PKB/AKT: functional insights from genetic models View Full Text


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2001-10

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Michael P. Scheid, James R. Woodgett

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Key Points Since its discovery 10 years ago, studies have shown that PKB, also known as AKT, is an important enzyme in mediating the pro-survival signals of PI3K. Activation of PKB/AKT is complex and tightly controlled by the activities of upstream protein kinases such as PDK1, which targets the T-loop in the protein. A hypothesized kinase, called PDK2, has also been implicated in PKB/AKT activation. Candidates for this kinase include MAPK-activated protein kinase 2 (MAPKAP-K2), Rsk (MAPKAP-K1) and integrin-linked kinase (ILK). Identifying PKB/AKT substrates has been fundamental to understanding how the kinase impacts on insulin signalling, cell growth and apoptosis. PKB/AKT has been found to interact with factors, including the Forkhead family of transcription factors and GSK3, which indicates PKB/AKT might have several inputs into the control of the cell cycle. PKB/AKT activation cooperates with other genes in promoting cancer and inflammation. PTEN is a tumour suppressor that acts to inactivate PKB/AKT, as well as other PI3K-activated targets. Small molecule drugs that inhibit PKB/AKT may have therapeutic potential in cancer treatment. A relative of PKB/AKT, termed SGK/CISK, might cooperate with PKB in overlapping or distinct physiological functions. The difficulty will be to resolve the true functions of PKB/AKT and those of SGK/CISK, as it could be that SGK/CISK is responsible for some of the functions originally attributed to PKB/AKT. More... »

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760-768

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