263:17499-17507
                gb: j04184      sw:dpm1_yeast

Pmt1 (O-linked mannosylation)
yeast gene      Strahl-Bahlsinger et al=20
                gb:l19169       sw:dpmt_yeast

Oligosaccharyltransferase subunits=09
----------------------------------
Ribophorin I			=09
human cDNA      Crimaudo et al (1987) EMBO J. 6:75-82
                                sw:rib1_human
Swp1					=09
yeast		te Hessen et al (1993) EMBO J. 12:279-284

Wbp1	           				=09
yeast	        te Heesen et al (1991) Eur J Cell Biol 56:8-18 			=09

48K subunit
canine          Silverstein et al (1992) JBC 267:23658-23663

Sialyltransferases=09
------------------
alpha2,3 (N-linked)	=09
rat cDNA	Wen et al (1992) JBC 267:21011-21019
		gb:m97754
human           Kitagawa (1993) BBRC 194:375-382

alpha2,3 (O-linked)=09
porcine cDNA	Gillespie et al (1992) JBC 267:21004-21010
		gb:m97753
mouse cDNA	Lee  et al  (1993) EJB 216:377-385
		gb:x73523

alpha2,3 (ST-4, sialyl LeX)
                Sasaki et al (1993) JBC 268:22782-22787
                gb:x74570

alpha2,3 (STZ, glycolipid)
                Kitagawa (1994) JBC 269:1394-1401
                gb:l23767

alpha2,3 (ST3GalA.2, glycolipid)
                Lee et al (1994) JBC 269:10028-10033
                gb:x76998/76999

alpha2,6				=09
human 		Bast et al (1992) J. Cell Biol.  116:423-435
                Grundmann et al (1990) NAR 18:6670
		gb:x62822	sw:cags_human
rat cDNA	Weinstein et al (1987) JBC 262:17735-17743
		gb:m54999	sw:cags_rat
rat gene	Svensson et al (1990) JBC 265:20863-20868

alpha2,6 (O-linked, EC 2.4.99.3)
                Kurosawa et al (1994) JBC 269:1402-1409
                gb:x74946

alpha2,8
rat             JBC 268:11504-11507

STX1
                Livingston (1993) JBC 268:11504-11507
                gb:l13445

------------end of FAQ




More information about the Glycosci mailing list