Profiling of proteins phosphorylated or dephosphorylated during hyperactivation via activation on hamster spermatozoa View Full Text


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2006-06

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Masakatsu Fujinoki, Tatsuya Suzuki, Takeshi Takayama, Hiroaki Shibahara, Hideki Ohtake

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It has been widely accepted that sperm hyperactivation is regulated by protein phosphorylations. But, the sperm hyperactivation phosphorylation pathway is not well understood yet because several different proteins have been detected in other studies. In order to understand the phosphorylation pathway that regulates hyperactivation, we established how to extract sperm protein completely and detected proteins that were phosphorylated during hyperactivation. Protein phosphorylation of hamster spermatozoa was detected by western blotting using antiphospho-amino acid monoclonal antibodies or the SELDI ProteinChip system with IMAC-Ga(III). We detected 75 protein/peptide phosphoryations using the method established in the present study. Tyrosine phosphorylations occurred during hyperactivation. Serine or threonine phosphorylations occurred for 30 min. Furthermore, four of the serine or threonine phosphorations were phosphorylated by A-kinase. As for peptides, 15 peptides were dephosphorylated for 30 min. Other peptides were phosphorylated during hyperactivation. Because most of the proteins detected in the present study have been described previously, we could detect comprehensive protein phosphorylations. Moreover, we also detected many novel phosphopeptides. Although we did not understand the role of peptide, it was likely that motility was basically regulated by serine/threonine phosphorylations and hyperactivation was mainly regulated by tyrosine phosphorylations. (Reprod Med Biol 2006; 5: 123–135) More... »

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