Perilipin 5 S155 phosphorylation by PKA is required for the control of hepatic lipid metabolism and glycemic control.
Stacey N Keenan, William De Nardo, Jieqiong Lou, Ralf B Schittenhelm, Magdalene K Montgomery, James G Granneman, Elizabeth Hinde, Matthew J Watt
The Journal of Lipid Research | Published : 2021
Perilipin 5 (PLIN5) is a lipid-droplet-associated protein that coordinates intracellular lipolysis in highly oxidative tissues and is thought to regulate lipid metabolism in response to phosphorylation by protein kinase A (PKA). We sought to identify PKA phosphorylation sites in PLIN5 and assess their functional relevance in cultured cells and the livers of mice. We detected phosphorylation on S155 and identified S155 as a functionally important site for lipid metabolism. Expression of phosphorylation-defective PLIN5 S155A in Plin5 null cells resulted in decreased rates of lipolysis and triglyceride-derived fatty acid oxidation. FLIM-FRET analysis of protein-protein interactions showed that ..View full abstract
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