Semaphorin interactions (Homo sapiens)

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Description

Semaphorins are a large family of cell surface and secreted guidance molecules divided into eight classes on the basis of their structures. They all have an N-terminal conserved sema domain. Semaphorins signal through multimeric receptor complexes that include other proteins such as plexins and neuropilins.

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External references

DataNodes

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
ADP Metabolite16761 (ChEBI)
ATP Metabolite15422 (ChEBI)
Activated ROCK:

RhoA/B/C:GTP

ComplexREACT_19928 (Reactome)
Active LIMK1 ComplexREACT_19790 (Reactome)
CD72 ProteinP21854 (UniProt)
CRMP's tetramers ComplexREACT_19835 (Reactome)
Cdk5:p35 ComplexREACT_19863 (Reactome)
Cofilin-1 ProteinP23528 (UniProt)
FARP2 ProteinO94887 (UniProt)
FARP2:PIP5KIgamma ComplexREACT_19748 (Reactome)
FES ProteinP07332 (UniProt)
GDP Metabolite17552 (ChEBI)
GRLF1/p190-A

variant 1

ProteinQ9NRY4 (UniProt)
GSK3B_1 ProteinP49841-1 (UniProt)
GTP Metabolite15996 (ChEBI)
HSP-90 ProteinREACT_19960 (Reactome)
Integrin alpha1beta1 ComplexREACT_14015 (Reactome)
LARG and PDZ-

RhoGEF

ProteinREACT_20012 (Reactome)
LIM Kinases ProteinREACT_20207 (Reactome)
LIM Kinases,

phosphorylated

ProteinREACT_19576 (Reactome)
LIM domain kinase 1

(LIMK-1)

ProteinP53667 (UniProt)
Leukocyte common

antigen precursor

ProteinP08575 (UniProt)
Neuropilin-1 ProteinO14786-1 (UniProt)
Nrp-1 complexed

with PlexinA:FARP2: Fyn

ComplexREACT_20390 (Reactome)
Nrp-1 complexed

with PlexinA:Fyn

ComplexREACT_20319 (Reactome)
Orthophosphate Metabolite18367 (ChEBI)
PAK ProteinREACT_19640 (Reactome)
PAK homodimer ComplexREACT_19479 (Reactome)
PIP5K1gamma:

Talin-1

ComplexREACT_19891 (Reactome)
Phospho-activated

smooth muscle/non- muscle myosin 2

ComplexREACT_19704 (Reactome) Nonmuscle myosin II (NMM2) is an actin-based motor protein that plays a crucial role in a variety of cellular processes, including cell migration, polarity formation, and cytokinesis. NMM2 consists of two myosin heavy chains encoded by MYH9, MYH10 or MYH14 (NMHC-IIA, B and C), two copies of MYL6 essential light chain protein, and two regulatory light chains (MRLCs), MYL9 and MYLC2B. Myosin II activity is stimulated by phosphorylation of MRLC. Diphosphorylation at Thr-19 and Ser-20 increases both actin-activated Mg2+ ATPase activity and the stability of myosin II filaments; monophosphorylation at Ser-20 is less effective. Kinases responsible for the phosphorylation include myosin light chain kinase (MLCK), ROCK kinase, citron kinase, myotonic dystrophy kinase-related CDC42-binding protein kinase, and Zipper-interacting protein (ZIP) kinase. ROCK activity has been shown to regulate MRLC phosphorylation by directly mono- (Amano et al., 1996) or di- (Ueda et al., 2002) phosphorylating MRLC.
Plexin D1 precursor ProteinQ9Y4D7 (UniProt)
Plexin-A (2 and 4) ProteinREACT_20091 (Reactome)
Plexin-A1-Trem2-

DAP12

ComplexREACT_20126 (Reactome)
Plexin-A1:Sema6D:

Trem2:DAP12

ComplexREACT_19554 (Reactome)
Plexin-A:Fyn ComplexREACT_19507 (Reactome)
Plexin-B1:ErbB2 ComplexREACT_19954 (Reactome)
Plexin-B1:Met ComplexREACT_19866 (Reactome)
Plexin-B3 ProteinQ9ULL4 (UniProt)
Plexin-C1 ProteinO60486 (UniProt)
R-Ras-GDP ComplexREACT_20329 (Reactome)
R-Ras-GTP ComplexREACT_20411 (Reactome)
RAC1-GDP ComplexREACT_22018 (Reactome)
RAC1-GTP ComplexREACT_21594 (Reactome)
ROCK ProteinREACT_20281 (Reactome) ROCK I (alternatively called ROK ?) and ROCK II (also known as Rho kinase or ROK ?) were originally isolated as RhoA-GTP interacting proteins. The kinase domains of ROCK I and ROCK II are 92% identical, and so far there is no evidence that they phosphorylate different substrates. RhoA, RhoB, and RhoC associate with and activate ROCK but other GTP-binding proteins can be inhibitors, e.g. RhoE, Rad and Gem. PDK1 kinase promotes ROCK I activity not through phosphorylation but by blocking RhoE association. PLK1 can phosphorylate ROCK II and this enhances the effect of RhoA. Arachidonic acid can activate ROCK independently of Rho.
RhoA (Mg cofactor):

GDP

ComplexREACT_13852 (Reactome)
RhoA (Mg cofactor):

GTP

ComplexREACT_14306 (Reactome)
RhoA,B,C:GDP ComplexREACT_20118 (Reactome)
RhoA/B/C:GTP ComplexREACT_19589 (Reactome)
Rnd1-GTP ComplexREACT_20300 (Reactome)
SEMA4D dimer ComplexREACT_19817 (Reactome)
SEMA4D:CD45

complex

ComplexREACT_19862 (Reactome)
SEMA4D:CD72

complex

ComplexREACT_20194 (Reactome)
SEMA4D:pPlexin-B1:

ErbB2 complex

ComplexREACT_20256 (Reactome)
SEMA5A ProteinQ13591 (UniProt)
SEMA7A ProteinO75326 (UniProt)
Sema3A dimer ComplexREACT_19939 (Reactome)
Sema3A:NP-1:

Plexin-A:Fes:CRMP

ComplexREACT_20015 (Reactome)
Sema3A:NRP-1:

pPlexin-A:Fyn:Fes

ComplexREACT_19958 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

Plexin A:Fyn

ComplexREACT_19816 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

PlexinA:Fyn

ComplexREACT_20413 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

PlexinA:Fyn:Cdk5: pCRMP's

ComplexREACT_19706 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

PlexinA:Fyn:Cdk5: pCRMP's

ComplexREACT_20425 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

PlexinA:Fyn:pCdk5

ComplexREACT_20429 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

PlexinA:Rac1-GTP: PAK

ComplexREACT_20083 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

PlexinA:Rac1-GTP: pPAK

ComplexREACT_19495 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

pPlexinA:Fyn:Fes: Rac-1-GTP

ComplexREACT_20187 (Reactome)
Sema3A:Nrp-1:

pPlexinA:Fyn:Fes: Rac-1-GTP:Rnd1

ComplexREACT_19802 (Reactome)
Sema3E bound to

Plexin D1 receptor

ComplexREACT_20367 (Reactome)
Sema4A:Plexin-D1 ComplexREACT_19803 (Reactome)
Sema4D:Plexin-B1:

Rac-Rnd1: LARG/PDZ-RhoGEF

ComplexREACT_20349 (Reactome)
Sema4D:Plexin-B1:

p190RhoGAP:Rac: Rnd1

ComplexREACT_19579 (Reactome)
Sema4D:pPlexin-B1:

ErbB2:Rac1:Rnd1

ComplexREACT_19890 (Reactome)
Sema4D:pPlexin-B1:

Met

ComplexREACT_19905 (Reactome)
Sema4D:pPlexin-B1:

Met:RAC1-GTP

ComplexREACT_20028 (Reactome)
Sema4D:pPlexin-B1:

Met:Rnd1

ComplexREACT_19721 (Reactome)
Sema5A:Plexin-B3 ComplexREACT_19434 (Reactome)
Sema6A:Plexin-A

(2and 4)

ComplexREACT_19923 (Reactome)
Sema7A:Integrin

alpha1beta1

ComplexREACT_20443 (Reactome)
Sema7A:Plexin-C1 ComplexREACT_20419 (Reactome)
Semaphorin 3E

precursor

ProteinO15041 (UniProt)
Semaphorin 4A

precursor

ProteinQ9H3S1 (UniProt)
Semaphorin 4D ProteinQ92854 (UniProt)
Semaphorin-6A ProteinQ9H2E6 (UniProt)
Semaphorin-6D ProteinQ8NFY4 (UniProt)
Smooth muscle/non-

muscle myosin II

ComplexREACT_19969 (Reactome) Class 2 myosins are a set of protein complexes that bind actin and hydrolyse ATP, acting as molecular motors. They consist of two myosin heavy chains , two essential light chains and two regulatory light chains (MRLCs). Smooth muscle and non-muscle myosin isoforms are a subset of Class 2 myosin complexes. The nomenclature for isoforms is misleading, as non-muscle isoforms can be found in smooth muscle. The 4 smooth muscle isoforms all have heavy chains encoded by MYH11. The non-muscle isoforms have heavy chains encoded by MYH9, MYH10 or MYH14 (NMHC-IIA, B and C). The essential light chain (LC17) common to smooth and non-muscle isoforms is encoded by MYL6. The regulatory light chain (LC20) is encoded by either MYL9, giving a slightly more basic protein that is referred to as the smooth muscle LC20 isoform, and MRLC2, giving a more acidic isoform referred to as the non-muscle LC20 isoform. Class 2 myosins play a crucial role in a variety of cellular processes, including cell migration, polarity formation, and cytokinesis.
Talin-1 ProteinQ9Y490 (UniProt)
pCofilin: Active

LIMK-1

ComplexREACT_20103 (Reactome)
pLIMK dimer:HSP-90 ComplexREACT_19543 (Reactome)
pLIMK-1 (T508) ProteinP53667 (UniProt)

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